Posted on 7/8/2014 1:10:00 PM
DSLR is basically a still photo camera. It isn't made for filmmaking. Most of the DSLR has weak internal pre-amp. RODE designed VideoMic Pro specifically for DSLR for better audio acquisition.
RODE added a +20db switch on VideoMic Pro. From the camera audio menu, turn the audio level all the way to zero but one notch up. With the +20db amplification, it eliminates significantly the noise level associated with the DSLR internal pre-amp.
Adam Forgione from Pennylane Productions created a tutorial to demonstrate the difference on settings on VideoMic Pro and DSLR settings to achieve the best result.
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