A top-of-the-range shotgun microphone combining high sound quality with precise directionality.
This mic is suitable for any and all film, broadcast, music and dialogue recording applications.
Supplied with a wind-cancelling Rycote Cyclone blimp system, this is the ultimate location sound kit.
The Sennheiser 416 is an industry-standard compact, directional condenser microphone.
Suitable for for both ENG/broadcast and drama use, this has become a popular choice amongst self-shooters and professional sound engineers alike.
The industry standard microphone for live sports commentary.
Our Coles 4104’s have seen use by John Motson, Clive Tyldesley & Tony Gubba, to name but a few commentary legends! To complete the look, use with Beyer DT100 headphones.
The ECM-77B is the broadcast standard omni-directional lapel microphone.
Suitable for use as an interview microphone, this discreet microphone keeps your subject’s hands free.
As this microphone is wired rather than transmitting a radio signal, the ECM-77B is a popular choice when there are multiple channels or reliability is key.
Rode’s NTG-2 is lightweight enough to be mounted directly onto most cameras, making this a popular microphone for ENG and broadcast-style productions.
Supplied as standard with our Sony PMW-300 kits, this microphone is available individually and is popular on jobs shooting with everything from DSLRs to Alexas.
Audio-Technica’s AT875R was designed to be compact and lightweight enough not to impede camera operation when in the field, so has quickly become popular for documentary-style or ENG productions.
Supplied as standard with our comprehensive Sony FS7 kits, this microphone is also available individually and works well partnered with DSLR cameras.