Rode announced VideoMic HD – the world’s first digital recorder video microphone

Rode announced today the VideoMic HD that has integrated digital recording and is designed for use with DSLR and video cameras. The basic specs:

  • Integrated digital recorder (microSDHC)
  • RF-bias, true condenser shotgun microphone (based on RØDE NTG3 technology)
  • Line and Mic (mixer) inputs (with 'plug-in' power)
  • High level headphone amplifier for monitoring
  • Three-level High Pass Filter (0, 75Hz, 150Hz)
  • Integrated Blimp wind protection and shock mounting
  • Multi mode outputs (Dual mono/split 0db and -10db for auto safety/dual mono + 20dB)
  • High frequency 'boost' switch for increased intelligibility at distance miking
  • Utra-lightweight metal casing
  • Quick release mounting system
  • MicroSD card for storage
  • MicroUSB port
  • Integrated headphone jack with level control
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  • ennan

    Hagadoosh! Great concept. Look forward to hearing the reviews.

  • Tony Bologna

    Looks pretty sweet! Any idea on battery configuration?

  • wow, it’s great, how about the price?. I hope this mic worth to buy, i mean not too expensive 😀

  • Harold Ellis

    does it sync start recording with camera and how?

  • What about audio levels and sensitivity?

  • iluvhatemail

    announced today, a few days ago 😛

  • briggs

    It’s been over a year since Rode announced the videomic hd shotgun recorder but have still not delivered or have a delivery date expected on the market. What’s up with that. Rode may have announced the shotgun recorder first but it looks like the Shure VP83F shotgun recorder will be the first on the market expected mid-summer of 2013. The race is on for rode to solve the product delays.

  • Mike


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