Azden Introduces SGM-250MX Compact Cine Microphone 

Azden has introduced the SGM-250MX, a new cine microphone for video and film production with a supercardioid pickup pattern for rejecting side noise.

Azden said the new microphone, to ship in July, 2019, has a compact size ideal for mounting on compact cinema cameras that use the Mini XLR input. It is powered by standard 48V phantom power and built in Japan.

The mic has high sensitivity and a low noise condenser microphone element. It also has wide frequency response for accurate audio capture. The mic features an all metal alloy case and has a 10-year warranty with online registration.

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