Today we're going to take a look at the lensgo true budget wireless microphone system. First of all I want to tell you what product you're going to get in this box, so that's what you have in it is basically a hard shell case to protect the transmitter receiver and all other cables and stuff, then you can open it up and let's see what's in there boring manuals then we have a lavalier mic and then you have a smartphone cable. If you want to connect the lensgo camera mic system to the smartphone and you have one The cable can connect it to the camera. I'm currently using a cable to connect to my fujifilm xd4 two usb c , the usb cable to charge the transmitter and the receiver. Finally you have a nice and compact cold shoe to hot shoe. You can mount in Your camera is agetic square with. Now let's take a closer look at the transmitter and receiver, first I want to show you the size you can see it's very compact, they're all made of plastic, but almost all wireless microphones The systems are all made of plastic,Now I want to show you all the buttons and ports on the transmitter and the receiver, so here I have the transmitter, we have a mic input to plug in an external mic, like the lavalier mic that came with it, I have the built-in mic, Sadly can't fit a windshield on it dead cat here i have the receiver i have a port to plug in a camera or a smartphone if you want i have a headphone jack to monitor the audio on the right we have power button, at the bottom we have gain adjustment plus minus plus minus and set button to adjust frequency and channel to pair between transmitter and receiver, and finally we have a usb port to charge e transmitter and receiver. In fact, we There is also a clip on the back of the transmitter and receiver that can be clipped to your belt or mounted on your camera set to 596.10 you will basically enter the same number and then they will pair automatically without any question.