Reviews

  • I've used this ANDYCINE microphone for about a week now to film vlogs and short films, and I think it's a good product for the price. Before buying this mic, I used the one built in to my Canon M50 which was often quiet and picked up noise from all directions. Having a directional mic has definitely been a game changer and the audio quality is certainly better. I've used my friends RODE mic before and I think the RODE series definitely is superior in audio quality but comes at a much steeper price. This Andycine mic is a good entry level camera/phone mic that won't put a hole in your wallet and will get you what you need.
  • This monitor is amazing! It is bright enough to see everything even if you are on the beach.This item is very affordable and a complete. I would highly recommend this monitor.
  • This monitor is AWESOME! I got this for its brightness since I tend to shoot more outside in the sun for run and gun purposes and it's perfect! The features are great and I love how the menu is super simple to access via touchscreen. I also love the 6' size vs the 5'
  • First thing, wow this monitor is super bright in the midday sun!! My main reason for purchase was it's 2200 nits. Compared to my other 7" monitor this blows it away in that regard. It's definitely a nice size also, 7" seems to be my preferred monitor size these days no matter what rig i'm using. Build is nice, it's lightweight and most importantly easy to use. Customizable buttons on top also help a lot when operating quickly. I do most of my work shooting outdoors so this is a no-brainer. Has all the features you need too like false color, LUTs, all the scopes, anamorphic etc etc...some competitors may have slightly more rugged feel, but how can you beat the price point of this monitor? Definitely recommend this to anyone shooting video...loving it!!
  • This monitor is higher quality than I expected at this price point. The size is perfect for me and I really like how bright the screen is, it's even visible outdoors during the day which is priority number one for me. It has plenty of inputs which means plenty of options for a variety of setups. Overall this is just a really dependable, easy to use, simple, affordable monitor and I like it a lot.
  • Not only does the size make it easier/beneficial to view what you're shooting, but the brightness levels is superior; there's a reason why this one doesn't need to throw in any cheap sunshades in the package.This also has better packaging with extra battery and everything ready to go for you.And it's touch screen so you can pinch zoom.You have your zebra, focus assists, and what I love is the anamorphic framing options.
  • I mainly wanted this monitor to have something to use for framing/exposure while I'm filming myself with my Sony A7III. My camera doesn't have a flip screen, so it's difficult to check for focus while you're filming and composing.The touch screen is super responsive. It reminds me of my iPhone. Also being able to swipe up from the bottom to activate a menu is a neat feature.This monitor is way sharper than the back of my camera using the 4k input to the display. The A7III is known for not having the best resolution on its screen and EVF, but the C7 helps out so much when it comes to checking focus.I love the 180 degree swivel feature. It allows for filming from both in front and behind the camera. There is a function in the camera to flip the display vertically so everything is right way around when in front of the camera.The main reason I went with this monitor is because I live in Alaska and the winters can be super bright with everything being covered with snow. This handles the bright sun very well!
  • This is a great light. I use it for video mainly and the battery last pretty long, but it is very bright and very powerful for it's size. I had an issue with it blinking when recharging it. I spoke with tech support and they told me it requires a 5V/2A charger block minimum. I put it on a new one and no issues. FYI most cell phone USB charging blocks are 1A or 1.5A read the back of it to be sure. I love the preset modes for lightning, strobe, police lights, etc. Very cool! Overall great light for the money.
  • 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.