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Rode Blimp Complete windshield with Rycote shock mounting system. Suits most shotgun microphone up to 425mm in length.
Rode Blimp Extension Blimp extension kit for NTG8 and other long shotguns (up to 600mm)
Rode Boompole A high grade professional boom pole for location recording. Machined from high-grade aluminium. Extends from 0.85m to 3.3m.
Rode Boompole Bag Designed to carry the Boompole with attached mic and shock mount.
Rode Boompole Clips The R
Rode Boompole Pro Carbon fiber five-section professional boom pole
Rode Broadcaster Precision 1″ broadcast cardioid end-address condenser microphone. Features unique ‘on air’ indicator.
Rode CLIP1 The CLIP1 is a cable management clip, designed to allow optimal mounting of MiCon cables on the microphone user. Supplied in a pack of three.
RODE Complete Studio Kit(CSK) The NT1 Complete Studio Solution kit
Rode Custom Pin-Head The R
Rode Deadcat Artificial fur is specially designed so as to minimise wind noise in high wind conditions, while remaining acoustically transparent. Suits VMR,NTG1,NTG2,NTG3, NTG3B
Rode Deadcat Go Artificial fur windshield for VideoMic GO
Rode DeadCat VMP The DeadCat VMP is a furry wind cover for the VideoMic Pro
Rode DeadCat VMP+ The DeadCat VMP+ is a deluxe furry wind cover for the VideoMic Pro+
Rode DeadCat VMPR The DeadCat VMPR is a furry wind cover for the VideoMic Pro-R
Rode Deadkitten Designed for minimising any wind noise when using the microphone in high wind conditions. Suits SVM, SVMP, NT4, iXY
Rode DeadMouse-Pin The DeadMouse-Pin is a professional grade windshield, designed to minimise wind noise to ensure quality recordings in adverse environments with the R
Rode DeadWombat The DeadWombat windshield is designed for minimising wind noise when recording in high wind conditions using the R
Rode DS1 The DS1 is a weighted table top microphone stand.
Rode GN1 Miniature (85mm) flexible goose neck for NT6. By using the GN1 with NT6 microphone stand you get an added height that allows you to have total control over the placement of the NT6.