SONY F-115 WEATHER RESISTANT HANDHELD OMNIDIRECTIONAL DYNAMIC MICROPHONE+CABLE

Sony

$ 199.00 

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with pouch, no clip or manual
The Sony F-115 Weather Resistant Handheld Microphone is built tough and delivers professional sound during ENG (Electronic News Gathering), field recording, and broadcast applications in adverse weather conditions. Its all metal housing and attached 9.8' long cable provide protection against moisture, wind noise, etc. The F-115B features an omnidirectional polar pattern and dynamic element for great sensitivity and pick-up from all directions. Its capsule is internally shockmounted for added protection and noise-free handling.
    Ideal for use in adverse weather conditions
    Newly developed omnidirectional mic capsule for clear sound pick-up from any direction
Transducer     Dynamic
Polar Pattern     Omnidirectional
Frequency Response     40Hz to 12kHz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio     Induction Noise from External Magnetic Field: 5dB SPL or less
Wind Noise: Less than 40dB SPL
Power Requirements     None
Output Connectors     3-pin XLR
Pad     No
Low Frequency Roll-Off     No
Dimensions (LxDiameter)     8 x 1 - 2.50" (20.32 x 2.54 - 6.35cm)
9.8' (298.70cm)
Weight     11.5 oz (326.02 g)

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