Audio-Technica AT8035 Shotgun Microphone
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- Designed for video production and broadcast (ENG/EFP) audio acquisition Length is well-suited for ENG, outdoor recording and other specialized uses Provides the narrow acceptance angle desirable for long-distance sound pickup Excellent sound rejection from the sides and rear of mic Switchable low-frequency roll-off Operates on battery or phantom power RoHS compliantfree from all substances specified in the EU directive on hazardous substances
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The length (14.53") of the Audio Technica AT8035 Line + Gradient Condenser Microphone is well-suited for ENG, outdoor recording and other specialized uses. The microphone is designed for video production and broadcast (ENG/EFP) audio acquisition. Suited for both boom & handheld use, it provides the narrow acceptance angle desirable for long-distance sound pickup, featuring excellent sound rejection from the sides and rear of mic and switchable low-frequency roll-off. It operates on battery or phantom power.
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After all, I was getting a directional mic as a part of a learning curve and also accumulate some experience with support sound for audiovisual production as part of my movie-making school curriculum.
I started using this mic and found I liked the quality and depth of the sounds it records therefore found myself using it quite often so did even voice overs with great results.
In all I have gotten good to excellent results on the support sounds I have needed while producing my documentaries.
It is no surprise to me today that actually, if you do a search for this mic, all reviews and user opinions are good.
It is a solid shotgun microphone that will do what it's supposed to do for you with good quality.
If the issue is "best" "the best" to "good" and "solid" then one must reflect that it is not the best of it's class of mics.
Are there better ? Yes, obviously, and much more so for a higher price.
Do you need to pay over 1000 bucks to get good results from a shotgun mic ? No.
Is it in the bad or worst of the shotgun class mics ? Absolutely not.
The AT-8035 will give you great results at a very affordable price.
The next one I purchased was a Sennheiser MKE-600 for 1 to 2 foot shotgun and kept the AT8035 for 2 to 4 feet sound capture.
It doesn't look like getting rid of the AT-8035 will be necessary.
It's a no loose purchase, you get a good honest mic for a reasonable amount of cash.
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