i have a Panasonic AGHMC40P looking for the best cheapest mic set up even if possible wireless..
thanks in advance
I have been looking around for a portable wireless videotransmitter system. I just want to be able to see what my other cameraoperatoris shooting while doing a wedding. I came across this site http://www.dslrwirelessmonitors.com, Just wanted to get some people input on this product.
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Jennifer O'Rourke - May 02nd, 2012
I'll try this again... for some reason my last post didn't get through.
OK... I am planning on broadcasting/streaming live high school sporting events next year. I am essentially a one man show with student volunteers as helpers. Because I don't work directly with students (although I work for a large school corporation) it is hard for me to get volunteers as needed. I have done live sports before, and one of the biggest pains is set up and take down. Running wires half the length of a football field every Friday night doesn't grab me as fun.
I'm trying to find the best quality wireless lav receiver and transmitter for under $500. Any chance?
Please send links. So far my research on this has had me in circles.
I'll be doing everything from yoga dvd videos, to interviews, to commercials, etc. I'll need to use both at once.
<span style="font-size: medium;">I used this item for 2-3 years and then it sat in storage for a good 10 years. I powered it up and checked it and it works fine. Please note that this is a VHF system and is subject to VHF anomalies. One of the belt clips on a lavalier mic is busted, otherwise functionally and cosmetically good to go. $130 shipped USPS Priority.</span>
I'm looking to buy a dual lavalier system. I am looking for something small, compact, durable, and with one receiver in the $1000 range.
Thanks for your time.
Wireless Gear and Cables Set - $4,500 + shipping