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The Rode VideoMic NTG gives video content creators, run-and-gun filmmakers, voiceover artists, and podcasters the sound of the highly regarded NTG shotguns in a convenient camera-mount mic that requires no additional adapters to work with cameras, smartphones, tablets, portable recorders, and USB-equipped computers.
Can I go USB to 3.5 mm male to my audio in on ...
Can I go USB to 3.5 mm male to my audio in on a6500 and monitor sound on the shotgun?
Agree with the Staff answer. You can only use the mic via 3.5mm jack on your camera for audio in. The only way you can monitor using the 3.5mm jack is when the USB cable is plugged into a computer.
Date published: 2021-07-15
Is this mic working with the mini stereo input of ...
Is this mic working with the mini stereo input of the c200? Thank U
Yes, it will.
Date published: 2020-03-02
If I got two of these, could I plug both into my ...
If I got two of these, could I plug both into my MacBook Pro and have them record simultaneously?
You would not be able to use the USB outputs from both NTG Hybrid mic at the same time as the computer will only recognize one USB mic. However, you can use two NTG Hybrid mics at the same time if you connect them via their analog outputs. You could connect the analog outputs from both mics to separate input channels on a USB audio interface and send digital audio to your computer.
Date published: 2020-10-15
Anyone know how to connect the Rode NTG to Apple ...
Anyone know how to connect the Rode NTG to Apple iPad Air 2019? I use my iPad's lightning cable to NTG's usb-c connector but there is no recognition, not even to charge. Do I really need to purchase the Rode specific cable for an additional 79.99??? HELP!
I know this question is old You will need this adapter: Apple Lightning to USB 3.0 Type-A Camera Adapter There is also this adapter, but you will not be able to charge your ios device while the mic is connected: Apple Lightning to USB Camera Adapter
Date published: 2022-01-03
How long is the connector wire to the camera? I ...
How long is the connector wire to the camera? I will be using the NTG with a DJI OSMO 3 and iPhone, and it is mounted on a cold-shoe adapter at the base of the gimbal (so about 12" away from the port).
It's short. About 6 inches. I'd buy a longer cable.
Date published: 2020-07-05
Can this record the same level to both left and ...
Can this record the same level to both left and right tracks?
I just saw a video about this mic and as a safety it records onto both sides but one side records at -20db in case the record level is set too high. Brilliant
Date published: 2022-02-20
what type power is needed for the operation? (5V, ...
what type power is needed for the operation? (5V, 48V)
The RODE VideoMic NTG runs off of its internal rechargeable battery. It can also run off of 2.5v plug-in power or USB bus power.
Date published: 2023-10-17
which is better for mukbang or asmr recording, ...
which is better for mukbang or asmr recording, VideoMic NTG or VideoMic Pro+?
It really depends on what the mic will be connecting to. When used with a camera, the NTG would be operating as an analog mic and functioning much like the VideoMic Pro+, producing comparable high-quality audio with similar features. The main difference for the NTG is the built in interface which enables you to connect it directly to a computer via the USB cable to operate as a digital mic. The VideoMic Pro+ can also be connected to a computer, but a separate USB interface is required. Both are excellent options for recording, podcasting or livestreaming, so you can't wrong with either mic.
Date published: 2021-05-14