Rode Dead KittenItem ID: DeadKitten
Video Microphone Windshield
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The Perfect Windshield for Your Video Microphone!The Rode Dead Kitten is an excellent windscreen that's optimized for video applications. In fact, it's the same windscreen included with Rode's Stereo VideoMic XY camera microphone. Whether you're looking for a replacement Dead Kitten 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 Dead Kitten will work equally as well for any camera microphone that's roughly the same size as the Rode Stereo VideoMic. When you want superb wind noise shielding, trust Rode's Dead Kitten.
Rode Dead Kitten Features:
Take wind noise out of the equation, and wrap your camera microphone with a Rode Dead Kitten!
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Reviewsbased on 2 reviews
Not The Best Name
by Alan from St Louis, MO USAWorks fine and does the job it's intended for, but who thought up that awful name? I don't know if the folks at Rode are unfamiliar with US boxing, but this thing screams to be called the "Don King"... read more [+]. close [-]
July 31, 2012
Music Background: Engineer
by Rob Rand from Brunswick, MEGot it to use with the Tascam DR-40 internal stereo mic set. It didn't remove wind noise for winds over about 8 knots or so. The DR-40 is sensitive to handling noise, and also picked up the ruffling n... read more [+]oise of the wind on the Dead Kitten. Other issues- the elastic band broke after about ten uses. So it didn't do the job. No worries. I'll use the DR-40 indoors (no wind) on a mini tripod or rubber mat, and outdoors, I'll use external inputs. close [-]
November 5, 2012
Music Background: Consultant in Acoustics, Pro Musician, Engineer
Robert, Chester, VA