Excerpt: Incredibly small, light but wonderful shotgun mic. I have three now and use them on my DSLRs and Sony DEV5 recording binoculars. For the price they this mic cannot be beaten. Battery life is extremely good as well.
Pros: Great Sound Quality, Lightweight, Long Lasting
Excerpt: Bought for using with my D800. Built well. Works good, as expected. Tested this weekend on the shore with MZW400 Wind-m@ff in mild wind conditions – no noise, zero. I took one star for two reasons.
Excerpt: I used this attached to a Panasonic GH3 to shoot a short film called Catching Broken Glass.It's great that it uses just a single AAA battery which you can get anywhere. The directional feature worked very well for picking up the actors voices as well as ambient sound, while avoiding any camera or...
Pros: Easy To Use, Great Sound Quality, Lightweight, Long Lasting
Excerpt: I first used this guy back in '09 or '10 in Africa. Low-Profile. Audio was great! I was using the 5d Mark II then. I had it mounted to the side of an On-Camera light with a mount that had a Cold-Shoe.
Pros: Durable, Easy To Use, Great Sound Quality, Lightweight, Long Lasting, Low Profile
Excerpt: This is my first video microphone. I use it on a Sony A7S. I've heard a big improvement in audio quality. It has a "wide" sound rather than a directional sound.Two issues I've had: (1) The foam windscreen doesn't stay on.
Excerpt: The MKE 400 is definitely compact, which is great for videography when you want to be as mobile as possible. The design is simple which makes it easy to use. The results are great too, my camera feels naked without it now.
Pros: Easy To Use, Great Sound Quality, Lightweight