The Rode DeadCat VMPR+ is a furry windshield for the VideoMic Pro Plus on-camera shotgun microphone, designed to reduce wind noise when recording outdoors in windy environments. It combines an open-cell foam surround with an outer layer of acoustically transparent artificial fur, and features a rubber base which prevents any wind noise from entering the rear of the microphone's pickup area while ensuring a secure fit.
Note:Compatible only with the VideoMic Pro Plus shotgun microphone
- Designed to reduce wind noise in windy environments
- Outer layer of acoustically transparent artificial fur
- Open-cell foam surround
- Rubber base seals the rear of the microphone pickup area
- Secure fit
WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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