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SMX-10

Azden

SMX-10

Directional Stereo Video Microphone

Product Code: AZD-SMX-10

Suggested Retail Price £100+VAT

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  • Directional Stereo Video Microphone
  • Designed for use with interchangeable lens cameras
  • Directional stereo microphone
  • Wide frequency response
  • Low-cut frequency filter
  • Works with AAA battery or plug-in power
  • 3.5mm mini-plug stereo output
  • Comes with SMH-X shock mount and windscreen

Specifications

  • Connector Type: 3.5mm Stereo mini-plug
  • Dimensions: Ø18.2mm X 177mm (Ø 0.72” X 7.97”)
  • Directionality: Stereo Cardioid
  • Frequency Response: 100-20,000Hz
  • Impedance: 1.5k Ohms
  • Low-Cut Filter: 6dB/Octave at 200Hz
  • Microphone Type: Electret Condenser
  • Power Requirement: 1x AAA (1.5V) Battery
  • S/N Ratio: 60dB (1 kHz at 1Pa)
  • Sensitivity: -40dB at 1kHz (0dB=1V/Pa)
  • SPL (Sound Pressure Level) : 100dB (1kHz at 1% T.H.D.)
  • Weight: 52g (2.9oz)

Vastly improve the sound of your videos with Azden microphones; proudly handcrafted in Japan. The SMX-10 is a directional stereo microphone capable of capturing natural stereo sound with reduced noise compared to a camera’s built-in microphone.

The included shock mount holder facilitates on-camera mounting and isolates the microphone from handling and motor noise. The included windscreen helps reduce wind noise during outdoor shooting. The SMX-10 will perform great in any situation and is best suited for action videos, musical performances and nature scenes.

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SWS-100

High Performance Faux Fur Windscreen
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SMH-X

Shock absorbing, camera mount, microphone holder
[AZD-SMH-X]

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SWS-10

Furry Windshield Cover for SMX-10 and SGM-990 microphones
[AZD-SWS-10]

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  • SMX-10 Microphone
  • SMH-X Shock mount mic holder
  • Foam windscreen
  • Manual
SMX-10 and SGM-990+i Microphones
SMX-10 and SGM-990+i Microphones

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