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Microphones

Whether you are a DSLR or mirrorless videographer or even a pro video camera user, a dedicated external microphone will instantly improve the production quality of your movies. External mics capture better quality audio than in-camera is capable of, with less camera noise and clearer audio signals. They are used for vlogging and Youtube, filmmaking and any other productions such as podcasts, where audio needs be professional. Park Cameras stock a wide variety from leading manufacturers including market leading Rode, Sennheiser and Saramonic, together with camera own-brand models. Options range from shotgun to lapel as well as iPhone compatible devices.

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Rode Wireless GO

Rode Wireless GO - Compact transmitter/receiver wireless solution for quick and easy on-the-go voice recording to camera

£179.00

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Rode Lavalier Go Microphone

Rode Lavalier Go - professional-grade wearable microphone, compatible with Rode Wireless GO

£59.00

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Rode VideoMic Pro Microphone

The Rode VideoMic Pro is a true shotgun microphone designed for use with camcorders, DSLR camera s and portable audio recorders as a source of primary and reference audio.

£159.00

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£54.00

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£64.95

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Rode VideoMic Pro+ Microphone

Compact Directional On-Camera Microphone With Rycote Lyre Shock Mount

£259.00

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£299.00

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Rode Wireless GO - White

Compact Wireless Microphone System

£179.00

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Rode Lavalier GO Microphone - White

Professional-grade Wearable Microphone

£59.00

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Sony ECM-B1M Digital Audio Shotgun Microphone

– Eight high-performance mic capsules and advanced digital signal processing provide three selectable directivity patterns in one compact microphone of approx. 99.3mm (4 inches) in length with Super-directional pick up

£339.00

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Rode SC6-L Interview Kit

Dual TRRS input and headphone output for Apple Devices

£179.00

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Rode RodeLink Filmmaker Kit

Digital Wireless Microphone System for Filmmakers

£299.00

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Canon Stereo Microphone DM-E100

Add high quality sounds with the ultra compact Canon DM-E100 microphone, weighing only 64g yet records unidirectional stereo sound from 100Hz to 10kHz, and is compatible with EOS & G7 X Mark III camera s.

£109.00

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Rode NTG2 Shotgun Microphone

Professional quality microphone for TV, film or broadcast.

£219.00

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£54.95

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Rode VideoMic NTG Shotgun Microphone

Rode VideoMic NTG Shotgun Microphone

£259.00

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£95.00

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£79.00

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Rode PodMic

A broadcast-quality dynamic microphone optimised for podcasting.

£109.00

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Rode VideoMic Me-L with iOS Lightning

Rode VideoMic Me-L with iOS Lightning Connector

£69.00

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Saramonic Blink 500 B2 2.4G 2TX Mic 3.5

Saramonic Blink 500 B2 2.4G 2TX Mic 3.5

£240.00

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Panasonic VW-VMS10 Stereo Microphone

VW-VMS10 Stereo Microphone

£119.99

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Sony ECM-CG60 shotgun microphone

ECM-cg60 shotgun microphoneHigh-performance, monaural microphone with supercardioid directivity improves targeting of sound. Suitably compact with interchangeable-lens camera s. Uses various power sources for long outdoor shooting.

£199.00

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Rode NTG5 Broadcast Shotgun Microphone

Rode NTG5 Broadcast Shotgun Microphone

£449.00

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When choosing your video mic there are a few features to consider in order to capture the best possible audio quality for your style of shooting. The most popular type is generally a Shotgun which is mounted on top of, or near your camera. This is a directional microphone and records audio directly in front of the camera. These are ideal for filming documentaries, events, or other types of audio when the camera is not in a fixed position and your audio source is constantly changing.

Another option is a ‘Lav’, lavaliere or lapel mic – these are small, clip-on devices that are great for interviews or recording high quality audio when the camera is further away from the subject. Vloggers will use lapel mics to film themselves from a distance. They are also useful when more than one person is being recorded, as they simply clip onto the subjects’ clothing.

Lastly is the ‘boom’ type – these are used for recording audio in larger spaces or when using a Lav or shotgun isn’t practical. These tend to be used by multi-team productions where a dedicated sound engineer can hold the boom in the optimal position.

Other considerations include whether to opt for stereo recording capabilities. This is a consideration when audio needs to be involved and most natural. A recorder kit is often employed with various options, allowing for separate capture and syncing of sound in post processing. This will often yield better results however does require slightly more preparation.

Any of our options can substantially improve the quality of any video and it is widely accepted that decent audio creates audience perception of a good video. If the film quality dips, this is generally more acceptable to viewers than poor sound quality.

Choosing the right mic is simple if you consider the main type of film style which you do most of the time. Many videographers will have more than one option for different situations. Browse our extensive range of audio accessories for wind shields (dead cats), boom stands and a multitude of other useful additions. Video monitors are also often employed when making movies for their high quality, easily viewable advanced capabilities.

At Park Cameras we have a huge range of microphones and sound recorders for professional and high quality audio recording available online and in both our stores where our expert staff can help you find what you're looking for.

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