I am going to unbox and review this device I have in hand this is the lensgo 348C wireless microphone. Today we'll see if their new product is worth buying, but before we go any further, let's unbox it! So now we're going to see what's inside the box as usual it comes with a manual that we don't really care about the benefits of this mic, it's included in the lavalier mic so you don't need to buy it separately it also comes with 2 cables to use For connecting the mic to the camera or smartphone, make sure you are using the correct cable or it won't work it uses micro usb for charging, I don't think it's relevant to use micro usb as usb type c is widely used in today's devices and The mic itself so the body of this mic is made of hard plastic you can't expect any better quality from this mic as it is very cheap there is a clip mount so you can mount it on the camera or on the body the mic is located on the mic itself the top of.It also has 3 ports, 1st port is for micro usb charging, 2nd port is for audio monitoring, 3rd port is for lavalier mic, for transmitter it also has 3 ports, 1st port is for charging and the 2nd port is for audio monitoring and camera input the third port is on the left side it has the volume rocker which is easy to connect these two mics now you can see i haven't turned on the mic if the led The light stops blinking, it means the mic is already paired So if the LED light is blinking then it is not paired with each other This mic has a lot of features but I will focus on 3 main features. The first feature is that this microphone is easy to use and operate. The second feature is that it has an ultra-low latency of about 12.5MS, I think the lower the latency number, the better. The third feature is that the body of this microphone is very small and compact. So it is very convenient to carry around and this microphone can be used within 50 meters, very convenient.