Comica CVM-MW300 is a double transmitter and single receiver unit, which makes it nicer than most other unit which often would need a receiver per unit. The set comes in a nice plastic hardcase. The units have a build in battery that can last 10 hours. To listen to the audio quality watch the video and see how far it the unit can reach in a real distance test.

Comica CVM-MW300 –

Personally how I feel about this unit is that the microphones included in the set picks up quite a lot of ambient sound as I could hear noises of cars from a far distance away being picked up by the mics. For the distance test it was no that bad as still usable up to 50 meters and not often need to go beyond such distance for most videos.

The biggest cons in my eyes are the antennas that are quite large making it hard to hide these units easily and also storing these units, would need to be careful not to break the antenna as they are not replaceable.

The build in battery for some can be seen as a nice innovation, but for more professional filmmakers its not, as honestly rather have batteries I can replace and pick up at any convient store if needed. As most of the time you would only have one power bank on you and not be able to recharge two or more units. Often power banks aren’t that small either.

This episode filmed with
Panasonic G7 –
Olympus 12mm f2 –
Manfrotto Compact Action –
Manfrotto 1052bac –
Profoto B10 –
Profoto Softbox 2′ Octa –

Edited with Adobe Premiere Pro –

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Comica CVM-WM300 review

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