HOLLYLAND LARK150 Wireless Mic System User Review
On KitPlus TV today Phil Vinter tells us what he thinks of the HOLLYLAND LARK 150 in his user review. The exponential growth of video supercharged a technological revolution that began in the early noughties with the advent of DSLR cameras. The cinematic-style shallow depth of field image video quality from DSLRs was a revelation, but, back then audio was the big drawback. As demand has grown so the technology has improved and today’s one-man-band small rig set ups can capture pretty good sound into a DSLR style camera. The Hollyland Lark 150 transmitter system is illustrative of just how far audio capture equipment for the prosumer market has come. The product is perfectly designed and engineered to meet the needs of today’s prosumer market. Firstly, while it is small and lightweight it also packs a real punch in terms of what it can do. Secondly, it’s intuitive and user-friendly - no manual required. Thanks for watching and please subscribe to our channel. KitPlus TV is supported by Mediaproxy, the global leader in compliance and logging solutions.
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