Excerpt: My first wind muff and I must say, top of the line! Fits perfectly around my ntg-2. I'm using it for recording on a sail boat and it muffles the high wind speeds so well that I'm left with near perfect sound. So glad I went with this one. I know the price is a little steep, but its a worth while product. Better to buy this once than buy a cheaper one and end up buying yet another one because you're not satisfied with the results.
Excerpt: only 2 weeks ago I was recording sound using two Sennheiser ME66 with two of these installed to the Roland R-26, on the waterfront in Redhook in crazy wind and they worked really great! The sound from C100 on camera microphones was completely unusable not even for syncing...
Excerpt: This windshield is good value for the money and does a decent job in keeping wind noise away from the microphone. However it is important to see the direction of the wind and to make sure that the wind is not flowing into the head of the microphone (This is for a shotgun microphone which is very directional).If that is the case it will pick up enough noise to degrade the quality of your audio.I use this with my 70D & NTG 1.A wrap around design would have made this...
Excerpt: I have this windshield for my NTG2 and it is great. I have not had any issues with the wind. I haven't had it on a super windy day, but I have used during a couple windy shoots, and it works great.
Pros: Durable, Easy To Use, Great Sound Quality, Lightweight
Excerpt: We purchased this mic as part of our FIRST shotgun mic kit for a small start up HDSLR Video production company. We put this on a Rode NTG-2 Mic. Pros: Fits on snug and easily Does not interfere with shock mount or changing batteries Looks legit, adds to your professional look Seems to drop wind noise very well Cons: None so far Recommended
Excerpt: I thought the WS6 would be my answer for wild wind, but it doesn't do the trick for me. I live at a place were the weather changes drastically, a soft breeze becomes an intense wind in matter of seconds. I think the price is a little high and the information around the internet is misleading. I definitely would recommend a zeppelin windshield if you're planning record some audio outdoors.