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Senal MC24-ES Short Shotgun Microphone

BH #SEMC24ES • MFR #MC24-ES
Senal MC24-ES Short Shotgun Microphone
Key Features
  • For Film, Broadcast & Video Production
  • 7.1" Long, Compact, and Lightweight
  • Operates on 48V Phantom Power
  • Selectable 180 Hz High-Pass Filter
The Senal MC24-ES is a phantom-powered short shotgun microphone that delivers broadcast-quality sound in the studio or on location. It maximizes the rejection of sound coming from the sides and rear of the mic and can be used as a directional microphone to capture full, rich, natural-sounding audio for speech and dialog.
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What is the main difference to the long shotgun ...

What is the main difference to the long shotgun microphone? Which one is better suitable as an on-camera microphone?
Asked by: Miguel
The main difference is the option to power the long shotgun mic using a single AA battery or phantom power. The short shotgun mic operates on phantom power only. The mic element, frequency response range, high-pass filter, and specs for sensitivity level, maximum SPL, signal to noise ratio are the same for both mics when using phantom power. For selecting the better on-camera mic, it really depends on the camera that you will be using and whether or not the camera supplies phantom power or if you will be using a separate phantom power supply. If you are using a DSLR, mirrorless camera or handycam with a single 3.5mm mic input, the long shotgun will allow you to connect the mic directly to the camera using an XLR to 3.5mm cable and power the mic with a AA batttery.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2021-07-07

Is the mic diameter too narrow to fit inside a ...

Is the mic diameter too narrow to fit inside a camera mounted clip? Do I need O-rings for a more snug fit?
Asked by: Ronald
The Senal MC24-ES does fit in camera mounts such as the Auray DUSM-1 Universal Shockmount for Camera Shoes and Boompoles (B&H # AUDUSM1) which attaches to a camera's shoe mount as has a threaded hole on the bottom which can be used to mount it on a boompole. O-rings would not be need for this type of mount.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2020-10-16

Is this good for a boom pole?

Is this good for a boom pole?
Asked by: Joshua
Yes, it is. It is recommended to use a shock mount to reduce handling noise.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2019-05-26
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