For the last few years, the Rode VideoMic Pro has been the most popular on-camera mic. For example, you can often see it as part of camera set-ups used by vloggers. Continue reading The successor to the most popular on-camera mic ready for orders
Recently, I shot a film recently where I got to use a bunch of new camera gear. One of the things I tested was the new shotgun mic from Aputure. Continue reading Film Shoot Tested! Aputure Deity Condenser Microphone – Is it good?
Today we are reviewing four affordable lav mics. These are quality microphones that your pocketbook will like a lot. However, they are not wireless. As always, there are pluses and minuses for each technology. So, to see what you can expect from these microphones and whether they are the right tools for your projects, please check out our video below. Continue reading Best Budget Lav Microphones
In today’s video I am testing and comparing two on-camera condenser microphones from Rode: the VideoMic Pro and the Stereo VideoMic Pro. The VideoMic Pro is already very popular among YouTubers and videomakers. It has also become a must-have for many vloggers – especially those trying to match the quality of the vlogs by the mega YouTuber Casey Neistat. Continue reading Rode on-camera mic comparison: VideoMic Pro vs Stereo VideoMic Pro
Recently I’ve been reviewing shotgun microphones that you typically use on a boompole. Today, I am reviewing two on-camera condenser microphones, the Rode VideoMic Pro and the Azden SMX-10. Continue reading On-camera Microphones – Rode vs Azden
Today, I am testing out and directly comparing three directional microphones for film and video production. Continue reading Shotgun Mic Shootout
Here is my new favorite shotgun mic for film work. It’s the Rode NTG 4+. Continue reading Best Indie Film Audio Setup with Rode NTG 4+ Shotgun Mic