The World’s Best-Selling VideoMics

RØDE VideoMics are the go-to on-camera microphones for content creators the world over. Since 2004, we have been making high-quality video mics suitable for a wide range of applications – professional filmmaking, vlogging and everything in-between. Today, when creators think video mic, they think RØDE. From compact options for smartphones to full-featured professional mics, there’s something in the range to take your audio to the next level. Take a look at our VideoMic range.

VIDEOMIC CATEGORIES

DIRECTIONAL VIDEOMICS

DIRECTIONAL VIDEOMICS

Directional video mics are ideal for a huge array of applications in filmmaking, from recording dialogue, to capturing on-set ambience and reference audio, to tracking Foley. Our directional mics feature a tight polar pattern for superior side sound rejection, professional-grade Rycote® Lyre® shock mounting for reducing handling noise, and rugged construction. All of our mics are designed and made in Australia and are backed by our industry-leading warranty.

STEREO VIDEOMICS

STEREO VIDEOMICS

For filmmakers looking to capture a more realistic and immersive audio scene, a stereo VideoMic is the perfect solution. These mics feature a matched pair of 1⁄2” condenser capsules in XY stereo configuration and are perfect for recording atmospheric ambience, live music, immersive broadcast audio and sports. Like our directional mic range, our stereo VideoMics feature professional-grade Rycote® Lyre® shock mounting for reducing handling noise, rugged construction, and are designed and made in Australia and are backed by our industry-leading warranty.

MOBILE VIDEOMICS

MOBILE VIDEOMICS

Despite the leaps and bounds that mobile phone cameras have come in the last decade, smartphone filmmakers are faced with one major challenge: their on-board mics produce poor-quality sound. RØDE’s mobile VideoMics are the antidote to this problem. Compact and lightweight, these microphones plug directly into your smartphone’s headphone jack ­– no mounting needed – and they feature high-quality components found in our other VideoMics. They can be fitted for primary camera or front camera ('selfie') use and feature a 3.5mm headphone jack for monitoring audio on-the-fly.

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VideoMicro

An ultra-compact and durable mic, ideal for use with DSLRs, compact cameras and smartphones. Perfect for vloggers, travel videographers and run ‘n’ gun filmmakers.

VideoMic GO

A lightweight microphone that is super simple to operate, the VideoMic GO Perfect for vloggers and run ‘n’ gun filmmakers who need a compact directional on-camera mic.

VideoMic

With a gain PAD and high-pass filter, the VideoMic is perfect for filmmakers who like the directionality of the VideoMic GO, but are looking for more flexibility.

VideoMic Pro

The industry standard on-camera microphone, the VideoMic Pro is a great option for recording both primary and reference audio in a wide range of filmmaking situations.

VideoMic Pro+

The top of the VideoMic range, the VideoMic Pro+ is used by many top filmmakers and content creators, delivering broadcast-quality audio in a wide range of filmmaking applications.

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Stereo VideoMic Pro

The industry standard in on-camera stereo audio capture, with a matched pair of high-quality condenser capsules that deliver an accurate soundscape in any environment.

Stereo VideoMic X

The ultimate broadcast-grade stereo mic for on-camera use, the Stereo VideoMic X is suitable for the most critical stereo recordings for filmmaking, sports broadcast and more.

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VideoMic Me

A compact directional mic that plugs directly into compatible smartphones via the TRRS headphone socket, vastly improving audio quality.

VideoMic me-l

A compact directional mic that plugs directly into compatible Apple devices (iPhone & iPad) via Lightning port, vastly improving audio quality.

An ultra-compact and durable mic, ideal for use with DSLRs, compact cameras and smartphones. Perfect for vloggers, travel videographers and run ‘n’ gun filmmakers.

A lightweight microphone that is super simple to operate, the VideoMic GO Perfect for vloggers and run ‘n’ gun filmmakers who need a compact directional on-camera mic.

With a gain PAD and high-pass filter, the VideoMic is perfect for filmmakers who like the directionality of the VideoMic GO, but are looking for more flexibility.

The industry standard on-camera microphone, the VideoMic Pro is a great option for recording both primary and reference audio in a wide range of filmmaking situations.

The top of the VideoMic range, the VideoMic Pro+ is used by many top filmmakers and content creators, delivering broadcast-quality audio in a wide range of filmmaking applications.

The industry standard in on-camera stereo audio capture, with a matched pair of high-quality condenser capsules that deliver an accurate soundscape in any environment.

The ultimate broadcast-grade stereo mic for on-camera use, the Stereo VideoMic X is suitable for the most critical stereo recordings for filmmaking, sports broadcast and more.

A compact directional mic that plugs directly into compatible smartphones via the TRRS headphone socket, vastly improving audio quality.

A compact directional mic that plugs directly into compatible Apple devices (iPhone & iPad) via Lightning port, vastly improving audio quality.

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