The SGM-PDII Professional Shotgun Microphone from Azden is designed to improve the audio quality on video cameras. The SGM-PDII fits into standard 21mm clamp mount fixtures, however size adjustment rings are included for a snug fit in any clamp mount. The microphone is an ideal choice for use with Ikegami, Sony and Canon cameras, and features a 12.99-inch cable and velour windscreen.
The Azden SWS-100 High Performance Softie Windscreen is intended for use with the Azden SGM-PDII, SMX-10, and ECZ-990 microphones. The softie delivers optimum wind suppression and is ideal for use outdoors.
The Azden Dual Wireless Bodypack Kit features the WR32-Pro Dual-Channel Receiver as well as two 2-channel WM-Pro Wireless VHF Bodypack Transmitters with EX-503 Omnidirectional Lavalier Microphones and tie clips. The lavalier microphones and bodypacks can be worn by two different subjects and transmit on the 169.445 and 170.245 MHz channels simultaneously. The dual-channel receiver can then be shoe mounted on top of a camera or camcorder to receive the two channels of audio.
The SGM-250 from Azden is a supercardioid, dual-power, broadcast-quality shotgun microphone that can be used in various environments to capture audio to camcorders, DSLRs, recorders, and more.
The SGM-250 features a 20 Hz to 20 kHz frequency response and a two-step low cut filter. The mic is built with a rugged all-metal barrel and has tightly spaced vertical slots along the tip to provide side and rear rejection. In addition to the dual-power design, a status LED indicator is provided to monitor the AA battery (1.5V) or phantom (48V) power source.
The mic includes a gold-plated XLR output, and comes with a shock-mount holder, a foam windshield, and a zippered carrying case.
The black Rode NTG3 Shotgun Microphone is a professional shotgun microphone that delivers a few unique qualities in order to meet the demands of today’s broadcast audio engineers and boom operators. The microphone features radio-frequency (RF) interference properties that avoid annoying noise and interference caused by nearby RF sources such as radio antennas, WiFi networks, internet devices, power lines, etc. The microphone is also built to withstand the rigors of adverse weather conditions.