Rode Boompole Pro Carbon Fiber Boompole
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- 100% carbon fiber construction
- Lightweight - only 535gm (1.2lb) fully extended
- Extends from 810mm (2'8") to 3m (10')
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- Extends from 810mm (2'8") to 3m (10')
- Weight: 535gm
- Dimensions: 810mmH x 40mmW x 40mmD
- Warranty: 1 year
Rode Boompole Pro
Carbon Fiber Boompole - 10 Feet
Made from carbon fibre, the RØDE Boompole Pro weighs only 535 gram (18 ounce) and, from a compact 810 millimeter (2 feet 8 inches), extends to a full 3 meter (10 feet). Designed for use with professional shotgun microphones such as the RØDE NTG3 as well as the Blimp windshield system, the Boompole Pro joins RØDE’s popular boom pole range which now consists of five models ranging in size, weight, and construction material.
Each of the five pole sections is comprised completely from carbon fibre making it incredible lightweight while maintaining high levels of strength. The sections are easily extendable with one hand thanks to an intuitive twist-lock mechanic. RØDE offers boom pole cable clips as an optional accessory, however the company’s new RØDELink wireless XLR adaptor allows users to record audio from a shotgun microphone on the end of the Boompole Pro without the hassle and possible handling noise of cables.
From its humble beginning in the 1990s, RØDE Microphones has gone from strength to strength on the global stage and has become the go-to microphone for a variety of industries. RØDE employs the latest technology and precision machinery to continue to keep its products at world-class standards and at a great price.
Designed for use with professional shotgun microphones such as the RØDE NTG3 as well as the Blimp windshield system, the Rode Boom pole is made from carbon fiber and weighs only 535gm (18oz) and, from a compact 810mm (2' 8"), extends to a full 3m (10'). Each of the five pole sections is comprised completely from carbon fiber making it incredible lightweight while maintaining high levels of strength. The sections are easily extendable with one hand thanks to an intuitive twist-lock mechanic. RØDE offers boom pole cable clips as an optional accessory, however the company's new RODELink wireless XLR adaptor allows users to record audio from a shotgun microphone on the end of the Boom pole Pro without the hassle and possible handling noise of cables.
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Tiene buena construccion y acabado, mejor de lo que yo esperaba, y me sorprendio que vinieran en un empaque muy protegido; es claro que su precio indica que es una boom pole de introducción, un paso adelante de lo amateur para no utilizar elementos caseros, es decir para personas que quieren darle a sus video o tomas de sonido una mejor producción, supongo ademas que su duracion dependera del cuidado que se tenga en su manipulación y en la fuerza de ajuste en las secciones, que por cierto no necesita gran fuerza ni torque para sustentarlo en la longitud; me sorprendio además el hecho que no se flexara con un zepelin y pistol grip pesado, como se observa en las fotos
1. Very lightweight
2. Easy to expand/collapse
3. Compact (great for recording in tight spaces or for transporting on long hauls)
4. Noise from handling is minimal during recording (handling any boom requires good technique to avoid ANY sound transference)
Probably the only thing negative I can think of with this pole (which is true for most poles) is that affixing the microphone wire along the pole can sometimes create unwanted tapping. Of course, this is where pole technique comes into play but more importantly, how you set up your rig. The more expensive poles have a feature where the XLR connection runs through the inside of pole however that feature worth the price you pay, I'm sure.
If you already own a good supply of equipment or are operating simultaneous sound recordings, this is will make a great backup. But if you're like me, working on a very tight (and low) budget, this IS DEFINITELY WORTH the investment. I'm very happy with it
For the price, this boom is a steal! It will get you 1000% better audio than in-camera mics and 250% better audio than on-camera shotguns. Perfect for interviews-on-the-fly. I can even shoot video with one hand and hold the boom with the other. Just don't do it for long.