Photo Moment - April 18, 2018
How to Add a Wireless Microphone to iPhone 7, iPhone 8, or iPhone X REVISITED!
Ever tried adding a wireless microphone to your iPhone 7, iPhone 8, or iPhone X? Turns out more adapters than you realize might be needed…
It used to be simple. You could use a RØDE smartLav+ and connect directly. Or use any wired or wireless mic with a simple TRS to TRRS adapter and be good to go. But now you also need a Lightning to headphone jack adapter. Which actually may not be enough. So maybe you need an Apple Camera Adapter (?!?!) and then a USB audio adapter. Confused yet? It's nuts… but this is what it takes today.
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•• Sennheiser ew 112-p G3 Wireless Microphone ••
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VIDEOS MENTIONED IN TODAY'S PHOTO MOMENT:
Wireless Lav Mic Range Test — K&F Concept M-8 vs SAMSON Go Mic Mobile vs Sennheiser EW100: https://youtu.be/Z0PVtim0Ylk
How to Add a Wireless Microphone to iPhone 7, iPhone 8, or iPhone X: https://youtu.be/wh7_OqQZwIY
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