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Rode VideoMicGO

Video Review: Rode VideoMic GO

This is a review and test of Rode’s low-cost entry-level camcorder and DSLR microphone, the VideoMic GO. It includes a comparison with both a camcorder’s own internal microphones and the more expensive VideoMic Pro.

Rode VideoMic GO

Review: Rode VideoMic GO

Ask any group of DSLR video shooters what external microphone they have plugged into their cold shoe and one name is certain to crop up consistently: the Rode VideoMic. There are others of course, from the likes of Sennheiser, Que Audio, and Shure, but Rode...

Rodegrip+ as video handle

Video Review: Padcaster & Rode Grip

A review of the Padcaster and the Rode Grip+. The former is a device to provide your iPad with ways to attach video accessories; the latter is a gadget to hold your iPhone when filming or to attach it to a DSLR.

Rodegrip+ as video handle

Review: RØDE Grip and Grip+

Let us start with a simple declaration: we like Rode products here at Tubeshooter. And that’s not because they just sent us a new one to review (honest), it’s because they seem to be well designed and reasonably priced. For example, we’ve got one of...

Panasonic x920

Video Review: Panasonic x920

We review and test the Panasonic HC-X920 AVCHD camcorder. the company’s flagship consumer camcorder for 2013 and 2014.

Padcaster

Review: The Padcaster

If someone pitched you a square metal frame as a brilliant video invention, you’d have the right to be dubious. Sceptical even. Yet that’s what the makers of the Padcaster want you to believe of their product. Measuring slightly larger than an iPad tablet, the...

Hahnel Compact Triad C4 tripod folded

Review: Hahnel Triad Compact C4 Tripod

Hahnel’s Triad Compact C4 is a travel tripod that folds down to just 31cm long via five extensible legs which screw-lock into place. It’s certainly lightweight at 1.2kg and supports loads of up to 3kg. Billed as suitable for compact cameras, DSLRs and camcorders, it...