Short intro regarding equipment, uses, etc.
for example: Yeti microphones are a good choice for making voice recordings, such as for podcasts, lectures, video guides, music and voice overs. They require a computer or other audio recording equipment to function.
Rode videomics are good for use in light and quick video productions, as they can be plugged directly into your camera and mounted to the hotshoe plate, offering a bump in audio quality with relatively little effort.
We also have more conventional microphones, such as the Rode NTG2 or Shure SM58, which can connected via XLR to more conventional studio/audio equipment. These are designed for more professional productions.
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More info about the specific item, how it compares to other equipment we have, for example: The Yeti microphone is a good all round microphone that connects through USB and offers a number of sound patterns to choose from.
The Yeti Pro offers more high resolution audio recording than the standard yeti, as well as the ability to connect it through an analog XLR connection to more conventional studio gear.