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The SGM-990+i Shotgun Microphone for Mobile Device Recording from Azden is used to capture audio in critical applications such as meetings, weddings, TV sound and more. It is also compatible with smartphones and tablets with a TRRS headset jack. It is used on video camcorders, DSLR cameras, or field recorders to capture audio. It features a supercardioid pickup pattern and has a 2-position switch that allows you to widen or narrow the pickup field. It features a frequency response of 150 Hz to 18 kHz. This electret condenser microphone is built with a coiled cable and has a 1/8" mini-jack connector making it compatible with several mobile devices. It has a pickup range of 35' and uses one alkaline AAA battery for power. A windscreen, shoe mount, 2" interface cable, and hook-and-loop mounting tape are included.
Supplied interface cable allows you to record audio to your iPhone 3/4/5/6, iPad (3rd generation and newer), Samsung Galaxy S 3/4/5, Galaxy Tab 3 and most Android devices.
Supercardioid pickup pattern focuses straight ahead, picks up your subject more clearly, and reduces side noise
2-position switch allows you to change the pickup pattern from narrow to wide or supercardioid to omnidirectional
Included shock mount isolates the microphone from vibrations in your camera or boompole
3.5mm audio connection plugs into your DSLR or camcorder's audio input jack to record live audio directly into your camera
In the Box
Azden SGM-990+i Shotgun Microphone for Mobile Device Recording
2" Adapter Cable, 1/8" Female TRS to 1/8" Male TRRS