Pro Mini Tripod Mount Holder
The BOYA BY-MM1 is a cardioid microphone, which specially design to improve the sound quality of videos on the basis of build-in microphones. With both TRS cable and TRRS output cable included,it can be used on Smartphones, cameras, camcorders, audio recorders, PCs, and other audio/video recording devices.
BY-MM1 comes out in compact size and light weight aluminium constructure , it will not be a heavy burden while shooting. Plug and play design,no need to worry the battery status. Included inside with a anti-shock mount,which can effectively reduce unwanted vibration, cable and handling noise. Also included a furry windproof shield,which specially used for minimizing the wind and environmental noise for outdoor recording make sure the sound crystal clear
• Compact on-camera microphone
• Compatiable with smartphones, DSLR cameras, Consumer Camcorders, PCs etc
• Rugged metal construction
• No battery required
• Professional furry windshield included
Possibly the best smartphone holder at this time
The Ulanzi ST-02 is made of superior materials, is well balanced for most samrtphones, and comfortable to touch.Simple and Secure for your Smartphone.Easy on, easy off' any smartphone without tools. Screw / Cold Shoe design for a solid phone tripod mount adapter for your phones
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