Excerpt: I use this microphone in filming sporting events with my Canon XF100. The signal is significantly louder than the on board mic on the XF100 so at loud events like sports arenas you may want to attenuate the signal. The stock cable that comes with this mic is 5 feet long.
Pros: Clear Sound, Easy To Use, Great Clean Stereo Signal, Lightweight
Excerpt: Audio Technic engineers help me to select this mic for the gig i was going to do recording very loud band in a club when the sound guy wouldn't let you hook to sound board. With the adjustments on mic and camera i was able to record in a room with 150db without distorion once you fine your sweet...
Pros: Clear Sound, Durable, Easy To Use, Versatile
Excerpt: I upgraded to this microphone from the Rode Stereo VidMic (3.5mm microphone adapter). With this being my first XLR Mic I was excited to use it based on the other reviews I have read, and the sound samples I listened to. This microphone is amazing. Audio recorded sounds very rich and clear.
Pros: Clear Sound, Compact, Durable, Easy To Use, Lightweight, Versatile
Excerpt: I record nature sounds, particularly close lightning strikes. I use this on an EX-1 with a Rycote windjammer. I have tried so many microphones and many of them cannot handle the db thunder of a close lightning strike, the mics tend to "collapse" causing a crackle.
Excerpt: I have experiences of stereo mics, AKG, SONY, RODE, Audio Technica for recording of classic music. Recently I had a chance to bring my PB4025 and NT-4 to concert hall for my friends of string quartet. I could compare the two mics under the exact same condition.
Pros: Clear Sound, Compact, Easy To Use, Lightweight
Excerpt: I do a lot of ambient recording using a Sound Devices 702 recorder and have tried various microphone setups. I generally record very quiet settings with a large dynamic range of sound. I was first drawn to this microphone by the reviews I found online.
Pros: Clear Sound, Compact, Easy To Use, Versatile, Very low self noise