• This is a very solid system for the price. There are many products that try to deliver what Rode has done with the wireless go, but this is the best alternative that I have tested. The value can't be beat and the feature set is robust. I didn't expect the Comica to be as good as it is. Most competing products are UHF and completely inferior. If you are looking for a portable, travel friendly, run and gun, expandable wireless mic / lav system that is affordable, this is it.
  • This device is very nice all around for what it can do and for the price. The reason I got this device, was becaause I would not find a cable that would not be noise free for a distance of 15 feet, shielded and what not, they all had interference noise. There are a couple of things I would like for it to be better... the transmitter battery isnt as strong as the receiver... will go just over 2.5 hours only and will need to be recharged after. The attached Lav mic is great, but it is only meant if you are a woman, it would enhance it, as a guy, I found it to be too much on the high end. Other than that, when I attach my Shotgun mic it works perfect. you can also do stereo or mono channel due to having two transmitters
  • After I bought the device on the off chance that there were no ratings yet, I have to say that I am very satisfied. The image transmitted by the camera is razor sharp and the peaking can be easily graded. Works very well in 4K. It can happen that with Record the image is no longer transferred to the monitor; here I had to search for a while in the menu of my Sony NX80 to find the menu item: "4K recording external output". So don't be surprised if the monitor goes black as soon as you switch to record in 4K; Check the camera whether it allows external output in the format. No problem with HD.
  • Very good product for the price, very bright screen, plastic quality could be better.
  • I live at the beach in Florida where the Sun is bright so I need a monitor with a lot of NITS, and with 2200 nits nothing beats the C7
  • Andycine has gone out of their way to make a truly spectacular monitor add for camera shoots! It is high-quality material, and yet lightweight enough to be almost unnoticeable when you put it on as an add to your gear. It really adds another layer to your shoot when you add a larger monitor! The brightness and intensity of the screen image means you can shoot pretty much any time of the day without having to shade the screen at all.It has a lot of bells and without that add value to this monitor as well. Besides the inclusion of an SD slot, it has both the touchscreen *and* programmable buttons, so you can work and use it in whatever way works best for you. I end up using both, dependent on what and how I am shooting!
  • Monitor is hard plastic, has a solid feel. The two buttons (other is menuwheel also) feel snappy. Touchscreen works well even with the screenprotector still on, pinch to zoom, quick menu from swiping bottom of the screen, double tap to all the settings, everything is quick to access and can be learned in 5 minutes.There was sunshield, carry case, hotshoe arm, hdmi to micro hdmi cable, UK style power adapter but not Sony NP style battery or charger (like in one video review I saw). 3D LUT import did work with new SD card that was formatted ntfs (old 4gb card in FAT32 did not). There is small lag in monitor image at least with omd em5 mk2 but external hdmi signal out from monitor was lag free. Audio monitoring works thru headphone jack with the cameras that support hdmi audio while recording (omd em5 mk2 only supports it during playback of videofile) and the Firmware version of this monitor was 1.0.2.Amazing monitor with a lot of features for the price in a easy to use package.
  • Great Budget monitor, I love the LUT option and power the camera with the andycine battery. Have in mind that this monitor doesn't récord. I really recomend it.
  • This super compact Microphone set is simply amazing. The Comica boom X-d2 is the best bang for your buck. This microphones have some really amazing features like 2.4ghz digital wireless ,global Free frequency,dual transmitter trigger by one receiver ,visual power, and audio dynamic monitoring. This also has a mono real time audio monitoring broadcast. The audio quality has a low latency up to 20 ms. The maximum range is 50 meters.Does it come with every cable you can think of TRS-TRRS. This unit charges by USB-C and you can also simply split the track stereo and mono with a simple click of a button. You can also expand this unit with accessories like a UCRX smart phone adapter.They have a total of six different kits you can purchase just in kits. So just imagine what you can do with that. The sky is the limit with this microphone. The only downside to this microphone is there is no SD card to backup the audio.
  • I've been using wireless microphone for a while but it was always a pair of one mic (transmitter) and one receiver. I couldn't use for any interview shoot because I only can record the audio from 1 person.Now I found this set of wireless Microphones which is exactly what I needed. Beside all of the features like small, lightweight, high quality audio, etc... this set doesn't comes with one but two transmitters so I can setup the interview shoot with two people and recording the audio separately and freely.I can use either the internal mic on the Transmitter or plug the Lav mic to the transmitter and use as a traditional lav mic and I can also monitor everything right on the Receiver. To me, the sound quality from the internal mic on the transmitter is quite very good, no need to use the Lav mic. Btw, I can plug the wind muffs on the internal mics to reduce the wind noises.And on top of that, this set can be used with phone, different camera brands by using different cablesSo I've been using this set for my videos in the last couple weeks and I'm very impressive.Highly recommended.
  • It is the best option for a wireless video transmitter with low budget. Connects very quickly, I tested both on android and windows, 2 devices at the same time, it works very well. it has a little delay a few miles seconds, it is acceptable.
  • If you’re an Indy or freelancer filmmaker, you need to invest in the Benbox immediately. This has been one of the most useful and helpful tools I’ve ever purchased for video production. I took some photos from the test at home and I was able to use on a commercial recently so let me break down the pros and cons.Pros:-Well built all metal construction (it’s a little tank)-Easy to connect to devices (phone, computer, tablet up to 3)-reliable up to 250ft then delay picks up.-Very useful for directors monitor or clients monitor. You will seriously impress clients with this feature.- latency is minimal and great for setting focus and watching action/marks. I think this is a pro considering you can spend an easy $500 on one with worse latency.-super long batteryCons:- time to time the app will skip a beat. It’s maybe once every 10 mins and mainly happens if there is an obstruction like being on the opposite side of the camera. It’s a non issue.- for super high end clients (Nike, Apple) I would rent a proper directors monitor and transmitter. If you’re at that level you’re probably not shopping for this. I jump in and out of big clients and can totally use this on lower budget commercials.