Audio-Technica PRO 70 Cardioid Condenser Lavalier/Instrument Microphone
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- Miniature condenser microphone is ideal for both vocal and acoustic guitar applications
- Natural and articulate vocal reproduction when used as a clip-on lavalier-clothing clip included
- Excels in pickup of acoustic guitar with included instrument adapter
- Cardioid polar pattern reduces pickup of sounds from the sides and rear, improving isolation of desired sound source
- Operates on battery or phantom power and includes low-frequency roll-off
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Don't forget (like I did) to order a cord to plug into your camera or recorder! This is the one I got for my Nikon D3200:
Hosa Audio Cable, XLR Female-1/8" TRS Male
If you can't justify $400 on a super duper lav mic, buy this one.
The Audio Technica Pro 70 is a good choice. It is low cost, can run on a battery or phantom power, and gets the job done. It is a balanced (XLR) mic, giving the videographer a good, clean signal. It isn't for everyone, however. You will have to buy an adapter if you have a camcorder with a miniplug, or else record your audio separately and sync it up with the footage later. It is a wired mic, so your subject can't be running around. In that case, a wireless lavalier or a boomed shotgun mic would be more appropriate. The power pack and the mic are permanently wired together, so if you want to use a different type or style of lavalier mic, you are out of luck.
All in all, when used in what it does best- interviews- it does an excellent job.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I still use these all the time. I usually use them for my talking head style shoots where no one is moving. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Jason C.
I record just enough interviews to need a lapel mic, but not enough to justify spending a large amount for equipment. This mic does everything I need for an affordable price. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great Mic!!! Be careful it picks up everything.... had to add a noise gate.Published 3 months ago by Tyrone K Sullivan
It's fabulous! I use it for all narrative, vocal and guitar music recording. I wish the mic. clip mount rotated:-) I think it does on the 80 model.Published 8 months ago by J N Stokol