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RODE NTG5 Shotgun Microphone Kit with K-Tek Boompole

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RODE NTG5 Shotgun Microphone Kit with K-Tek Boompole
Key Features
  • For Indie Films, TV & Documentaries
  • Lightweight NTG5 Short Shotgun Mic
  • K-Tek Boompole with Internal Cable
  • Shockmount and Furry Windshield
This Rode NTG5 Shotgun Microphone Kit with K-Tek Boompole from B&H allows you to boom the mic with a lightweight K-Tek KE-89CC aluminum boompole, great for capturing high-quality audio when shooting videos, films, or documentaries.
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RODE NTG5 Overview

This Rode NTG5 Shotgun Microphone Kit with K-Tek Boompole from B&H allows you to boom the mic with a lightweight K-Tek KE-89CC aluminum boompole, great for capturing high-quality audio when shooting videos, films, or documentaries.

The kit includes a lightweight NTG5 shotgun mic with custom-designed shockmount and furry windshield for vibration and wind protection. The boompole expands from 2' 5" to 7' 6" and features an internal XLR cable.

RODE NTG5 Moisture-Resistant Short Shotgun Microphone

Shorter and lighter than the NTG3 and with a flatter bass response, the Rode NTG5 moisture-resistant shotgun microphone lets you capture natural, uncolored sound indoors or outside for your next indie film, TV shoot, or documentary project without weighing down your rig.

Professional-level features such as ultralow-noise circuitry, a smooth off-axis response, and a tightly controlled low end make it ideal for a range of location recording scenarios. Plus, it includes a furry windshield and a pistol grip shockmount that can be attached to a boompole for increased versatility.

The NTG5's extremely high sensitivity allows it to produce robust output levels without having to apply extreme gain at your mic preamp. Sonically, the NTG5 delivers acoustic transparency due to its pioneering circular acoustic ports, gentle rise in high frequencies, and rumble-reducing attenuation of low bass frequencies. Its switch- and dial-free design lets you set up quickly and focus on the sound instead of fiddling with various mic settings. RF-bias technology and conformal coating ensure reliable performance even in severe conditions.

Designed to Withstand Adverse Environmental Conditions
When your work takes you outdoors, you're bound to encounter humidity and condensation, which can cause many mics to fail. The NTG5's RF-bias technology and conformal coating provide excellent resistance to moisture, cold, and dust, allowing you to reliably capture high-quality audio in normal and adverse environmental conditions.
Broadcast-Quality Sound
The NTG5 was engineered for transparency and all-weather performance. The combination of the NTG5's 8" long body, revolutionary circular acoustic ports, and supercardioid polar pattern yields focused on-axis directionality, smooth off-axis response, and a transparent tone with a tightly controlled low end. Its ultralow self-noise of 10 dBA and highly sensitive condenser element communicate detailed audio unburdened by the hiss that plagues many low-cost microphones.
Phantom Powered
Thanks to its 3-pin XLR output and compliance with 48 VDC phantom power, the NTG5 is compatible with a variety of handheld audio recorders, field recorders, and mixer adapters as well as built-in preamps on many camcorders and cinema cameras. The included short XLR cable—designed for use with the supplied pistol grip—features Neutrik and Switchcraft connectors and an integrated strain-relief junction box.
Ideal for Handheld Operation or Boompole Mounting
The NTG5 includes the PG2-R pistol grip shockmount, which impedes the transfer of vibrations to the microphone, and accommodates comfortable handheld operation or placement on a boompole. A mic clip is supplied in case you need to affix the NTG5 to a standard mic stand in a studio.
Windshield and Windscreen for Reduction of Wind Noise
The NTG5 has a foam windscreen to reduce unwanted light wind noise from fans, heaters, and air conditioners. For maximum reduction of wind noise in indoor or outdoor environments, swap the windscreen for the included furry windshield.
UPC: 698813006571
K-Tek KE-89CC Avalon Series Aluminum Boompole with Internal XLR Cable

The K-Tek KE-89CC Avalon Series Aluminum Boompole provides a moderately priced, lightweight boompole solution for ENG, EFP, and other field recording applications. Its sturdy aluminum design is tough enough to endure the rigors of road use, while remaining lightweight and travel-worthy. This pole features an internal coiled cable and an XLR connection at the base of the pole. A total of four aluminum sections telescope between 2' 5" to 7' 6" and will easily store in any standard equipment case. The captive-collet coupling system locks each section in place for even further reliability.

Internal coiled XLR cable and connection at the base
The KE-89CC features a bottom-mounted three-pin XLR connection
Designed to fit in any standard equipment case, for ENG, EFP, and DV location production work
Jam-resistant collar coupling
Unique pole-top design with cable retention slots and replaceable stainless steel mounting stud
UPC: 791090332033

RODE NTG5 Moisture-Resistant Short Shotgun Microphone Specs

Key Specs
Form Factor
Stand/Boom Mount
Element Type
Condenser
Polar Pattern
Supercardioid
Frequency Range
20 Hz to 20 kHz
80 Hz to 20 kHz ±3 dB
Maximum SPL
130 dB SPL
Analog Output
1x XLR 3-Pin Male (on Mic)
Power Sources
Phantom Power
Microphone
Primary Applications
Live Sound, Broadcast
Form Factor
Stand/Boom Mount
Intended Sound Sources
Vocals, Speech/Voice-Over, Room Ambiance
Sound Field
Mono
Element Type
Condenser
Polar Pattern
Supercardioid
Orientation
End Address
Circuitry
Solid-State
Pad
No
High-Pass Filter
No
Performance
Frequency Range
20 Hz to 20 kHz
80 Hz to 20 kHz ±3 dB
Maximum SPL
130 dB SPL
Off-Axis Rejection
4 dB at 60°
20 dB at 120°
24 dB at 180°
Impedance
25 Ohms
Sensitivity
-23.5 dBV/Pa at 1 kHz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
84 dB
Equivalent Noise Level
10 dB A-Weighted
Connectivity
Analog Output
1x XLR 3-Pin Male (on Mic)
Power
Power Sources
Phantom Power
Operating Voltage
48 V
Physical
Color
Black
Mounting Thread Size
1/4"-20 Female
Dimensions
ø: 0.75 x L: 7.99" / ø: 19 x L: 203 mm (Microphone)
H: 9.45 x W: 2.36 x L: 4.61" / H: 240 x W: 60 x L: 117 mm (Mount)
Weight
2.68 oz / 76 g (Microphone)
7.9 oz / 224 g (Mount)
Packaging Info
Package Weight
2.14 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
10.3 x 9.4 x 3.4"

K-Tek KE-89CC Avalon Series Aluminum Boompole with Internal XLR Cable Specs

Sections
4
Load Capacity
Not specified by manufacturer
Length
2' 5" to 7' 6" (0.7 to 2.3 m)
Weight
1.1 lb (0.5 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight
1.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
33 x 2.8 x 1"

RODE NTG5 Reviews

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how can connect and attach the NTG5 to my camera ...

how can connect and attach the NTG5 to my camera and record directly on my camera?
Asked by: faisal
If your camera has 3.5mm port — you will need a new cable: xlr to 3.5 —
Answered by: brian
Date published: 2021-05-21

Can the shock mount fit a smaller mic such as an ...

Can the shock mount fit a smaller mic such as an Audio Technica 4053B?
Asked by: Louis
I don’t have 4053B so I am not sure about that, but it’s quite tight for the mount and there is a bit of elasticity.
Answered by: KA NAM
Date published: 2021-03-12

How this as a camera mounted mic on a Sony Fx9 ...

How this as a camera mounted mic on a Sony Fx9 for run and gun doc work.
Asked by: Chris
Works great on my Canon C200 ...should be the same on other cameras
Answered by: brian
Date published: 2020-04-22

Is the WS-10 a deadcat?

Is the WS-10 a deadcat?
Asked by: Mitchell
Is it’s output Analog or Digital?
Answered by: Stephen
Date published: 2019-11-30

Is this a improvement to the NTG-4 or NTG-3?

Is this a improvement to the NTG-4 or NTG-3?
Asked by: Mitchell
Rode says it's meant to be an upgrade to the NTG3
Answered by: Elazar
Date published: 2021-09-10

This question is directed to B&H staff - you must ...

This question is directed to B&H staff - you must have heard about the RF interference problem with this mic? There is a YT video about it. I want to purchase but am wondering if Rode has solved the problem or it's just a small number of mics? No one has stated if it's a part problem/xlr cable problem/shielding problem, etc. Anyone know the details?
Asked by: Tony
We have not heard of any customers experiencing problems with RF when using the NTG5. We reached out to Rode as well for more information and to find out whether they were aware of any issues with the NTG5 regarding RF or if they had seen the video you mentioned, which none of us were able to find. Rode has not had any reported problems with the NTG5 and if you have in fact purchased the NTG5 and are experiencing problems with RF, they do want to know about it and would like for you to contact them directly for assistance. Or the mic was purchased from B&H, please do let us know about it. It is certainly possible that a bad cable or a damaged input or circuitry on a camera, recorder or mixer can be the source of RF problems, but there should not be any issues that are created by the mic itself.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2022-04-10

Could this be attached to a camera or camcorder?

Could this be attached to a camera or camcorder?
Asked by: David
I was curious about this myself. I already had a Rode Videomic NTG. This mic is slightly thinner than the Videomic NTG. But they have similar shock mounts. I was able to remove the shock mounts on the Videomic NTG and put the ones from the NTG 5 on it perfectly. but, I wouldn't be able to use my Videomic NTG. If I am only going to take one mic no problem. But I think I'll get the NTG 5 it's own mount.
Answered by: Richard
Date published: 2020-09-07

Can this be used with the rode wireless go to ...

Can this be used with the rode wireless go to create a wireless booming solution?
Asked by: Guy
The Rode NTG5 requires 48v. The Rode wireless go only phantom power for the microphones like the rode videomicro
Answered by: Elazar
Date published: 2020-03-03
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