Rode DeadCat VMPItem ID: DeadCatVMP
Wind Muff for RODE VideoMic VMP Microphone
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Wind Muff for RODE MicrophonesThe Rode DeadCat VMP is an excellent windscreen that's optimized for video applications. In fact, it's designed to work with Rode's Video Mic Pro camera microphone. Whether you're looking for a replacement windscreen or adding a backup to your camera bag, you'll enjoy superior shielding with this faux-fur covered windshield in tow. It's also worth noting that the DeadCat VMP will work equally as well for any camera microphone that's roughly the same size as the Rode Video Mic Pro. When you want superb wind noise shielding, trust Rode's DeadCat VMP.
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Take wind noise out of the equation, and wrap your camera microphone with a Rode DeadCat VMP!
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Reviewsbased on 1 review
Bad design, doesn't cover switches
by Jason Hayes from Tucson, ArizonaThe DeadCat VMP windscreen does cut down on wind noise, compared to only using the windscreen that comes with the VideoMic Pro, but I still got a lot of wind noise in light winds because the windscree... read more [+]n does not cover the switches on the back of the microphone. I was able to eliminate wind noise by covering the switches with a fleece glove. The DeadCat VMP windscreen could be greatly improved by simply making it a little longer to cover the switches. close [-]
August 11, 2012
Jason, San Diego, CA