SKU: GC47-KB-MXLR-16-BK

Kondor Blue Mini XLR to XLR for Blackmagic Pocket 4K/6K Camera - Black - 40cm

Kondor Blue Mini XLR to XLR for Blackmagic Pocket 4K/6K Camera - Black - 40cm

Connect a microphone or audio mixer to your Canon C70 or Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K or 4K with this black Mini-XLR Male to XLR Female Audio Cable from Kondor Blue. This 16" long cable connects to the camera's 48V mono input with the 3-pin mini-XLR male connector, and on the other end is a standard 3-pin XLR female connector to plug into your mic or mixer.


Compatibility

Canon C70 camera

Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K and 4K

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Kondor Blue Mini XLR to XLR for Blackmagic Pocket 4K/6K Camera - Black - 40cm

Connect a microphone or audio mixer to your Canon C70 or Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K or 4K with this black Mini-XLR Male to XLR Female Audio Cable from Kondor Blue. This 16" long cable connects to the camera's 48V mono input with the 3-pin mini-XLR male connector, and on the other end is a standard 3-pin XLR female connector to plug into your mic or mixer.

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