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The Rode NTG3 Deluxe Shotgun Mic Kit from B&H includes the Rode NTG3 Precision RF-Biased Shotgun Mic with a windshield; a universal shockmount for mounting the shotgun mic on a camera, boompole, or hand grip; a boompole with an internally coiled XLR cable; a universal hand grip; an XLR-M to angled XLR-F cable; a coiled XLR-M to angled XLR-F cable; a neoprene boompole bag; and the Ty Ford Audio & Video Book: Audio Bootcamp Field Guide 4th Edition.
The Rode NTG3 has a line-gradient supercardioid polar pattern for highly directional pick up and also features RF interference properties for rejection of common interference from RF sources. The included neoprene boompole bag can store a boompole, shotgun mic, shockmount, and softie.
The black Rode NTG3 Shotgun Microphone is a professional shotgun microphone that delivers a few unique qualities in order to meet the demands of today's broadcast audio engineers and boom operators. The microphone features radio-frequency (RF) interference properties that avoid annoying noise and interference caused by nearby RF sources such as radio antennas, WiFi networks, internet devices, power lines, etc. The microphone is also built to withstand the rigors of adverse weather conditions.
Of course special attention is paid to the accurate, directional pickup characteristics and its frequency response, sensitivity and low noise floor, which result in pristine audio quality. The NTG3 shotgun microphone is an ideal solution for outdoor ENG and studio applications.
The microphone features radio-frequency (RF) interference properties that avoid annoying noise and interference caused by nearby RF sources such as radio antennas, WiFi networks, internet devices, power lines, etc.
Withstands Adverse Conditions
The microphone is constructed to withstand adverse weather conditions for more stable use outdoors.
Supercardioid Line+Gradient Pickup
The supercardioid, shotgun characteristics provide excellent off-axis rejection, focused pickup and longer range.
Auray DUSM-1 Universal Shock Mount for Camera Shoes and Boompoles
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.
Rode WS7 Deluxe Windshield for the NTG3 Microphone
The Rode WS7 Deluxe Windshield provides excellent noise protection against high wind and adverse weather conditions. The slip-on design of the WS7 features dimensions that accommodate the Rode NTG3 shotgun microphone, as well as any shotgun or stereo mic with a length of 7.3" (186.5mm) and diameter of 0.8" (20mm).
K-Tek KEG-100CC Avalon Series Graphite Boompole with Internal Coiled XLR Cable
The K-Tek KEG-100CC Avalon Series Graphite Boompole provides a moderately priced, lightweight boompole solution for ENG, EFP and other field recording applications. Its sturdy graphite design is tough enough to endure the rigors of road use while remaining lightweight and travel worthy. This pole features an internally coiled cable and XLR connection at the base of the pole. A total of 5 sections telescope between 2.02 to 8.9' (66 to 267cm) and will easily store in any standard equipment case. The captive-collet coupling system lock each section in place for even further reliability.
Designed to fit in any standard equipment case, for ENG, EFP and DV location production work
The KEG-100CC features a bottom-mounted 3-pin XLR connection at the base
Jam-resistant collar coupling
Unique pole top design with cable retention slots and replaceable stainless steel mounting stud
Auray Universal Microphone Pistol Grip
The Auray Universal Microphone Pistol Grip is a handheld grip that features an ergonomic cushioned handle. This grip is great in "run & gun" situations in which a boom pole would be cumbersome, and in video scenarios in which the cameraman is also responsible for audio recording. The grip can be held with one hand, as opposed to a boom pole which requires two. It also provides the option of being able to record audio from a different direction than the camera is pointing, an advantage over camera mounting the mic. Furthermore, having the mic mounted off the camera prevents it from picking up motor noise from the lens focusing.
In addition, the grip features standard 3/8" threads on both ends. This allows you to attach your shotgun mic (with shockmount) to one end of the grip and mount the other end to a boom pole. This gives you the flexibility of being able to quickly detach the pistol grip and the attached shotgun mic from the boom, an option that can come in handy for entering areas that are too small for a boom pole.
Pearstone PM Series XLR M to Angled XLR F Professional Microphone Cable - 20' (6.1 m)
The Pearstone PM Series XLR M to Angled XLR F Professional Microphone Cable (20') features 24-gauge oxygen-free copper conductors and spiral shielding to protect against EMI and RFI noise. It also features a Rean straight connector and a Yongsheng angled connector. Both are professional grade connectors with silver-plated contacts. The twin conductive PVC shield reduces electrostatic noise, and distinguishes the PM series from the rest of its class.
Professional quality, field-serviceable, cast-zinc connectors with silver-plated contacts
Spiral shielding to protect against EMI and RFI noise
Kopul Coiled 3-Pin XLR-M to Angled 3-Pin XLR-F Cable - 3 to 18" (7.6 to 46 cm), Black
The Kopul Coiled 3-Pin XLR-M to Angled 3-Pin XLR-F Cable provides high-quality audio transfer and is particularly suited for ENG/EFP applications. It features an oxygen-free copper core and silver-plated contacts for clean signal transfer. The cable has a 3" coiled section, with 1" straight leads into the connectors. The cable measures approximately 10" end to end, and can be extended to at least 1.5 feet. It has a 3-pin Neutrik NC-XX XLR male connector on one end and an angled 3-pin Neutrik NC-XX XLR female connector on the other.
Copper shield protects against EMI and RFI noise
Shrink-wrapped solder points for added protection
28 AWG stranded oxygen-free conductors
Genuine Neutrik NC-XX connectors
SuperFlex Coiled PVC outer jacket
Auray Neoprene Boompole Bag for 34" Closed Boompole with Shotgun Mic and Softie
The Auray Neoprene Boompole Bag for 34" Closed Boompole with Shotgun Mic and Softie is a case designed to hold up to a 34" closed boompole with shotgun microphone, softie, and shock mount. Its interior end cap is strengthened to protect the bag from punctures. It features a zipper closure with protective interior lining to prevent snags and scratches. The bag is built with an interior pocket for accessories that opens or closes with hook and loop fasteners. An adjustable shoulder strap is included with a nametag holder.
Ty Ford Audio & Video Book: Audio Bootcamp Field Guide 4th Edition by Ty Ford
Audio Bootcamp Field Guide - After answering thousands of online questions from videographers about how to capture better sound on video shoots, studio and location audio pro Ty Ford wrote "Ty Ford's Audio Bootcamp Field Guide." Readers are initially surprised by how small the book is, but find that there are no wasted words and that all of them make sense to the average human; no electronic formulas to memorize, no discussions about wavelengths, calculus, trigonometry or physics required.
Boom, lav and handheld mics are discussed. A section on mic patterns and their strengths and weaknesses help you choose which mic is best for a particular shot. The Mixer section explains why a mixer can make your audio sound better and how to connect everything to help you get better production sound rather than spending time in post trying to fix problem audio.
A Q&A chapter takes you through the thought processes required to make good decisions about how to get the best audio you can, regardless of the setup.
The Good Gear Guide is an up to date list of solid location audio gear. The Equipment Rental Guide is a list of qualified professional equipment rental houses in the US, in case you need to rent audio gear you don't have. Heavy-duty plastic covers insure the book will survive in a run bag. Spiral binding allows the book to remain open to the page you want without having to hold it.
The Anti-Panic Checklist on the back cover helps you through those anxious moments when you know some thing's wrong, but you're not sure where to look. In a companion online video tutorial, Ty Ford demonstrates the differences in ear-worn, lav, supercardioid and shotgun mics. You hear what the mics sound like as they are being used with an on-going narrative that explains what you're hearing and which mics work best in different situations.
Microphones: Lavs, hypers, shotguns
Application Notes: When to use each microphone and why
Mixers: Why a mixer? How to connect and calibrate
Good Gear List: Future-proof your audio with the best gear
Q&A, FAQ and Index: Practical experience at your fingertips
Microphone & Gear Rentals: A list of rental house websites