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DJI Mic 2 Specs, Price And Overview

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DJI Mic 2 Specs, Price And Overview

 

DJI took every single feature of their cherished “DJI Mic” system and made significant improvements with the brand-new “DJI Mic 2.” It boasts an entirely new noise canceling capability, is smaller, has a longer battery life, 32-bit float recording, and direct Bluetooth connectivity to some devices, like your smartphone. We had all been waiting for this microphone.

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The transmitters, which were previously only offered in grey with a translucent design, now come in white as well. They are slightly smaller, but they still have the 3.5mm mic input, magnetic mount, and clip that you are accustomed to. The power and connect buttons have been moved to the same round side, while the record button and USB-C input on the other side have been redesigned. These are notable modifications.

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DJI has made a much-needed change by moving the power-on LED to the sides instead of the front, where it would have interfered with photos. The DJI branding is still there on the front, though, and many users will have to tape it over.

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Significant modifications have been made to the receiver, which now features a larger 1.1-inch display and a redesigned thumbwheel for better adjustments. The USB-C and Lightning adapters have made it easier to connect your transmitter directly to your phone, but you can still use Bluetooth to connect your transmitter straight to a phone without a receiver.

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One of the Mic 2’s most striking features is its charging case, which comes with the two-transmitter kit and can now sustain up to 18 hours of use on a single charge—a significant improvement over the previous 15 hours. Additionally, the transmitters have been updated from 5.5 to 6 hours.

The main feature of the Mic 2 is its support for direct Bluetooth connections, which eliminates the need for a receiver and enables easy pairing with a smartphone or DJI’s Osmo Pocket 3 and Action Cam 4. Because of this, producers on a tight budget can buy a transmitter mic separately for $99 or add DJI’s Lavalier Mic for an additional $35.

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It is simple to link the phone; you just need to hold down the record button for three seconds to turn on Bluetooth, and then press and hold the link button for two seconds. The performance is good overall, despite a few limitations like the AI noise reduction feature not working while linked to a smartphone and the option to utilize only one transmitter at a time. When we receive our equipment, we look forward to testing any other shortcomings like audio delays.

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With its numerous audio quality enhancements, the Mic 2 promises brighter, more realistic-sounding voices for stand-up comedy and interviews. Higher 32-bit float quality is now supported by the internal recording, enabling users to maximum gain without worrying about distortion. Another notable improvement is AI noise canceling, which successfully lowers background noise in busy and noisy environments. Once more, we can’t wait to verify these assertions after receiving our unit.

Important characteristics from the previous model are still there, like the ability to use a safety track, an 820-foot range when using a transmitter and receiver combo, magnetic attachments, and muff accessories. The DJI Mic 2 costs $349 for a set of two transmitters that includes a receiver and charging case; separate transmitters cost $99; and transmitter and receiver packages cost $219.

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The only two features absent from this system that are included in Rode’s are timecode and lockable lav mic connections. However, timecode is much trickier to use than I had anticipated, and I think the current US patent on timecode is the reason Rode’s newest microphone isn’t available for purchase.

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The 3 Best Camera Phones

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Best Camera Phone

The 3 Best Camera Phones

 

The overall best camera phones doesn’t rely on the specs but built quality. Samsung backed away from the 10x zoom and Google still uses AI in its Pixel image line up while Apple always keep things very simple.

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Samsung really made great improvements in the Galaxy S24 Ultra this year  making it one of the best phones for photography. Aside the performance the price tag not allow everyone to cop one so another option for the best camera phone is the Google Pixel 7a.

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We are not leaving Apple out of the game, The iPhone 15 Pro max takes amazing photos but can’t stand the Samsung in terms of lenses and photo modes.

 

 

Best Camera Phones

Here are the specs for the overall best phones for 2024 it terms of quality, durability, productivity etc.

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  1. Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra

Release date: January 2024

Weight: 232g

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Dimensions: 162.3 x 79.0 x 8.6mm

Expected Upgrades: Android 14 / One UI 6; 7 years of upgrades

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Screen size: 6.8-inch

Resolution: QHD+CPU: Snapdragon 8 Gen 3

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Mobile Platform for Galaxy

RAM: 12GBStorage: 256GB / 512GB / 1TB

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Battery: 5,000mAh

Rear camera: 200MP (wide) + 12MP (ultra-wide) + 10MP (telephoto with 3x optical zoom) + 50MP (telephoto with 5x optical zoom)

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Front camera: 12MP

 

    iPhone 15 Pro Max

 

Release date: September 2023
Weight: 221g
Dimensions: 159.9 x 76.7 x 8.25mm
OS: iOS 17
Screen size: 6.7 inches
Resolution: 2796 x 1290 pixels
CPU: A17 Pro
RAM: 8GB (unofficial)
Storage: 256GB/512GB/1TB
Battery: 4,422mAh (unofficial)
Rear camera: 48MP (wide) + 12MP (ultra-wide) + 12MP (telephoto with 5x optical zoom)
Front camera: 12MP
    Google Pixel 8 Pro

 

Release date: October 2023
Weight: 213g
Dimensions: 162.6 x 76.5 x 8.8mm
OS: Android 14
Screen size: 6.7-inch
Resolution: 1344 x 2992
CPU: Google Tensor G3
RAM: 12GB
Storage: 128GB/256GB/512GB/1TB
Battery: 5,050mAh
Rear camera: 50MP + 48MP + 48MP
Front camera: 10.5MP
 Final Words

 

You should think about the kind of photos you wish to shoot when selecting a phone with a camera. A lengthy zoom would be useful if you enjoy capturing nature shots or if you are a sports photographer who frequently captures amateur or professional athletes. If the majority of your images are of yourself and your friends, an excellent all-around camera is preferable. Although the greatest camera phones can be pricey, we also have affordable options if money is a big concern.

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LEAVEN K620 Mechanical Keyboard (Quick Review)

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LEAVEN K620 Mechanical Keyboard (Quick Review)

 

 

LEAVEN K620 Mechanical Keyboard

The LEAVEN K620 Mechanical Keyboard is one of the most underrated but the best gaming mechanical keyboards in the market.

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LEAVEN K620 Quick Specs & Review

 

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Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra vs Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max Compared

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Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra vs Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max Compared

 

 

How Samsung’s top-tier Galaxy S24 Ultra stacks up against Apple’s priciest non-folding phones

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The most expensive phone in the company’s range, the $1,300 (£1,249, AU$2,199) Galaxy S24 Ultra from Samsung boasts numerous new artificial intelligence technologies in addition to camera improvements.

READ Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra launched with Qualcomm Snapdragon 8

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Not only is it the most costly non-folding flagship phone on the market right now—it costs $100 more than the entry-level model from the previous year. The $1,200 Galaxy S23 Ultra and the $1,200 Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max.

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But for that amount, you get the most powerful phone specifications and a camera that probably specializes in taking close-up, detailed zoom shots. The S24 Ultra boasts a big 6.8-inch AMOLED display, the most recent Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 engine, and a 200-megapixel main camera that is now paired with a 50-megapixel telephoto sensor.

 

While we won’t be able to test these specifications on a daily basis until our evaluation of the Galaxy S24 Ultra is complete, we can contrast them with the priciest models that other flagship phone manufacturers have to offer.

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Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra vs. Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max

 

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra

Display size and resolution

6.8-inch AMOLED; 3,120×1,440 pixels; 1-120Hz adaptive refresh rate

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Pixel Density

501 ppi

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Dimensions

6.40 x 3.11 x 0.34 in

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163 x 79 x 8.6 mm

Weight

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233 g (8.22 oz)

Software

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Android 14

Camera

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200-megapixel (wide), 12-megapixel (ultrawide), 10-megapixel (3x telephoto), 50-megapixel (5x telephoto)

12-megapixel (front facing camera)

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8K video capture

Processor

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Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3

RAM/Storage

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12GB RAM + 256GB, 512GB, 1TB

5,000 mAh Battery

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Finger print sensor under display

USB-C Connector

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Special Features

Titanium frame, 2,600-nit peak brightness; 7 years of OS and security updates; 5G (mmWave); IP68 water resistance; wireless PowerShare to charge other devices; integrated S Pen; UWB for finding other devices; 45W wired charging (charger not included); Galaxy AI; Wi-Fi 7; Gorilla Glass, Armor cover glass

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Price

$1,300 (256GB)

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£1,249 (256GB)

AU$2,199 (256GB)

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Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max

Display And Resolution

6.7-inch OLED; 2,796×1,290 pixels; 120Hz adaptive

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Pixels

460 ppi

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Dimensions

3.02 x 6.29 x 0.32 in

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76.7 x 159.9 x 8.25 mm

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Weight

221 g (7.81 oz)

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Software

iOS 17

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Camera

48-megapixel (wide), 12-megapixel (ultrawide), 12-megapixel telephoto (5x optical)

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12-megapixel (front facing camera)

4K video capture

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Processor

A17 Pro

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RAM/Storage

256GB, 512GB, 1TB

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Battery Capacity Undisclosed; Apple claims up to 29 hours of video playback (25 hours streamed)

Face ID

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USB-C (USB 3.0)

 

Special Features

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5G (mmw/Sub6), Action Button, Always-On display, IP68 rating, MagSafe, Dynamic Island, 5x optical zoom (120mm equivalent), satellite connectivity, eSIM, Thread networking technology

Price

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$1,199 (256GB), $1,399 (512GB), $1,599 (1TB)

£1,199 (256GB), £1,399 (512GB), £1,599 (1TB)

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AU$2,199 (256GB), AU$2,549 (512GB), AU$2,899 (1TB)

 

 

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