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Rode DDC-VMPR DeadCat Artificial Fur Microphone Wind Shield For Videomic Pro-R
Rode DDC-VMPR DeadCat Artificial Fur Microphone Wind Shield For Videomic Pro-R
Rode DDC-VMPR DeadCat Artificial Fur Microphone Wind Shield For Videomic Pro-R
Rode DDC-VMPR DeadCat Artificial Fur Microphone Wind Shield For Videomic Pro-R

Rode DDC-VMPR DeadCat Artificial Fur Microphone Wind Shield For Videomic Pro-R

Rode DDC-VMPR DeadCat Artificial Fur Microphone Wind Shield For Videomic Pro-R
Rode DDC-VMPR DeadCat Artificial Fur Microphone Wind Shield For Videomic Pro-R
Rode DDC-VMPR DeadCat Artificial Fur Microphone Wind Shield For Videomic Pro-R
Rode DDC-VMPR DeadCat Artificial Fur Microphone Wind Shield For Videomic Pro-R
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  • Furry wind cover for the VideoMic Pro
  • Weight: 13 gm
  • Dimension (H x W x D): 150 x 95 x 30 mm

Description

The Dead Cat VMP is a furry wind cover for the VideoMic Pro, designed for use in windy environments. Its artificial fur is specially designed so as to minimize wind noise while remaining acoustically transparent.


Item Weight 0.704 ounces


Product Dimensions 1 x 1 x 1 inches


ASIN B014WEIHKE


Item model number DDCVMPR


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 1,792 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #4,768 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments) #108 in Microphone Windscreens & Pop Filters #1,829 in Music Recording Equipment


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available October 10, 2015


Color Name Gray


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Features

  • ENSURE YOU BUY GENIUNE RØDE PRODUCTS! Products from sellers which say ‘fulfilled by Amazon’ under the price are NOT authorized resellers, and may not be selling genuine product.
  • Buy only from Amazon.com (labelled ‘shipped and sold by Amazon.com’)
  • Furry wind cover for the VideoMic Pro
  • Weight: 13 gm
  • Dimension (H x W x D): 150 x 95 x 30 mm

Description

The Dead Cat VMP is a furry wind cover for the VideoMic Pro, designed for use in windy environments. Its artificial fur is specially designed so as to minimize wind noise while remaining acoustically transparent.


Item Weight 0.704 ounces


Product Dimensions 1 x 1 x 1 inches


ASIN B014WEIHKE


Item model number DDCVMPR


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 1,792 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #4,768 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments) #108 in Microphone Windscreens & Pop Filters #1,829 in Music Recording Equipment


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available October 10, 2015


Color Name Gray


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • ENSURE YOU BUY GENIUNE RØDE PRODUCTS! Products from sellers which say ‘fulfilled by Amazon’ under the price are NOT authorized resellers, and may not be selling genuine product.
  • Buy only from Amazon.com (labelled ‘shipped and sold by Amazon.com’)
  • Furry wind cover for the VideoMic Pro
  • Weight: 13 gm
  • Dimension (H x W x D): 150 x 95 x 30 mm

Description

The Dead Cat VMP is a furry wind cover for the VideoMic Pro, designed for use in windy environments. Its artificial fur is specially designed so as to minimize wind noise while remaining acoustically transparent.


Item Weight 0.704 ounces


Product Dimensions 1 x 1 x 1 inches


ASIN B014WEIHKE


Item model number DDCVMPR


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 1,792 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #4,768 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments) #108 in Microphone Windscreens & Pop Filters #1,829 in Music Recording Equipment


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available October 10, 2015


Color Name Gray


abunda_amazon_reviews Amazon has bundled reviews and answers together for the videomic deadcats. Heres what I've found. There are 2 versions of the VideoMic Pro; the original (with rubber bands) and the Rycote system (hence VideoMic Pro R). The rycote is the ones with the u-shaped rubber cradle setup. The deadcat for the original VMP will very snuggly fit over the VMP-R, but it distorts the stock foam and doesn't reach all the way to the back of the mic (about an inch short). The VMP-R deadcat slides over the updated mic easily and goes all the way back, there is no real pressure on the stock foam. Hope this helps someone.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 26, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Works good, but make sure you get the right one!;;Savage;;;I use the Rode VideoMic Go that came with my Canon 80D Video Creator's Kit. The VideoMic Go ships with a foam mic cover with "RODE" written all over it. It doesn't work very well against the wind--so I bought this DeadCat. First I took off the RODE foam cover. Next I tried to slide on the DeadCat. However, it was a very tight fit. Initially, it seemed like I wouldn't be able to get it all the way on. Then I figured out that inside the DeadCat is a foam cover--the same as my original RODE foam cover (just without "RODE" written all over it). What was happening, was the foam cover was getting all squished inside the DeadCat when I was sliding it onto the mic--preventing me from getting it on all the way. I took the foam cover out from inside the DeadCat, and put it on the mic. Then I put the DeadCat on over the foam cover. It took some fiddling--but I eventually got it on. I took it to my kid's football practice, and shot some video with my Canon 80D. There was a 10-15mph breeze that day. In my video clips, I can hear some muffled wind noise, but overall, it's 90% better than shooting without the DeadCat. I recommend getting this if you've got the Rode VideoMic Go, and plan to shoot outdoors. It isn't expensive, it fits very snugly, and it gets rid of 90% of the wind noise.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 1, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Works OK in breezy conditions;;Russell Robinson;;;I bought the dead cat for my Rode DDCGO DeadCat Go and it fitted all snuggly. It helps with the wind for sure, not sure about those 100mph + gusts of wind though so, if anyone got into that kind of environment, please let me know what was your experience. I use this mostly indoors next to my window on my workstation for vlogs. I also did used this on parties with loud DJ's the mic alone does a really good job but, this has helped it even more with crispy sounds. PROs: - Does what it is intended to do for the winds - Looks cool and literally looks like a dead cat Cons: - Calling it dead cat in public with cat lovers sounds like I offended them;;Reviewed in the United States on September 23, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Winds Vs Dead Cat = Dead Cat Wins After Some Sound Editing;;BrotherKehn;;;I purchased this as a replacement for my ProAim microphone blimp. I have used the deadcat that came with that blimp for years in 25 mile an hour winds with no wind noise. Unfortunately you can't buy replacement deadcats from ProAim, you have to buy a whole new blimp. This deadcat/wombat design is poor. The fur is not near as dense as the ProAim deadcat (which is not known for having high quality products). I get wind noise in anything over 10mph with this deadcat. The bottom of this deadcat also is not able to be fully closed. There is a drawstring, but the majority of it still has a gap. Other deadcats have zippers or velcro to fully close the gap. Having this gap can allow wind to get into the blimp and cause noise. It also sheds hair like a dog. I expect more from Rode and more for $50.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 20, 2017;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Not good over 10mph winds.;;Jeremy A. Davis;;;Using this on my Zoom H4n, mounted on my Canon 7D, shooting for Uncle Sam in Afghanistan. I quickly discovered that the Zoom was really bad about wind noise, whether it's actual wind, if you're moving, or if you're speaking into it. If you've invested in a Zoom, you absolutely must get this product. You're not getting professional quality audio without it. I was concerned about it coming off in heavy wind environments, like aboard helicopters (where I often find myself). No problems at all, yet. Strong crosswinds, full sprints, no wind noise at all. The only time I've discovered wind noise was directly under a Chinook helicopter last week. Of course, the video from that is completely useless because I was trying to save myself and my rig from being blown across the Afghan desert. So, this thing will stop anything, provided you don't have a tornado 10 feet in front of you.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 7, 2012;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Good enough for Afghanistan;;A guy in his 30s

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Savage - Reviewed in the United States on April 26, 2017
Works good, but make sure you get the right one!
Amazon has bundled reviews and answers together for the videomic deadcats. Heres what I've found. There are 2 versions of the VideoMic Pro; the original (with rubber bands) and the Rycote system (hence VideoMic Pro R). The rycote is the ones with the u-shaped rubber cradle setup. The deadcat for the original VMP will very snuggly fit over the VMP-R, but it distorts the stock foam and doesn't reach all the way to the back of the mic (about an inch short). The VMP-R deadcat slides over the updated mic easily and goes all the way back, there is no real pressure on the stock foam. Hope this helps someone.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Russell Robinson - Reviewed in the United States on September 1, 2018
Works OK in breezy conditions
I use the Rode VideoMic Go that came with my Canon 80D Video Creator's Kit. The VideoMic Go ships with a foam mic cover with "RODE" written all over it. It doesn't work very well against the wind--so I bought this DeadCat. First I took off the RODE foam cover. Next I tried to slide on the DeadCat. However, it was a very tight fit. Initially, it seemed like I wouldn't be able to get it all the way on. Then I figured out that inside the DeadCat is a foam cover--the same as my original RODE foam cover (just without "RODE" written all over it). What was happening, was the foam cover was getting all squished inside the DeadCat when I was sliding it onto the mic--preventing me from getting it on all the way. I took the foam cover out from inside the DeadCat, and put it on the mic. Then I put the DeadCat on over the foam cover. It took some fiddling--but I eventually got it on. I took it to my kid's football practice, and shot some video with my Canon 80D. There was a 10-15mph breeze that day. In my video clips, I can hear some muffled wind noise, but overall, it's 90% better than shooting without the DeadCat. I recommend getting this if you've got the Rode VideoMic Go, and plan to shoot outdoors. It isn't expensive, it fits very snugly, and it gets rid of 90% of the wind noise.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By BrotherKehn - Reviewed in the United States on September 23, 2017
Winds Vs Dead Cat = Dead Cat Wins After Some Sound Editing
I bought the dead cat for my Rode DDCGO DeadCat Go and it fitted all snuggly. It helps with the wind for sure, not sure about those 100mph + gusts of wind though so, if anyone got into that kind of environment, please let me know what was your experience. I use this mostly indoors next to my window on my workstation for vlogs. I also did used this on parties with loud DJ's the mic alone does a really good job but, this has helped it even more with crispy sounds. PROs: - Does what it is intended to do for the winds - Looks cool and literally looks like a dead cat Cons: - Calling it dead cat in public with cat lovers sounds like I offended them

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Jeremy A. Davis - Reviewed in the United States on June 20, 2017
Not good over 10mph winds.
I purchased this as a replacement for my ProAim microphone blimp. I have used the deadcat that came with that blimp for years in 25 mile an hour winds with no wind noise. Unfortunately you can't buy replacement deadcats from ProAim, you have to buy a whole new blimp. This deadcat/wombat design is poor. The fur is not near as dense as the ProAim deadcat (which is not known for having high quality products). I get wind noise in anything over 10mph with this deadcat. The bottom of this deadcat also is not able to be fully closed. There is a drawstring, but the majority of it still has a gap. Other deadcats have zippers or velcro to fully close the gap. Having this gap can allow wind to get into the blimp and cause noise. It also sheds hair like a dog. I expect more from Rode and more for $50.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By A guy in his 30s - Reviewed in the United States on June 7, 2012
Good enough for Afghanistan
Using this on my Zoom H4n, mounted on my Canon 7D, shooting for Uncle Sam in Afghanistan. I quickly discovered that the Zoom was really bad about wind noise, whether it's actual wind, if you're moving, or if you're speaking into it. If you've invested in a Zoom, you absolutely must get this product. You're not getting professional quality audio without it. I was concerned about it coming off in heavy wind environments, like aboard helicopters (where I often find myself). No problems at all, yet. Strong crosswinds, full sprints, no wind noise at all. The only time I've discovered wind noise was directly under a Chinook helicopter last week. Of course, the video from that is completely useless because I was trying to save myself and my rig from being blown across the Afghan desert. So, this thing will stop anything, provided you don't have a tornado 10 feet in front of you.

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Savage - Reviewed in the United States on April 26, 2017
Works good, but make sure you get the right one!
Amazon has bundled reviews and answers together for the videomic deadcats. Heres what I've found. There are 2 versions of the VideoMic Pro; the original (with rubber bands) and the Rycote system (hence VideoMic Pro R). The rycote is the ones with the u-shaped rubber cradle setup. The deadcat for the original VMP will very snuggly fit over the VMP-R, but it distorts the stock foam and doesn't reach all the way to the back of the mic (about an inch short). The VMP-R deadcat slides over the updated mic easily and goes all the way back, there is no real pressure on the stock foam. Hope this helps someone.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Russell Robinson - Reviewed in the United States on September 1, 2018
Works OK in breezy conditions
I use the Rode VideoMic Go that came with my Canon 80D Video Creator's Kit. The VideoMic Go ships with a foam mic cover with "RODE" written all over it. It doesn't work very well against the wind--so I bought this DeadCat. First I took off the RODE foam cover. Next I tried to slide on the DeadCat. However, it was a very tight fit. Initially, it seemed like I wouldn't be able to get it all the way on. Then I figured out that inside the DeadCat is a foam cover--the same as my original RODE foam cover (just without "RODE" written all over it). What was happening, was the foam cover was getting all squished inside the DeadCat when I was sliding it onto the mic--preventing me from getting it on all the way. I took the foam cover out from inside the DeadCat, and put it on the mic. Then I put the DeadCat on over the foam cover. It took some fiddling--but I eventually got it on. I took it to my kid's football practice, and shot some video with my Canon 80D. There was a 10-15mph breeze that day. In my video clips, I can hear some muffled wind noise, but overall, it's 90% better than shooting without the DeadCat. I recommend getting this if you've got the Rode VideoMic Go, and plan to shoot outdoors. It isn't expensive, it fits very snugly, and it gets rid of 90% of the wind noise.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By BrotherKehn - Reviewed in the United States on September 23, 2017
Winds Vs Dead Cat = Dead Cat Wins After Some Sound Editing
I bought the dead cat for my Rode DDCGO DeadCat Go and it fitted all snuggly. It helps with the wind for sure, not sure about those 100mph + gusts of wind though so, if anyone got into that kind of environment, please let me know what was your experience. I use this mostly indoors next to my window on my workstation for vlogs. I also did used this on parties with loud DJ's the mic alone does a really good job but, this has helped it even more with crispy sounds. PROs: - Does what it is intended to do for the winds - Looks cool and literally looks like a dead cat Cons: - Calling it dead cat in public with cat lovers sounds like I offended them

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Jeremy A. Davis - Reviewed in the United States on June 20, 2017
Not good over 10mph winds.
I purchased this as a replacement for my ProAim microphone blimp. I have used the deadcat that came with that blimp for years in 25 mile an hour winds with no wind noise. Unfortunately you can't buy replacement deadcats from ProAim, you have to buy a whole new blimp. This deadcat/wombat design is poor. The fur is not near as dense as the ProAim deadcat (which is not known for having high quality products). I get wind noise in anything over 10mph with this deadcat. The bottom of this deadcat also is not able to be fully closed. There is a drawstring, but the majority of it still has a gap. Other deadcats have zippers or velcro to fully close the gap. Having this gap can allow wind to get into the blimp and cause noise. It also sheds hair like a dog. I expect more from Rode and more for $50.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By A guy in his 30s - Reviewed in the United States on June 7, 2012
Good enough for Afghanistan
Using this on my Zoom H4n, mounted on my Canon 7D, shooting for Uncle Sam in Afghanistan. I quickly discovered that the Zoom was really bad about wind noise, whether it's actual wind, if you're moving, or if you're speaking into it. If you've invested in a Zoom, you absolutely must get this product. You're not getting professional quality audio without it. I was concerned about it coming off in heavy wind environments, like aboard helicopters (where I often find myself). No problems at all, yet. Strong crosswinds, full sprints, no wind noise at all. The only time I've discovered wind noise was directly under a Chinook helicopter last week. Of course, the video from that is completely useless because I was trying to save myself and my rig from being blown across the Afghan desert. So, this thing will stop anything, provided you don't have a tornado 10 feet in front of you.