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By Gerrie on April 30, 2018
The Apture V-Mic D2 is not USB compatible. The Blue Snowball Ice has a USB cord and is very popular
By Lost Lens Cap on March 10, 2018
As long as the cameras have a mic port then yes. I’ve even plugged it into my laptop. Those cameras should have audio/visual outputs.
By Slapshot_c77 on February 26, 2018
1. The sensitivity adjustment of the Aputure V-Mic D2 distinguishes itself in its step-less control. Applying it to variable recording situations, you can adjust sensitivity ranging 40db steplessly from 1 to 10 levels to realise more precise control. 2. Flat Frequency Response to Restore Pure Audio. It captures the na… see more 1. The sensitivity adjustment of the Aputure V-Mic D2 distinguishes itself in its step-less control. Applying it to variable recording situations, you can adjust sensitivity ranging 40db steplessly from 1 to 10 levels to realise more precise control. 2. Flat Frequency Response to Restore Pure Audio. It captures the natural sounds and music of our lives, keeping sensitive audio like familiar voices just as they are. 3. Low-Cut Filter 4. Low Self-Noise. When looking for a shotgun microphone, we're all looking for a quiet one-one that doesn't generate noise itself. It is a nearly silent videomic. A low noise level is especially desirable when working with low sound-pressure levels so the sound will not drown in noise from the microphone itself. The D2 utilizes an optimized circuit with an output transformer which minimizes the entire electronic stage of noise. Please choose "FOMITO" . Sincerely. see less
By Lancis on December 18, 2017
By Fredrick Parker on December 6, 2017
Hello Comes with adapter Thank you
By Hersilia on November 8, 2017
it is a camcorder and dslr mic, fit all camcorder and dlsr.
By Denton on June 5, 2017
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December 21, 2017
For the price and quality, I'd grab this if I were you. I did much research before choosing between a Rode mic and the Aputure V-Mic D2, and I have to say the Aputure blows away the Rode, both in price and options. As for sound quality, I prefer the Aputure because it gives much less blown-out bass tones to people's voices when recording. The Rode simply has way too much bass to its quality. When filming short films for YouTube, etc., the Aputure sounds much more natural than the Rode. The Rode mics sound too much like a DJ's speaking from a booth when it records people talking.
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