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MindfulInquirer

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I've got a Shure mic from my old music recording days. Bought one of these foam covers, 4 euros, just use a few basic plugins for EQ and compression, works just fine for me. You can always go for the mega quality mics and you'll be sure it'll capture your voice with more audio integrity and warmth, but I reckon a pretty ordinary mic does the trick.
 

Chef Cotoletta

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I'm actually doing everything with my phone lol
Taking the video, editing.
Second stage record a vocal with my phone (HuaweiueueiiwOO), clean compress etcetera with a free software.
Re-edit with the voiceover
 

Krisfire

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I use a few mics depending on what I'm doing.

Rode NTG3 Shotgun mic for most videos and all short films

Movo vxr4000-pro Shotgun mic as my on camera backup

Audio Technica ATR2100 Dynamic mic for voice overs

2 Audio Technica Lav mics for weddings (If I end up needing them)

I have all these mics mostly to make sure that when I need something different for whatever reason I actually have one on hand and I don't have to worry about it.
 
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Here are the mics I use:

Rode NTG2
Deity SMic2
Rode Stereo Video Mic Pro
Rode Lav Filmmaker Kit

Overall, I am very happy with these systems :)