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RODE VideoMic Pro Camera-Mount Shotgun Microphone

RODE VideoMic Pro Camera-Mount Shotgun Microphone
Key Features
  • Mobile Journalist, Vlogger, Run & Gun
  • For Cameras and Portable Recorders
  • 70-Hr Run Time via 9V Battery
  • Gain and Bass Roll-Off
Offering lower noise, higher sensitivity, and more adjustable settings than the VideoMic, the Rode VideoMic Pro camera-mount shotgun microphone is ideal for mobile journalists, vloggers, budget filmmakers, and run-and-gun shooters looking for a cost-effective way to step up to the next level in quality.
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Does this work with Panasonic GH4 and G7?
Asked by: Brian
I can vouch for the GH4, worked just fine with mine.
Answered by: David W.
Date published: 2018-08-26


is this the new model? the (plus)? because when I search for it this comes up.
Asked by: FAISAL
This is actually the predecessor. The plus model can be found here:
Answered by: Andrea O.
Date published: 2018-08-26

How to connect to camera when mounting VideoMic ...

How to connect to camera when mounting VideoMic Pro on a boom arm? Can I use a 10' 3.5mm TRS extension cable? Or can I plug into the a Rode Wireless Go and connect to the camera wirelessly?
Asked by: Marc
I used a 25' 3.5mm cable and it works perfect. Not sure there is a wireless solution
Answered by: Kent
Date published: 2022-02-23

I heard reports of people listening to clicks on ...

I heard reports of people listening to clicks on recordings with Videomic Pro when shooting with smartphones. Why does this happen and how do I correct it?
Asked by: Marcelo
Hello Marcelo, unfortunately, there are many reasons why this could be happening. Most of them don't have to do with any microphone manufacturer. The best solution would be to contact Rode directly to speak with someone over the phone to work out details.
Answered by: Ryan w/ RØDE
Date published: 2019-02-21

Will this fit a Sony FDR-AX100?

Will this fit a Sony FDR-AX100?
Asked by: Brett
Interesting, because I have this mic and an FDR-AX100 and it does not work...
Answered by: Brett
Date published: 2021-06-06

dose this work well for a Podcast?

dose this work well for a Podcast?
Asked by: April
Yes you will need a mic stand or boom table arm also depending on what device you like a mixer of interface you will need a n xltr converter
Answered by: Raul M
Date published: 2021-10-01

Does it produce hiss on a sony a7iii?

Does it produce hiss on a sony a7iii?
Asked by: Yotam
No work perfect on all sony no noise
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-12-20


Would this work for recording dialogue between two people in a quiet room from about 10 ft away? And is this compatible with Nikon3200?
Asked by: Anonymous
Though the mic isn't designed for this type of scenario, it is capable of picking up the audio at that distance in this scenario. If you plan on playing this back raw you will have issues with being able to hear, but you can bring the video into an editing solution and bump the audio up to a halfway decent level. The audio will still be a bit quiet though.
Answered by: James C.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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