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My new setup---SYNCO WMic-TS I bought a new UHF microphone----WMic-TS from SYNCO. Although I have a lot of UHF microphones, I was shocked by the lightness and multifunction of TS. I went to the park for record last week. It was winter, the wind was blowing hard. But the sound from TS was very clear. 100 Hz low cut filter can reduce wind, current or traffic rumble noises. And the adjustable gain control can adjust your volume. The lightweight kit supports mono and stereo recording. TS can record two people talking to the camera with a single receiver. It is very convenient for post processing! After tested the distance of TS, I found that the distance of TS can reach 492ft/150m, where there were no obstructions and signal shielding. Both transmitters and receiver are equipped with a backlit OLED screen for you to monitor the audio. More importantly, the antennas of many UHF mic cannot folded. However, the antennas of TS are 180°foldable. I really appropriate its stable transmission and easy carrying! This detachable back clip is very convenient. The detachable shoe mount simplifies setup of the mic without adding heft to my rig. Quick-charging accessory(one to three cable) charges three devices (1RX+2TX) at the same time. Full charging just only need 3h. 1300mAh rechargeable lithium battery supports up to 8.5 hours continuous recording. As a cost efficient dual-channel wireless microphone system, TS has some advantages compared to other wireless microphone systems in the same price range. For example, the 180°foldable antennas and the one in three charging cable bring great convenience to our shooting. How do you think?
2.4 GHz Wireless Mic Coming into the digital world, the newer 2.4 GHz wireless mic becomes more and more popular in filmmaking and vloger. The following are some good-sale 2.4GHz wireless mics, let’s compare their differences. Rode Wireless GO The Rode Wireless GO measures just 1.7in x 1.8in x 0.7in in size and weigh 1.1 oz. It’s convenient for your taking outside. Offering secure Series III 2.4 GHz digital transmission, the Wireless GO includes one transmitter and one receiver. You can mount the Wireless GO on your camera. Courtesy of Rode's optimized transmission algorithm, the Wireless GO provides a range of up to 70meters, and bolsters signal dependability to mitigate drop-outs in crowded short-range environments. Both the transmitter and receiver have built in batteries that you can charge with the included USB-C cable. You can use the mic for 7 hours. The Rode Wireless GO equips a pouch, 2 windshield, 2 USB-A to USB-C cable and a TRS cable. With the TRS cable, Rode Wireless GO can connect with your smartphone and camera. SYNCO G1(A2) Both 3.5mm TRS and TRRS output cables are included, so the SYNCO G1(A2) system will work perfectly with your camera and smartphones. You can achieve the real-time monitor through a 3.5mm TRS headphone jack. With two output modes-mono / stereo, the entire recording system of SYNCO G1(A2) restores your original sense of orientation and distribution. In mono mode, the sounds captured by each transmitter are combined into one audio track. When it is stereo, 2 sounds are separated to either left or right track, trying to emphasize the presence, layering, and transparency of sound. To restore the subtle changes in sound, SYNCO G1 refines 180Hz optional low cut filtering out specific low frequency noises. And the 0-4 level receiver gain settings with adjustment range up to 8dB allow simple and effective optimization of signal levels. SYNCO G1(A2) equips 2 lavalier microphones, charging cable and a carry bag for outdoor shooting. Saramonic Blink 500 B2 With a 3.5mm TRS to TRRS cable, Blink 500 B2 can work well with your smartphone and camera. Besides that, Blink 500 B2 provides two USB-C charging cable and two lavalier microphones. Since the Blink 500 RXDi is a dual-channel receiver, it can simultaneously handle two Blink 500 TX wireless transmitters without the signal interference. It is suitable for more than one device you working in the same environment. Within the 2.4 GHz spectrum, the Blink 500 boasts automatic channel hopping to mitigate noise and dropouts at a line-of-sight distance of up to 50 meters in open spaces. The internal Lithium batteries get 5 hours of life from a charge with the included charging cables, and the USB-C ports can be used to power or recharge the units in the field with portable USB battery packs. Comica BOOM X-D2 Comica BOOM X-D2 has many accessories: two 3.5mm mic audio input cable ,two wind muffs,one 3.5mm TRRS cable,one 3.5mm TRS cable,one USB-C charging cable, and one reset pin. If your camera does not have a headphone jack, you can make the Real-Time monitor the sound from the receiver with the 3.5mm headphone jack. The 2.G Hz system delivers reliable transmission with a clear sound at a distance up to 50 meters with the Auto frequency. BOOM X-D2 offers you two switch of mono or stereo on the receiver to choose, which allows you to adjust each level individually later in post. (Please note that smartphone can not output stereo audio). In contrast with Wireless Go and Blink 500 B2, BoomX-D2 transmitter is designed with internal and external microphone. The external microphone is designed with an elastic fixing clip that prevents the falling off from your moving or shaking of shooting. If you have better idea, welcome to leave your comment！
Hello all. I'm an amateur Motion designer. I'm working on 3D motion video about camera sliders currently and especially about Edelkrone company's products. I need to learn why users prefer to use the the sliders they currently own, to make a good job. Could you please answer my questions below? 1. Which model is the slider you currently own and what are its pros for you? 2. In which places and situations you usually use your slider? 3. Which colors do you prefer to use in your videos? As a videographer, what are your thoughts on effects, colors and visual stuff? If you have and thoughts on Edelkrone products, please share it with me Thanks a lot
I’ve noticed even at low ISO I get a lot of noise especially in the shadows on my A7sii. We are pretty well knowledgeable of the camera and I am trying to figure out if it’s my camera or if it’s all A7sii. I recently filmed with a A7iii and I felt like it looked cleaner then my camera. I’ve tried playing with the settings not sure if you guys have some advice that can help at all? Thank you