Rode Stereo Videomic Pro Review

The Rode Stereo Videomic Pro is an upgrade to to the previous Stereo Videomic in a much smaller and more lightweight package. It takes a lot of design cues from the new Videomic Pro, using the same style of suspension system and a metal hotshot. Many who owned the original Videomic will know that the weak point in its design was the strength of this suspension system so it’s nice to see upgrades across the board now in Rode’s on-camera range. Watch the video below for some first hands on impressions and it will also give you an excellent idea

Rode Microphones Announces New Stereo Videomic Pro and Videomic HD

Rode Microphones has just announced details of two new DSLR friendly microphones.  The Stereo Videomic Pro continues their form factor and feature redesign that we saw last year in the Videomic Pro but implements it on the old Stero Videomic.  The second microphone is even more interesting though as it is the first microphone in the world to combine a shotgun mic with a built in recorder and basic mixing capabilities as well as audio monitoring.  Read on for more details…. Rode Stereo Videomic Pro The bulk old Stereo Videomic is gone and replaced with this MUCH smaller version.  Like

RODE Introduces a New DSLR Microphone, the Videomic Pro

The original Rode Videomic became a ubiquitous accessory for DSLR shooters.  Originally launched long before the introduction of DSLR video capable cameras, an update has been expected for a while.  Philip Bloom teased some images a while back where the mic was blurred out of his photos and I was pretty certain this was what he was testing.  Today it was confirmed that a new mic has been added to the lineup.  People looking for a compact setup before had to choose between the Videomic or the Sennheiser MKE400.  The advantage of the MKE400 was that it was much smaller

Video accessories for the Canon 5D Mark II: Part 1 – Microphones

When Canon launched the 5dMKII in late 2008 , the quality and look of the video it produced was lost on nobody. It changed everything, Fast forward now to 2010 and I am updating my original posting on microphones for the 5dmkII because it’s popularity has gone from strength to strength. The final episode of the worlds most watched TV show(in 2010), House, was just shot entirely using the Canon 5dMKII. And what is even crazier about the whole story, is that Canon had seemingly no idea of the potential of this camera when they released it. They never intended