Capture sound richness from musical tones to the calls of nature with the 50 Hz-16 kHz range. Even the quietest are sensitively recorded at -42 dB.
Canon's Directional Stereo Microphone DM-E1 easily mounts on a hot shoe and connects to compatible EOS camera's 3.5mm mic sockets for quality results.
Easily switch between 90° and 120° patterns for high quality stereo sound or use shotgun (mono) mode to clearly record subjects direct to camera.
A compact design makes it easy to carry the DM-E1 Directional Stereo Microphone and its lightweight button lithium battery keeps weight to a minimum.
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