RODE NTG3 RF-Bias Shotgun Microphone

RODE NTG3 RF-Bias Shotgun Microphone

Product Description

The RØDE NTG3 super-cardioid shotgun microphone is designed for professional use on film, television, electronic news gathering & wherever high-resolution broadcast audio is required.

As RØDE's premier directional microphone the NTG3 exhibits superlative audio quality with a rich, warm quality & a full frequency response. Its RF bias technology makes it almost completely resistant to moisture, making it the only option when recording in demanding environments where condensation is an issue.

Machined from solid brass & available in either anti-glare, nickel-plated finish or matte black (NTG3B), the NTG3 is incredibly robust while remaining light weight.

Its precise yet forgiving polar pattern ensures that whether used on-camera or on a boom pole, the NTG3 will capture audio clearly every time.

A durable aluminium storage cylinder is supplied to provide the ultimate protection for the NTG3 while in storage & transport. Tightly sealed at both ends the cylinder is highly weatherproof, adding to the microphone's rugged performance credentials.

The RØDE NTG3 shotgun microphone is designed and made in Australia, and covered by RØDE Microphones' industry leading 10 year warranty.

Key Features:
  • Super-cardioid polar pattern
  • Designed to withstand adverse environmental conditions
  • 50% less self-noise than the majority of shotgun microphones
  • Extremely low handling noise
  • High level of immunity to radio frequency interference
  • True Condenser (external RF biased)
  • Includes durable aluminium storage cylinder for transport, pop filter, mic clip & large zip pouch
  • Designed for professional use on film, television, ENG & wherever high resolution broadcast audio is required

Optional Extras:
RODE WS7 Deluxe Wind Shield

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