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Rode SM4R - Boompole/Mic Stand Shock Mount

AU $71.80 Inc GST

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Rode SM4R - Boompole/Mic Stand Shock Mount

The SM4-R is a suspension shock mount for mounting various RØDE microphones onto a mic stand or boompole with 3/8" or 5/8" thread.

The SM4-R is equipped with dual Rycote Lyre mounts to ensure maximum isolation from any handling vibrations, four possible mounting points to suit the complete range of compatible RØDE shotgun microphones, and integrated cable management clip.

The stand mount is angle adjustable and can be locked into position to ensure sturdy and reliable mic positioning.

You can buy this Rode accessories with confidence knowing that Cameras Direct is the Rode Australia authorised reseller.

The Rode SM4r comes with a full Australian warranty from Rode Australia.

Cameras Direct since 2003. Pop into our Gold Coast camera store & warehouse or order online. We look forward to being at your SERVICE Australia wide. We look forward to helping you take a better photo soon. Thank you

Additional Information

Name Rode SM4R - Boompole/Mic Stand Shock Mount
Manufacturer Part Number SM4r
Manufacturer Rode
Special Price $71.80
Warranty Period 12 Months
External Depth 75mm
External Length 60mm
External Height 118mm
Product Type Microphone Accessory
Product Weight 124 grams

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