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[UPGRADE] TAKSTAR SGC-598 Interview Camera Microphone,Recording Camera Microphone ,Shotgun Mic,Video Camera Microphone for Nikon,Canon,DV dslr Camcorder(Need 3.5mm Interface)
[UPGRADE] TAKSTAR SGC-598 Interview Camera Microphone,Recording Camera Microphone ,Shotgun Mic,Video Camera Microphone for Nikon,Canon,DV dslr Camcorder(Need 3.5mm Interface)
Manufacturer : Dazzne
Amazon Price : $26.99
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Avg. Customer Rating:4 of 5.0
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Product Description
Use voltage: 1.5V AA batteries
Product Details
  • Color: 598001
  • Brand: Dazzne
  • Model: SGC-598001
  • Dimensions: 2.50" h x 7.62" w x 11.00" l, .88 pounds
  • Product Features
  • Specially designed for the camera and high-sensitivity condenser microphone to enhance the quality of the recording
  • 10dB sensitivity enhancement and 200Hz bass fifter meet the demand of different application
  • Cardioid directivity characteristic can effectively reduce the ambient noise and shock proof design can reduce the mechanical noise of camera and other vibration noise
  • Rugged alu mic housing features effective EMI resistance
  • Notes: Can't compatible with Canon rebel T5 and T6. Powered By 1.5V AA Alkaline Battery (Battery Not Included)
  • Customer Reviews

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    0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
    5Good quality, honest and straight forward
    By renrenren
    [[VIDEOID:3d537adc6fd9ac00b57a3fd86d0696ee]] I had a few stabilizers for various cameras and thought now it's a good time for me to get one for my DSLR. I settled on this because of the overwhelming reviews available online. Through research, you'll find out the chinese market of handheld stabilizers are almost all the same design with various quality of quality control.. And I'm glad my copy is excellent in every aspect.

    The biggest problem for powered gimbals for DSLR is that they are heavy and prone to errors. For job critical assignments, having reliable equipment is much more important than having something with flair. This stabilizer is like the AK47, it will never jam and it will always work. Simpler parts using physics means each aspect of it is easily serviceable with an allen wrench or screw driver, or with your leatherman tool on set.

    There is a small learning curve when it comes to using a stabilizer, precisely about how to balance it. It need to be right on top of the axis, with enough but not too much weight on the bottom and evenly leveled so it will spin on it's center of gravity. There are sufficient plates included that are of different weights so you can precisely balance it to your camera. The markings on and near the plate are helpful for you to mark and remember where your adjustments are for your specific camera. I use a sharpie on tape and it's working really well.

    The handle is grippy, the center bearings are smooth, doesn't snag, and allows the camera to spin really smoothly, it's even capable of more advanced movements if you know what you're doing as a cinematographer. For daily work and shooting snippets at weddings or even fashion videos, the stabilizers handles them all extremely well. My one concern was that there were 2 bottom pieces made from plastic. I wanted a metal everything.. But after some thoughts, it dawned on me that the design is plastic for a reason. Those pieces are used to hold the extension tube, and they need to be plastic for it to be stretchable.

    All in all, an excellent purchase. I got the 60 inch carbon fiber version, it's the size between the 40 and the 80. If you have bigger camera, go bigger, though usually 40CM seems to be enough for most applications.

    0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
    5it's not a magic tool and requires quite a lot of work on your side.
    By User4
    [[VIDEOID:cbe059dabb4f9dd2be05cb5d27d83c57]] I recommend to watch the video how to set up steadicam. When doing the setup or when you are not using it during your shoot, to leave it on a regular light stand. Nicely built. Feels very solid. I did go with the carbon fiber for weight and because I like carbon fiber. Overall, this does provide a pretty smooth stable image after getting all the adjustments. It is tough to balance. It takes practice. I think the price is good for people who do not want to spend a lot of money on steadycam. Just keep in mind it's not a magic tool and requires quite a lot of work on your side.

    0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
    5Love it! Super sensitive and fluid.
    By Brandon
    [[VIDEOID:7abc21df0f6f4edf3d2ab4e02f06ccf5]] Ahh this thing is perfect for my mirrorless camera. I have the sony a5000. "don't buy a5000, it overheats". But since I have it, I might as well use it. The stabilizer holds it just fine on the lowest weight. The stabilizer falls in about 1.5 to 2 seconds. It's so sensitive to the slightest touch allowing for really incredible shots. I seriously can't believe how affordable and efficient it is. If you're thinking about making one, just buy this one lol. Take note; if you add any accessories on the camera or move your screen, the stabilizer will have to be recalibrated.

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