Auray DUSM-1 Universal Shock Mount for Camera Shoes and Boompoles

Auray DUSM-1 Universal Shock Mount for Camera Shoes and Boompoles

Auray DUSM-1 Universal Shock Mount for Camera Shoes and Boompoles

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  • Four-Point Silicone Suspension
  • Fits Mics Measuring 19-25mm in Diameter
  • Built-In Shoe Mount
  • 3/8"-16 Thread Base for Boompoles
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The Auray DUSM-1 Universal Shockmount features a four-point suspension to accommodate shotgun and other cylindrical microphones measuring 0.74-0.98" (19-25mm) in diameter. The shockmount is easily angled with its rubberized adjustment knob. There is a built-in shoe for camera mounting, and a 3/8"-16 thread connection at the base mounts the shockmount to boompoles and universal hand-grips.

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Auray DUSM-1 Universal Shock Mount for Camera Shoes and Boompoles
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    Auray DUSM-1 specs

    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.3 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.7 x 3.2 x 2.6"

    Auray DUSM-1 reviews

    DUSM-1 Universal Shock Mount for Camera Shoes and Boompoles is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 338.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Shock Mount for the Cost I bought this universal shock mount for a RODE NTG2. It fits very snug, almost too snug where it's somewhat of a pain to mount it and unmount it. For the most part it gets the job done, and prevents most if not all the small vibrations of the mic falling short only for massive jerks by an operator. For the price it definitely wasn't bad, however, after only six months and a meager amount of usage, one of the bands that hooked to the frame broke. It was easy enough to just pull the band a little further to hook onto another part of the band. So in that sense, it won't last forever, but for what it costs, I wouldn't expect it to.
    Date published: 2017-08-08
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Serves the intended purpose. Delicate. This shock mount was purchased to mount an AT-897 to a 7-foot boom pole. It worked fairly well for that purpose. However, it's kind of a cheaply made piece and I'm wondering how long it will last. Getting the mic into the shock mount is a matter of pushing it through the one-piece rubber shock mount webs, which requires quite a lot of force since the rubber holds very securely. Once the mic's in, it's not coming out without a deliberate effort, at least while the rubber is new. The base has both a standard 3/8 tripod thread and a camera shoe for mounting on cameras so equipped. The angling mechanism adjusts easily and holds securely.
    Date published: 2014-09-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great! Robust shock mount for moderate sized mics I use this with my AKG Blue Line Hyper Cardiod on my DLSR for run and gun shooting. I shoot a lot of sports events, lots of hand held stuff where I and my gear gets knocked around. I wish I was one of those people who babied their gear, but I'm not - I use it, and use it a lot. This is my second time purchasing this mount, not because the first one broke - but because I needed a second one and I couldn't justify buying any thing else. Yeah, it weighs a bit more than something like a small clip-in shock mount, but it is much more robust. Highly recommended for on-camera use, and secure mounting when you are going to be getting bumped around.
    Date published: 2016-05-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good item, nice price Very secure grip on the shotgun, makes it harder to get in but you know your mic is held securely. I would recommend removing the suspension straps with the mic if you plan on using this mount with a particular mic very often. Much easier to mount and dismount if you keep the suspension attached to the mic. The ability to use this in a hot shoe mount on a DSL is very nice, not completely needed for my use, but nice to have just in case, and it is the same price as the Rode shockmount. Also attaches to a boompole as normal. Seems sturdy and durable. Replacement suspension parts are cheap enough if these wear out from pulling a mic in and out constantly.
    Date published: 2011-09-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Products seems to work well. After reviewing various mounts, this one had some good reviews and some critical. It was packaged with the MODE NGK-2 so I gave it a shot. I shoot a variety of items. One of them is high school sports so this piece will take a beating from the constant moving around. After a few basketball games and a couple industrial shoots I think it works well. It was a little snug putting the mic in but it holds it in place. I'm running the MODE shotgun on this mount on top of a Canon 5D. I don't switch mics a lot so I just leave the mic mounted and just take it off the 5D to put into a case.
    Date published: 2011-01-03
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cheap Piece of Plastic: BEWARE! I was super excited to receive yet another B&H box at my door containing another super-awesome-quality product when I came across this disappointment. After purchasing a new 7D and beginning to build my audio set-up for my film rig, I purchased on of these. Unfortunately the top the bottom pieces came apart literally right-out of the box. I picked it out of the box very lightly and it simply fell apart. However, I was able to re-connect it with super glue, so I would have to say that under essential accessories, it is ESSENTIAL that B&H lists super-glue. Have fun with your latest construction project!
    Date published: 2011-09-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Universal Shock Mount for Shotgun Mic Our media production group needed a shock mount for a Sennheiser ME80 shotgun mic, a mic we have used for 30 years. Our recent application is to mount the Sennheiser ME80 to a DSLR mount cage with a cold shoe. We purchased the Auray DUSM-1 Universal Shock mount from B&H. It was exactly what we hoped. The DUSM-1 is very universal and fit the Sennheiser perfectly. We love that the mount will fit any cold shoe application, will fit a DSLR cage mount frame and easy attach to a mic pole. Very high quality and a great price. B&H is the best! Quick order fulfillment and free shipping available. Highly recommended!
    Date published: 2016-05-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works well with the Zoom H1 I got this shockmount to attach my Zoom H1 to my Nikon D90. Hotshot mount is well made, fastens with vice-like grip and is well balanced. Pretty decent construction considering it's mostly plastic, just don't go tightening any of the screws (same can be said for any similar product). Only complaint I have would be that the rubber spider bumpers that would usually house a microphone aren't necessarily designed to fit the Zoom H1 - it's a very snug fit. And by very, I mean once I got them on, I haven't taken them off the Zoom. But beyond that small hurdle, it's easy to use as the bumpers are easily taken off/on the shockmount. The shockmount puts the Zoom in a good place to record sound cleanly and is mounted high enough so it's out of frame.Please note - this isn't really a complaint because the shockmount isn't designed to work with the Zoom H1, so take my observations with a grain of salt. I just know there a lot of people out there who are doing the same thing to shoot video, but I couldn't find any reviews on how the two products fit together. That being said, I wouldn't try to attach anything larger than the Zoom H1 to this shockmount, as it simply won't fit. ... overall very pleased with the product/purchasing experience.
    Date published: 2010-12-26
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