Sony Bluetooth Microphone (ECMW2BT)
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- Digital Bluetooth microphone frees you from the hassle of wires at distances up to 200m
- 0db, 10db, and adjustable audio capture levels let you set the microphone to suit any environment
- Mic., Mix, and Receive pickup options allow recording the way you want
- Included wind screen keeps noise at bay
- Terminal protection holder functions as a stand and keeps the entire set together
- Analogue MI (Multi Interface) uses a standard 3.5mm jack on the receiver, to allow use of this microphone with many different devices
- Up to 18 hours of battery life (depending on usage)
- ECM W2BT Microphone (transmitter and receiver )
- Wind Screen
- 3.5mm to 3.5mm Audio Cable
- Micro USB Cable
- Connector Protect Holder
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Of the 2 reviewers who responded, 2 would recommend this product.
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- Works well.- 13 août 2021
Easy to use and works well. My daughter has started a college film course and loves the whole set up we bought.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Sony’s answer to Rode Wireless GO- 19 juin 2021
I purchased the Rode system before I even had a chance to get my hands on the Sony version. Comparing the two, I really like the Sony system, but the Rode system has one nicer thing about it. It is that the gain adjustment on the Rode is located on the receiver, so if you need to make an adjustment, you can do so from your camera. The gain adjustment for the Sony is on the transmitter, so you can’t adjust the gain when you’re already rolling. One other benefit of the Sony is that the receiver can run on the hot shoe of Sony cameras. I really like how small and portable both systems are. I especially like how the Sony receiver and transmitter attach together so that losing one of them is harder, although if they are attached and you lose one, they’re both gone. Another big thing is price. The Sony gear was about $20 less. (You have to buy the lavalier mic separately for both systems, 280 before tax for Rode, 260 before tax with Sony) Another downside to the Sony is that the mic on the lavalier looks rather bulky, especially when you put on the pop filter. But it also has a rotatable clip and interestingly enough, it has a specific left and right channel. With the Rode lavalier, it is lower profile, but you do have to remove the pop filter in order to change the clip direction, and it can be fairly difficult to get that off. Although the lavalier needs to be bought separately, both systems’ transmitters are microphones already and come with addition pop filter if you don’t want to go the lavalier route. (It just won’t look as clean) I tested the connectivity for both and both seem to perform equally as well. The last area the Sony had the Rode beat out is more options on the receiver. (Minus the gain adjustment I mentioned earlier) You have the option to run the mic analog or digital, although the digital setting was not compatible on my a7iii, which it may just need a firmware update; I’m not sure. But, there is also the option to run the the transmitter as the mic, the receiver as the mic, or a mix of both. Both come with an optional short TRS cable and carrying cases, although I’m a fan of Sony’s more, because it’s a larger velvet sack that can fit everything. You’d have to get a separate one for the Rode system to fit everything. Last thing I will mention is that the gain on the Rode is naturally higher than the Sony. At the highest gain on the Rode, it almost sounded like I was about to shout. On the Sony system, the highest gain was more normal sounding and went down from there. Maybe it’s brand loyalty to Sony, but I really like the Sony more overall, however, the one thing I can’t get past is the gain adjustment being on the transmitter instead of the receiver.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.