The Egle parabolic microphone of Endoacustica is easy to use and perfect for long distance audio recording. situations such as sports and special events.
Usually one might believe that only spies and special ops use the dish for secret surveillance. In reality the Endoacustica parabolic mic is designed not only for investigative use, but also to harness sound from safe distances away from a source. Thanks to Eagle's size and its reflective surfaces, the device lends itself to many activities. Parabolic microphones have also been used for sporting events that are broadcasted on TV, specifically, football. If you are watching a football game on TV you might catch a glimpse of one or two operators holding one of these devices on the sidelines, yards away from the action. For the most part, the parabolic mics do their part in bringing the life of the game to your living room. As you watch the game you most likely will hear the grunting or the crunch of players and it seems as if they're wearing microphones on their uniforms. The fact of the matter is that the sound is actually being captured yards away by parabolic mics.
Eagle parabolic mic has a diameter of 24 inches and weighs six pounds. It has durable aluminum framing with sturdy yet comfortable handgrips. Attached to the framing is a mic mount, which will accept most lapel, handheld or shotgun microphones. An added bonus would be that it also comes with a mount for tripod placement, so you won't have to deal with the pains of holding a six-pound dish.