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Yes,

If you look it up online you will see that these mics both require 48V phantom power and almost certainly have XLR inputs. This is true of most condensor mics.

 

So to use it at a minimum you will need some XLR cables and also a source of 48V phantom power which could be a mixer, and audio recorder or a prosumer level camera that has XLR inputs that are powered. Not all of these offer XLR inputs or phantom power so you'll need to be selective about what you use to record.

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