The V-Mic D4 Mini lets you capture great audio without the need for bulky audio gear. Just plug it into your camera’s microphone input and you’re ready to go.
The V-Mic D4 Mini runs completely off of the 3V Plug-In Power provided by your camera’s microphone jack. Plus, the 3V Plug-In Power is passed along through the 3.5mm input jack on the V-Mic D4 Mini, allowing you to use passive TRS lavalier microphones.
The V-Mic D4 Mini ships with an included TRS to TRRS cable. This makes it compatible with mobile devices and can be adapted to iPhones using the headphone to a lightning dongle. Never record with your phone's mic again.
The V-Mic D4 Mini also has a very special feature that exemplifies our company motto of “Do More. Carry Less.” Its 3.5mm AUX input sends audio to the right channel of your camera – perfect for adding a lav mic or micro wireless receiver. No longer do you need to buy special splitter cables. No more cable mess.
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|Transducer Principles||Prepolarized Condenser|
|Frequency Range||20Hz ~ 20kHz|
|Sensitivity||-38 dBV/Pa at 1 kHz|
|Signal to Noise Ratio||74dB|
|Max SPL||134 dB SPL (@1KHZ, 1%THD into 1kΩ)|
|Output Port||3.5 mm TRS Female|
|Input Port||3.5 mm TRS Female|
|Operating Voltage||1 to 5 V (Plug-In Power)|
|Dimensions||ø: 0.7 x L: 3.1" / ø: 1.9 x L: 7.8 cm|
|Weight||1 oz / 28 g|
Make sure you are using the TRS to TRRS cable when using a smartphone. It is key that the TRRS connector is plugged into the smartphone and the TRS connector is plugged into the V-Mic D4 Mini.
Make sure your camera provides PiP (Plug-In Power) / Bias Voltage on the 3.5mm mic input. Most cameras do supply this but some cameras like the GoPro can turn off its PiP. Canon video cameras from the Vixia and C-Series Cinema line do not supply PiP.
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