SKU: GC77-WS12

Rode WS12 Deluxe Windshield for VideoMic GO II

RODE WS12 Deluxe Windshield For VideoMic GO II

The WS12 is a professional-grade windshield for the R√òDE VideoMic GO II microphone. Featuring open cell foam covered by synthetic fur, it is designed to minimise wind noise and plosives when recording. Includes a wind seal made of synthetic rubber to block any unused sockets (USB-C or 3.5mm) on the microphone, preventing wind from entering the rear of the microphone.

Features:

High-performance windshield for R√òDE VideoMic GO II

For use in high-wind conditions

Acoustically transparent synthetic fur

Easy to fit and remove

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RODE WS12 Deluxe Windshield For VideoMic GO II

The WS12 is a professional-grade windshield for the R√òDE VideoMic GO II microphone. Featuring open cell foam covered by synthetic fur, it is designed to minimise wind noise and plosives when recording. Includes a wind seal made of synthetic rubber to block any unused sockets (USB-C or 3.5mm) on the microphone, preventing wind from entering the rear of the microphone.

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