RØDELink Filmmaker Kit - Black
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- Series II, 2.4GHz digital transmission
- 128-bit encryption
- Up to 100 meters range
- OLED display (on receiver).Receiver (RX-CAM):111mm X 65mm X 52mm,Transmitter (TX-BELT):111mm X 65mm X 40mm,Lavalier:12.00mmH x 4.50mmW x 4.50mmD
- 1 x RØDE Lavalier Microphone 1 x RØDE RX-CAM Camera-Mounted Wireless Receiver 1 x RØDE TX-BELT Belt pack Wireless Transmitter 1 x Captive TRS cable
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RØDE Link represents the next generation of digital wireless systems. Using a Series II 2.4GHz digital transmission with 128-bit encryption, it is able to constantly monitor and hop between frequencies to maintain the strongest possible signal level at a range of up to 100 metres* (over 100 yards). The RØDE Link Filmmaker Kit provides everything you need to start shooting video wirelessly, including a receiver, transmitter and broadcast-grade lavalier microphone. The receiver (RX-CAM) features an OLED display with information on level, battery status (receiver and transmitter), mute and channel selection. The unit can be mounted on a standard camera shoe mount, 3/8" thread or belt-clip, and for added versatility the shoe mount can be located in one of two positions. The lightweight transmitter (TX-BELT) can be fitted to a belt or clothing and features a locking thread to ensure the microphone connection is as secure as possible. RØDE has included an omnidirectional lavalier microphone in the kit to provide the highest possible audio reproduction quality.
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Without doubt this has been the best film kit purchase I've made in recent years.
Update: have now bought a second - no hesitation either.
Combining this set with the tascam dr60d ii and setting the levels relatively low It's meant that you have 'set and forget'. Even mobile, out on foot, with the reciever and recorder tucked into the top of a small camera bag, add an earpiece for monitoring & you're free to concentrate on the visuals, whether or not you link directly into the camera. Quality is very good indeed - eminently usable in broacast terms - and battery life is amazing; the current set has been in both receiver and transmitter for over four hours' woth of recording. Being able to monitor battery life on both units by looking at the receiver box screen just gives you more reassurance.
The only down sides are i) the size - slightly larger than competitors and ii) occasional dropouts if you're in a building and separated by more than one wall. But the range of 30m plus, and out to 90m in the right conditions is fabulous. Very glad I bought this. Will add another one as soon as budget becomes available.
I can't think of a reason why you would want to pay twice as much for a unit.
Each one become un-usuable and had to send back within the week.
I love! rode, i have 2 rode on the go mics, perfect.
Considering i spent more to buy this product than my orginal one i had, i thought it would work better.
Problem is it drops out for me no less than 20m away (clear line of sight) where its meant to reach up to 100.
And! when it droped. it then kept doing so. Because of this and how i cant rely on it when on a shoot, i'd prefer not to have it.
I'm going to be buying the boya-m6. didnt have any real issues with signal drops at all!
Only thing was the mic, but i can and will be buying a new one for it.
Hope whoever reads this, it helps. I've seen tones of reviews online and they work fine. so i might just be unlucky.