Australian audio gear maker Rode has dominated the microphone market for decades, cultivating a massive following of loyal users with the release of appealing products such as their line of video microphones. In the middle of this year, the company announced the successor to the original VideoMic
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Popular audio gear manufacturer Rode Microphones, have just announces the official release of their new VideoMic Pro+ on-camera shotgun microphone designed for compact cameras such as DSLRs and the latest crop of 4K mirrorless cameras such as the lovely Panasonic GH5, for example. The new Rode VideoMic
At the Rodeshow 2017 special event held in Las Vegas the Freedman Electronics Group, the parent company of pro audio brands RØDE Microphones, Event Electronics, Aphex, and SoundField, introduced a bunch of exciting new products for its 50th anniversary including the Rode VideoMic Pro+ and VideoMic Soundfield.
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For almost five years now the Rode VideoMic Pro has been one of the most popular and affordable on-camera shotgun microphones on the market. It has been a favoured choice for the majority of DSLR video shooters, seasoned professionals and enthusiasts alike. Today RØDE has announced an updated version