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EDUTIGE ETM-001 Microphone - Omnidirectional 3.5mm 3-Pole(TRS) Microphone for GoPro, DSLR, Mirrorless Camera or Digital Audio Recorder

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Item Weight: 0.208 ounces

Product Dimensions: 1.38 x 0.39 x 0.39 inches

Item model number: ETM-001

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No

Date First Available: June 26, 2010

Color Name: Gold, Black

Compatible Devices: Personal Computer, Camcorder, Camera

Connector Type: 3.5 mm Jack

Hardware Platform: Audio Recorder, Camera

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  • Would recommend
Good quality audio. No complaints.
Reviewed in the United States πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ on January 10, 2023 by Daniel

  • Works on Sony, Fuji, and Canon
And I'm not sure why it wouldn't on Panasonic. Yes I have GAS and I have tried it all the systems mentioned above. Specifically I've tried it with the X-T30, A6600 and the Canon RP. A few things prevent this from being 5 stars. 1. I'm not sure why this wouldn't be designed to be a 90 degree mic to begin with. All camera mics are on the side of the camera so why is it facing straight out? You pretty much have to purchase a 90 degree adapter. They are about 7 bucks here on amazon. On your favorite bidding site they have them for around 1 dollar. 2. It runs hot! This thing will peak on all your default audio levels. When using this be sure to adjust your mic levels on your camera. On my Sony they are all the way down from anywhere between 1-3. Without the mic I'm up at 23 (internal mic). With my Canon and Fuji I also have the adjust the levels a lot. 3. It's omnidirectional meaning it picks up all ambient sound. If you are recording in home and you have a fan on or the AC turns on make sure you turn all that stuff off before you start recording; it'll pick it up. That's the reason why this mic is great in a quiet room without ambient sounds. Overall the sound quality is crystal clear. As mentioned above it does run hot so make sure to drop all your mic levels low and you'll be okay. The omnidirectional aspect is a bummer. If recording outside I'm sure you'll get passing cars, trains, birds, and everything else. For this price and compact size this things is impossible to beat. I'm so glad I got it. There is not a cameras on board recording that works better than this. It may not be the best but it'll definitely beat your cameras on board system. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ on January 12, 2020 by Mindcontrol

  • Very compact mic that works fine for my modified akaso v50x
I removed the internal mic from my akaso v50x and used its connections to wire in a 3.5mm jack so I could get access to aftermarket external mics. The v50x audio processor appears a bit limited so matter which mic you plug into it, it's not capable of producing a wide dynamic range of audio. I read some reviews of this mic that commented it was too hot. That's why I grabbed it. Using it on my v50x, it is NOT too hot. I have done very limited testing with it because I just finished wiring up the jack and getting the camera back together, but I think this is a great little mic and I have no negatives to say about it. Positives would definitely be that it is small. Once plugged in, the mic itself sticks out only about 3/4", which works great to plug into the side of a tiny action camera. It does not have a swivel on it to allow the mic to pivot in a particular direction, but based on the several minutes of testing I've done with it, the mic is truly omnidirectional. I get the same audio level regardless of which way the mic is facing in relation to me so I can see no need for it to pivot. Plus, a pivot point adds more bulk and gives one more spot where a mic can break. The diameter of the mic is about 3/8". It does exactly what I was looking for in a mic for an action camera. I can't comment on its noise canceling quality because I have not tested it with a lot of surrounding noise. It's a $27 mic. I don't expect this thing to be mega sophisticated. I needed a mic that is compact, delivers decent audio, and is fairly rugged and this mic appears to have all three of those qualities. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ on February 29, 2020 by Book Hound

  • Awesome Mic I use for YouTube videos
This mic is better than all my high end shotgun mic's I use it on my Gopro, My JVC HD camera and my Computer for narration. I love it and comes with a muff. I bought a angle adapter to use with it.
Reviewed in the United States πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ on October 27, 2022 by Thomas Mohr

  • Amazing Mic
Ambient noise is what I wanted and it is absolutely amazing...
Reviewed in the United States πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ on November 23, 2022 by Steven Steven

  • Cheap!
Not great sound at all. Your phone mic is most likely better. Used once.
Reviewed in the United States πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ on November 9, 2022 by mark berentson

  • VERY SENSITIVE, HIGH QUALITY πŸ‘‰MONOπŸ‘ˆ MIC. Works great as a lavalier, but...
The mic at very close distance has a noticeable brick wall, with unpleasant frequency loss well before you hit the point where it levels off. As a lav mic the closest I can recommend positioning it would be about center sternum height, anything closer and you probably won't have a good time at normal volumes. The sensitivity is not understated. Using the sabrent external usb audio adapter, the brick wall falls at about 0db when the recording volume is set to 35%. 35% for the ETM-001 is about equal to the purple panda set at 87% which works out to roughly 2.5x louder. As stated in the headline, this mic is mono, it's wired up to deliver a stereo signal, but the channels are identical. If this mic were to be plugged into a mono jack, the ring channel would simply be grounded out. Given it's small size and light weight, there are a lot of possibilities for dual setups, such as XY or a DIY Binaural dummy head. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ on November 5, 2020 by HeresJolly

  • Surprisingly good quality for the size and price
I wanted a cheap and small mic to record general room sound (n other words, not just voice) and the quality of sound that comes out of this mic blew me away given it's small size and low price. Way better quality than I needed but it was welcomed. I liked it enough to buy a second one later. Using it with a USB sound adapter plugged into a raspberry pi zero to record audio with the pi's camera. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ on April 9, 2022 by Jeffrey B.

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