Saramonic showcased their new Blink500 system at Broadcast Asia 2019, which is a compact wireless microphone kit that can be connected with double transmitters, but they have different optional receivers for your camera, but also very interestingly for mobile phone with USB Type-C or lightning for iPhones. The transmitters have build in microphones but also can be used in combination with clip mics. The reach of these units are around 30-40 meters which is quite enough for most users and the battery last to 4-5hours and can be recharge while being in used with the USB Type-C. At the current time the units are still prototypes and will be available in the coming months. Hope to review the final version of the Saramonic Blink500 as these are for sure the most compact wireless microphone kits for if you want to vlog with your phone.

You might think why not use a bluetooth headset, but from all my test all of those will have a major delay and also quite a short distance that it is usable, the Blink500 will be properly in sync and further reach.

This video was filmed with:
Laowa 7.5mm f2 –
Smallrig Cage for E2 –
Smallrig Monitor mount –
Smallrig Grip for T5 SSD –
Optional Nato Rail –
Sandisk 1tb SSD –
Phone mount –
Mini Ballhead –
Atomos Shinobi –
NP-F980 with DC –
Dummy battery –
Rode Smartlav –
Ifootage C120 monopod –

Edited with Adobe Premiere Pro –

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Saramonic Blink500 Preview at Broadcast Asia 2019

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