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Windscreen for Tascam DR-05 Handheld Recorder

Manufacturer: Tascam
  • Helps eliminate wind noise when recording outside
Windscreen for Tascam DR-05 Handheld Recorder
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Windscreen for Tascam DR-05 Handheld Recorder

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This windscreen is for use with the Tascam DR-05 Handheld Recorder. It is made from artificial fur and will help to eliminate wind noise when recording outside. 

Also compatible with the following Tascam recorders: DR-1, GT-R1, DR-2d, DR-07, DR-07mkII, DR22WL, DR40, DR-100, DR-100mkII.

 

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Manufacturer: Tascam
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