Shotgun Microphones

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  1. Rode NTG3 True Condenser Microphone (Silver)
    £660.00 £550.00
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    2 in stock - Order by 3pm for free next day delivery.
  2. Deity S-Mic 2 Location Kit
    £418.80 £349.00
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    1 in stock - Order by 3pm for free next day delivery.
  3. Rycote HC-22 Complete Kit (Windshield)
    £998.40 £832.00
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    Available to Order
  4. E-Image PM-500 Shotgun Microphone
    £66.00 £55.00
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    6 in stock for Immediate Dispatch
  5. Rode NTG3 True Condenser Microphone (Dark Grey)
    £708.00 £590.00
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    1 in stock - Order by 3pm for free next day delivery.
  6. Rode NTG4 Directional Condenser Microphone
    £238.80 £199.00
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    7 in stock for Immediate Dispatch
  7. 1 in stock for Immediate Dispatch
  8. Rode NTG2 Condenser Shotgun Microphone
    £248.40 £207.00
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    5 in stock for Immediate Dispatch
  9. Rycote HC-15 CS Kit
    £634.80 £529.00
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    Available to Order
  10. Rycote HC-15 Complete Kit (Windshield)
    £998.40 £832.00
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    Available to Order
  11. Rycote HC-35 Long Microphone
    £638.40 £532.00
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    Order Now - Usually available to despatch in 1-2 weeks
  12. Rycote BD-10 Microphone
    £638.40 £532.00
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    Order Now - Usually available to despatch in 1-2 weeks

Shotgun microphones are a type of directional microphone designed for capturing sound from a specific direction while minimizing background noise. These microphones are commonly used in film, television, and video production to capture dialogue and other sound effects with clarity and precision.

Shotgun microphones are typically long and narrow, with a tube-shaped body that helps to focus the microphone's sensitivity on the sound source in front of it. They are commonly used on boom poles, which are long poles held by a boom operator to position the microphone near the actors or other sound sources.

Some shotgun microphones feature a switchable polar pattern, allowing them to capture sound in a variety of directions. This can be useful for capturing ambient sound or for use in different recording environments.

When shopping for a shotgun microphone, it's important to consider factors such as the microphone's sensitivity, frequency response, and impedance, as well as the microphone's overall build quality and durability. Look for a microphone with a high signal-to-noise ratio and low self-noise to ensure the cleanest possible sound capture.

Whether you're a professional filmmaker, a video producer, or an amateur enthusiast, a high-quality shotgun microphone can make a significant difference in the quality of your recordings. Browse our selection of shotgun microphones to find the perfect model for your needs and budget.