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Rode Blimp MkII

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Windshield System

  • Two movable Rycote holders
  • Integrated Mogami XLR connecting cables
  • Angle adjustable pistol grip with XLR connector in the base
  • Suitable for Rode NTG-1, NTG-2, NTG-3 and other shotgun microphones up to a length of 325 mm
  • Incl. fur windshield dead wombat
Component type Windshield System
Numer artykułu 343359
219 € 1 008,20 zł
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Robert000 24.04.2017
Co prawda nie mam jeszcze porównania np. z produktami Cinela ale ciezko wyobrazic mi sobie, zeby róznica byla tak duza jak kilkukrotna róznica w cenie.

Robi robote, dziala super, wykonczenie super. Bez tego nie da sie dobrze nagrywac na dworze :). A i w warunkach studyjnych chroni mikrofon przez np. ochlapaniem woda, uderzeniem itd.
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Solidna oslona przeciwwietrzna.
Wiosel 12.05.2017
Uzywana do nagrywania ambientów oraz na planach filmowych.

Sprawdza sie w 100% razem z futrem które jest w zestawie. Bez zarzutów dziala nawet przy silniejszym wietrze.

Jedyna wada w nowym modelu(MkII) jest zawieszenie, które mimo tego ze jest znacznie lzejsze to jednak slabo sprawdza sie przy ciezszych mikrofonach np. Sennheiser mkh 416.

Ze wzgledu na dobry stosunek jakosci do ceny polecam wszystkim do nagran na planach filmowych lub w zespolach
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Decent low cost windjammer. For the price, quite good even.
LutherD 12.06.2020
I'm a field recordist and use this blimp mainly with stereo microphones or similar setups, also doing a lot of nature recording.

The Rode Blimp MkII is a big improvement over the MkI. it is lighter, sounds better, and the use of rycote's lyre system is a big plus.

While it's sound and ergonomics can't be compared to the more pricier alternatives like rycote or cinela, it will provide you with a decent amount of protection against wind. There a bit more muffling of the sound than the pricier alternatives. (Any windjammer muffles the sound somewhat, the Rode blimp a tad more than it's higher end competitors).
But it is still a decent blimp for the price. And if you're on a budget but need a windjammer, this is the cheapest one. It works from light to moderately stong winds.

I've used it for almost 4 years now and I think it is quite sturdy, I travelled a fair bit with it, and apart from a few scratches on the handle it almost looks new. I do put it in a PVC pipe when it needs to go in checked luggage.

The biggest dissappointment is the fact that you can't get a stereo conbox. I often use this with a stereo mic, but instead of the conbox, I just use a short 5pin xlr lead that I feed into the handle.

Another dissappointment is that the connections of the lyres to the rail is not compatible with other lyres from Rycote. so you can't replace the lyres in the blimp with for example a duo lyre from. At least not like that. I now use a 3D printed adaptor that actually lets me swap out the lyres (I use the duo with heavier stereo mics).

If you need to boom a long time, the weight of the blimpmkII might become an issue. for short runs it's fine. and withaout the blimp it also works as a good pistol grip.

In short, if you're on a budget but need a blimp, this will work well, especially for dialogue. If you need to record critical ambiances, or need to work in heavy wind, you might need to look at pricier alternatives.
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light, transparent sounding and no booming issues!
Anonimowy 12.01.2016
The quality is very good, but as with any blimp, you don't want to sit on it! This isn't one of those hard blimps from years ago, it's a squishy modern beast.

Compared to the competition it is a bit on the girthy side, which can be annoying when packing the thing away, especially when you're also traveling with heavy grip equipment, you don't want a C-stand rolling over onto this large rodent of a blimp! But as long as you know this thing isn't indestructible like a piece of grip account, you'll be absolutely fine. Blimps used day in day out, will inevitably have to be replaced, but this Rode sells for such a great price, that this isn't a real pain in the wallet.

Performance? Well it's pretty much stunning, I always use it with the wind muff, so keep that in mind. You can put this thing through gale force winds and you'll get clean audio, no distortion, the high frequencies don't sound muffled! It's a very transparent "sounding" blimp, unlike some others.

When booming, the support - Rycote's Lyre system, along with the microphone cable shows it's excellence, there is no problem when booming this mic.

The only thing I would prefer, would be for it to be narrower. It would be easier to pack, better for ENG work (Electronic News Gathering) as a narrower blimp makes for an easier to maneuver blimp on a pole.

You can't really go wrong with this blimp, it's not Rycote expensive and just as good!
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