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JP to distribute Micromuff worldwide

JP Distribution has announced it will be the worldwide distributor for Micromuff, a tiny windshield designed for camera mics. It attaches via die-cut velcro rings and retails for £12.95 plus shipping (£1.50 UK, £2.75 Europe, £4.95 outside Europe). Please see below for more details.

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JP To Distribute Micromuff


JP Distribution is pleased to announce the latest addition to our growing portfolio.

Designed by filmmaker and designer Will Hutchinson, Micromuff is an accessory which improves the sound quality of exterior video recordings. Compatible with most video capable DSLR's, the Micromuff attaches directly to the camera body, to dramatically reduce the effect of wind noise.

"Even the tiniest amount of breeze is capable of destroying a sound recording with distortion and audio clipping". says Will. "This affordable little accessory works incredibly well at solving the problem".

Developed and manufactured in the UK, the Micromuff is made using high quality acoustic fur, and a unique cutting process, which retains the full length of fur-pile edge to edge. It attaches to the camera using die-cut Velcro rings, for easy attachment and removal.

"Whilst at first glance it may look like a novelty", says Will, "it is an effective and dependable solution and a serious bit of kit, perfect for outdoor filming of any kind - walking, bird watching, sports, the beach, weddings."

Whether you are professional or amateur, a keen enthusiast or hobbyist, low-budget film maker or occasional video dabbler, Micromuff is an indispensable gadget that you'll want to keep in your kit bag permanently.

For more information please visit http://www.micromuff.com/

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