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  1. Hello People,I'm italian and I don't speak English very well but I hope you understand me.
    So, I have to buy a shotgun microphone, I already have the videomic pro (rode) and now I would upgrade.
    Thanks
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    I wish my French was as good as your English.
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    Here's a link to B&H, one of the larger US stores that carries professional gear. It may give you an idea what's available. It's just for reference, not suggesting you would buy from them. http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/buy/Shotgun/ci/8533/N/4291086008

    It would help if you gave more information, mainly on what you want to use the microphone for and why you might want an upgrade.

    We do have some knowledgeable members here concerning audio and microphones.

    And welcome to our forums.
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  4. Originally Posted by redwudz View Post
    Here's a link to B&H, one of the larger US stores that carries professional gear. It may give you an idea what's available. It's just for reference, not suggesting you would buy from them. http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/buy/Shotgun/ci/8533/N/4291086008

    It would help if you gave more information, mainly on what you want to use the microphone for and why you might want an upgrade.

    We do have some knowledgeable members here concerning audio and microphones.

    And welcome to our forums.
    Thank you for the specifications and for the link, however, I use the microphone for video and i want the upgrade beacuse I would like more sound quality. Ah! I film making with Dslr (650D Canon)
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    Look at some of the Rode products on the BH site. You will find what you think you want.

    Mic placement and mic type are crucial to getting good sound. A good quality microphone stuck on top of a camera will certainly reduce handling noise, but the overall quality will be only marginally better than canon's built-in microphone.
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