Amateur Videography Never Had Such Great Audio!

Have you ever wished you had a microphone that worked like the zoom lens on your camera? That’s exactly what the Sound Shark was designed to do. Never miss the chance to capture the audio of unexpected family moments because you were too far away.  They’re also great for documenting family get-togethers so you can enjoy those special moments for years to come.

YouTube videographers have been impressed too with the quality of sound and portability the Sound Shark provides.

The long-range pickup of the Sound Shark microphone makes it ideal for recording sporting events. Its versatile directionality separates the sounds of the game from the sounds of the cheering crowd, so you can capture all the action without worrying about background noise. You can take our word on that. Sound Shark Audio is a division of Klover Products – the leading manufacturer of parabolic microphones used for professional sports.

HS Baseball

Tom White, of School Video News, reviewed the Sound Shark.  His evaluation?

“I have to say that I was blown away by the difference between the Sound Shark and the shotgun microphone. I had trouble when I was shooting because I tended to zoom in more than I needed to because it felt like the audio didn’t match the shot. It felt fake while I was shooting. The audio was too clean to be that far away.”

Watch Tom’s demonstration of the Sound Shark’s range and focus of at a high school baseball game, on the left, or read the full review here.

Youth Soccer

How does the Sound Shark compare to a shotgun mic for sports?  A Sound Shark customer made this video comparison at a youth soccer match.

Bat Crack

Our good friend, and ambassador, Dan Weecks, created this side by side comparison of a Sound Shark and a Rode NTG2 shotgun microphone recording a baseball hit from approximately 200 feet away.  There are more side-by-side comparisons on our video gallery page.

Baseball Catch

Our good friend, and ambassador, Dan Weecks, created this side by side comparison of a Sound Shark and a Rode NTG2 shotgun microphone recording a baseball game from approximately 150 feet away.  There are more side-by-side comparisons on our video gallery page.

Tell Us Your Story

Have you found a unique way to use the Sound Shark?  Share your story with us and we’ll send you a Sound Shark T-shirt.

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