YouTuber and proprietor of Two Tails Media, Jeremy Ying, recently posted a review of the SMX-30 microphone. In the video, Jeremy puts the microphone through its paces, taking it out to the busy city of Toronto and recording plenty of sound examples in various scenarios. He also goes o
Documentary filmmaker, Griffin Hammond, recently made a video about our new SGM-250CX Compact Cine Microphone. He put it up against his long-owned Rode NTG-3 microphone, which retails for 3 times as much, and found the sound quality to be pretty much equal. But don’t just take h
Recently, Caleb Pike reviewed our SMX-30 and SMX-15 video microphones on his YouTube channel, DSLR Video Shooter. In the video, Caleb gives a good all around explanation of when to use stereo vs. mono, does a thorough overview of the microphones’ features, and lastly does an aud
Cheesycam has posted once again about an Azden product, this time showing off his new SGM-PDII short shotgun microphone. He chose it to mount on top of a BlackMagic Design Ursa Mini 4.6K camera, as the small size of the SGM-PDII was a good fit. I personally wanted the shortest
Mr. CheesyCam is well known for his in-depth gear reviews and DIY video production tips. Recently, he posted his video review and features overview on the SMX-30 Stere/Mono Video Microphone and seems to be really liking it, saying that it is now his “go-to mic” for everyth
Curtis Judd from learnlightandsound.com has posted his full video review of the SMX-15 and SMX-30 Video Microphones. As expected from Curtis, the video is expertly done and thorough. Curtis had some great things to say about the microphones too: Both of these microphones are good for
Curtis Judd from learnlightandsound.com is back again with another video featuring an Azden product. This time, he’s showing how the new SMX-30 Stereo/Mono Switchable Video Microphone sounds in comparison to the Rode VMP and the Saramonic Vmic. See the video below.
The new SMX-30 Stereo/Mono Switchable Microphone and SMX-15 Powered Shotgun Video Microphone are now available from your favorite Azden dealer. In this video, Matt takes you through the numerous features that you’ll find on both microphones.
In this video Matt gives you a first look at Azden’s latest microphones: The SMX-30 and SMX-15. Designed from the ground up, these new mics are nothing like what Azden has made before. The SMX-30 is the world’s first stereo/mono switchable video microphone that also includ
Mr. Cheesycam posted a great review video on the new Azden PRO-XD, 2.4GHz digital wireless microphone. In the video he goes through an unboxing of the kit, explains all the features and includes an audio test at the end. If you’re looking to learn more about the PRO-XD, this is
Curtis Judd from learnlightandsound.com is known for his excellent tutorial videos on filmmaking and tremendously thorough gear reviews. In this video, Curtis puts the PRO-XD Digital Wireless Microphone through its paces with some rigorous testing. He also goes over the many features
Devin from the DSLR Film Noob blog, YouTube channel and Podcast, posted a very nice review of the SGM-250 and SGM-250p shotgun microphones. Despite a few very minor criticisms, the SGM-250 mics seem to have really held their own in the review: After using the Azden 250s for the past f
Curtis Judd from the website and YouTube channel “Learn Light And Sound” posted a detailed and informative video about the SGM-250 shotgun microphone. In the video, Curtis really puts the SGM-250 through its paces. He uses the SGM-250 for his dialogue capture throughout th
Popular blogger and YouTube video producer Mr. CheesyCam recently posted an unboxing and sound comparison of the SGM-250 Dual Powered Shotgun Microphone. With his video he has created fun quiz by conducting a blind sound comparison with the RODE NTG-2. Can you tell which is which? Che
Azden has put their new SGM-250 Professional Dual Powered Shotgun Microphone up against the competition in this very detailed comparison video. In the video, Matt from Azden takes you through an in-depth comparison between the SGM-250 and 3 other similarly priced shotgun microphones o