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RODE NTG4+ Shotgun Microphone

RODE NTG4+ Shotgun Microphone
Key Features
  • For Indie Films, TV & Documentaries
  • Convenient Digital Switching
  • Internal Battery or Phantom Powered
  • Switchable Treble Boost and -10 dB Pad
Customize your tone and capture quality sound indoors or outside for your next indie film, TV shoot, or documentary project with the Rode NTG4+ battery- or phantom-powered shotgun microphone. Specialized features such as low-noise circuitry, digitally switchable pad and frequency settings, and minimal handling noise reduce the need to repair and restore audio in post production.

The elevated sensitivity of the NTG4+ allows it to produce strong output levels without having to apply extreme gain at your mic preamp. Sonically, the NTG4+ delivers warm sound due in part to its gentle dip in high frequencies and its rumble-reducing selectable low-cut filter. A switchable treble boost is on hand for situations where additional clarity is needed.
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I am looking to use this with a Saramonic ...

I am looking to use this with a Saramonic SmartRig with a TRRS to TRS adapter to avoid buying the Sony XLR-K2M. Will it work?
Asked by: Anthony
The RODE NTG4+ Shotgun Microphone is compatible for use with the Saramonic SmartRig+ 2-Channel XLR Microphone Audio Mixer with the 3.5mm TRRS connector. It may also be compatible for connection to the 3.5mm TRS mic input on your DSLR or mirrorless camera. If you are only going to use the NTG4+ mic with your camera, you can connect the mic directly to the camera's 3.5mm mic input. Power the mic with its internal battery and use a cable with XLR female and 3.5mm TRS male connectors like the Kopul XRSM 3-Pin XLR Female to 3.5mm RA Stereo Mini-Plug Cable - 1.5' (B&H # KOXRSM015B), which is a good length for mounting on the camera, or use a longer length if you want to use the mic off-camera, on a boompole or stand.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2023-07-23


Will this microphone work via AA battery and +48 if the internal battery has already died?
Asked by: kawame d.
From the Quickstart Guide: When phantom power is applied the internal battery will not be used, or charged.
Answered by: Steve P.
Date published: 2018-08-26

Issue invoices to Mexico?

Issue invoices to Mexico?
Asked by: Emmanuel
Yes this is available for shipping to Mexico.
Answered by: David
Date published: 2020-01-14


Would this mic work with my Sony adapter for my A7s? It has an xlr in??
Asked by: Anonymous
The NTG4+ will work with an XLR adapter that is able to provide 48 volts phantom power to the mic.
Answered by: Jeff P.
Date published: 2018-08-26

would this mic work with SKP 100 G4 Plug-on ...

would this mic work with SKP 100 G4 Plug-on transmitter for dynamic microphones.
Asked by: peermohd
Yes, you can use the Sennheiser SKP 100 G4 transmitter with a Rode NTG4+ shotgun mic as long as you are using battery power for the mic. The SKP 100 does not supply phantom power.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2019-08-18


Hi, 3 questions:-Can the built-in battery be replaced?-How long is its estimated life?-What's the best way to store (ESPECIALLY considering the internal battery) when not using it for long periods of time?Thank you very much!
Asked by: ALICIA
Rode's website advertises 150 hours of runtime from a 2 hour charge. I've never actually tested this but I have left the mic on for days at a time and it's just keeping running.
Answered by: Micah H.
Date published: 2018-08-26


Considering this microphone has an internal battery, it doesn't seem like it would need +48v phantom power. Therefore, would it work with the Sony XLR-K2M XLR Adapter Kit?
Asked by: Curren
The NTG4 is able to be powered via internal battery or externally via phantom power from the source. This mic can be used with the Sony XLR-K2M in either manner.
Answered by: Jeff P.
Date published: 2019-01-05


Is this a better mic for capturing dialogue than the MKE600 ?
Asked by: Anonymous
The NTG4+ and MKE 600 are comparable in terms of performance and audio quality. You should get similar results using either mic, so it's really a matter of personal preference.
Answered by: Andrea O.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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