At IBC 2022 in Amsterdam, focusing on the needs of film and TV productions, DPA Microphones is highlighting a range of technology including its 4097 Core Micro Shotgun Microphone.
“These new offerings are a direct result of the innovation and forward-thinking response to the needs of the industry,” says Anne Berggrein, vice president of sales and marketing, DPA Microphones. “We are excited to finally be back on the IBC show floor to present these solutions in-person to our colleagues and customers.”
Featuring the same sonic qualities as the brand’s other supercardioid microphones, the 4097 Core Micro Shotgun Microphone has been optimized to pick up speech from a distance. Initially designed for plant miking applications, it is ideal for small spaces because of its compact footprint and clear audio pickup. The sonic qualities of the 4097 Core Micro Shotgun are particularly beneficial for placing mics in inconspicuous locations as it enables location sound experts to capture sound from anywhere on set. Used in combination with DPA boom mics and lavaliers, the 4097 Core Micro Shotgun becomes the final piece of a complete microphone package to meet the needs of any TV or film production.
When selected as part of the company’s new 4097 Core Interview Kit, which includes a lightweight boom and windjammer, the mic enables interviews to be conducted from up to two meters away, making it the perfect tool for single-reporter interview applications. Additionally, used in conjunction with DPA’s lightweight MMA-A Digital Audio Interface, the 4097 Core Micro Shotgun becomes a complete remote recording package.
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