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This boom mic has a super-cardioid polar pattern and line gradient acoustic principle that help minimize off-axis noise and focus on the sound you want.
The kit is an all-in-one solution for event videos, film work, broadcasting, Electronic News Gathering (ENG), and field production applications. It can be used either on-camera, or as part of a seconda...
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Equipment Replacement Value: $599
The kit is an all-in-one solution for event videos, film work, broadcasting, Electronic News Gathering (ENG), and field production applications. It can be used either on-camera, or as part of a secondary recording system.
- Broadcast sound quality
- Low noise circuitry
- Condenser transducer
- Rugged metal construction
- Two step High Pass Filter (Flat/80Hz)
- P48 phantom power or AA battery option
- Low handling noise
- Low weight - 161g (5.17 oz.)
- Includes mic clip, wind shield and zip case
Ideal for professional applications within the film, video, television and production industries
The RØDE NTG2 is a lightweight condenser shotgun microphone, designed for professional applications within the film, video, television, and production industries.
Its full frequency response, low noise and audio transparency make it an ideal film, video, and voice over microphone, while its low weight (161gm/5.7oz without battery) makes it an ideal boom microphone.
In addition to the native 20Hz-20kHz frequency response, a selectable high-pass filter at 80Hz is available, which will prevent low-end noise such as air conditioners and traffic from being recorded.
The NTG2 operates either from a AA (1.5V) battery or P48 phantom power which can be supplied by professional cameras, audio recorders, and power supplies. The battery power option makes the NTG2 ideal for scenarios where the camera does not supply phantom power such as DSLR video.