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Sound is so important for all sorts of reasons, but especially for video footage where a microphone can make a huge difference. We sell a range of microphones for all types of camera and video equipment, so plenty to choose from. A good microphone can either stand alone, fix to the flash shoe or even on a lapel for anyone blogging, or creating video footage with commentary. Easy to set up, they give high quality stereo sound with the minimum amount of extraneous noise that spoils the end result. If you are not sure which microphone is good for you, then simply call us, use the Live Chat, or send us an e-mail with your sound requirements and we will point you in the right direction.

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Canon DM-E100 Stereo Microphone

  • Electret Stereo Condenser Design
  • Powered by Compatibile Canon Cameras
  • Hot Show Mount with Foot Lock Ring
  • Compact & Lightweight
  • 3.5mm Audio Jack Connection
  • 100 Hz to 10kHz Sound Frequency Range
  • 120 Degree Unidirectional Stereo

Saramonic Blink 500 Pro B1 Wireless Microphone Kit

  • Mono / Stereo output setting, giving you the ability record each mic to separate channels of cameras and recorders mic inputs.
  • 7-8 Hours of run time
  • 100 metres Operating range
  • Included charging case
  • OLED Display
  • Monitor Out (Headphones) when connected to your camera
  • Signal to Noise ratio: >78dB
  • Mute Function
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The standard camera or video microphone tends to pick up random sounds within its immediate surroundings, which may not be the sounds that are wanted. When talking to camera or recording the natural environment around the camera, it is really important to fix an external microphone to the camera hotshoe, so that it is more directional for speech or omni-directional for a wider sound quality. Attached by locking screw, many of the microphones we sell have dampeners on them to make sure there is no vibration through the camera and they link through using contacts on the bottom of the microphone base.