Electro-Voice RE20

Electro Voice classic studio Microphones

The classic 635A live interview wired microphone is the most popular (ENG) electronic news gathering mic in the world. It delivers great sound and is known as “The Buchanan Hammer”—a nod to EV’s ancestral Michigan home—for its rugged durability. Also available in black (model: 635A/B).

The 635N/D-B has the same “hammer-like” toughness and classic performance and reputation as the 635A with the added benefit of increased output from its neodymium magnet structure.

A dynamic supercardioid microphone designed for the most exacting professional use. EV’s Variable-D™ design keeps frequency response uniform regardless of directionality. An integral blast filter permits handheld and outdoor use without “P-popping” or excessive wind noise.

The RE20 dynamic cardioid microphone is truly an industry standard, a firm favorite among broadcasters and sound engineers worldwide. Its popularity also extends into music production as a premium grade instrument microphone. Its Variable-D™ design and heavy-duty internal pop filter excel for close-in voice work, while an internal element shock-mount reduces vibration-induced noise.

The RE27N/D is a high-performance, neodymium-equipped industry-standard broadcast microphone. Superb resolution and depth for voice and instruments have also made the versatile RE27N/D a favorite of recording studios and live sound engineers around the world.

The RE50B is the industry standard for handheld interview mics in broadcast television production. Used on interviews with everyone from the President of the United States to the family next door, the RE50B is heard and seen in the reporting of news correspondents around the globe.

The RE50N/D-B delivers all of the outstanding performance of the industry-standard RE50B with the added benefit of a high-output neodymium capsule magnet. A top choice in broadcast television production where the additional gain of a neodymium capsule is well-suited for particular camera or recording device inputs.

The RE92L is a professional-quality miniature cardioid electret condenser lavalier microphone. Its excellent sound quality and small size make it the perfect choice for miking speech in house of worship, broadcast, presentation and theater applications. Terminated with three-pin XLR.

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by frobs11

I'd call it the best camera for that price. I'd go for it.
FYI, Downsides are:
* Limited lens compatibility (no autofocus motor, so many Nikon lenses won't work)
* Autofocus is slow enough to be completely useless in live view mode (try it in a store)
* Video mode isn't up to par with Canon and friends. You get limited resolution, awkward frame rate, horrible audio (11kHz with low quality built-in microphone, and no microphone input, and the kit lens will give you lots of image stabilizer noise).
Stepping up, Canon 550D is an amazing camera (albeit without the pivot LCD)

Electro Voice Electro Voice RE-20 Cardioid Microphone
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  • Professional-quality dynamic cardioid microphone
  • Heavy-duty internal pop filter reduces proximity effects
  • Internal element shock mount reduces vibration-induced noise
  • Blast and wind filters cover each acoustic opening
  • Frequency response: 45Hz-18kHz

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  • Classic NDYM sound.
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  • Superior multistage shock mount and Warm Grip handle for unmatched low handling noise.
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Which microphone is better: Shure SM58 or PL80 Electro voice?

The pickup patterns are a little different, other than that they're both pretty typical hand-held mics. The EV will reject better to the sides, the 58 rejects directly behind. Both companies make excellent and reliable mics, the price range is about the same. The old sound guy joke about the 58 was you could use it as a hammer to build the stage, then just put it on a stand and run the gig. They will have some slight differences in the tone, so if it's at all possible try doing a shoot-out between the mics. Run them to the same system through the same board and use your voice to make th…

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