The Gearator – A Gear Comparison Tool

A gear aggregator; a curated list of many of the different tools available for purchase related to the field of digital media. This list isn’t comprehensive, but it’s something I developed for personal use and then started publicizing because it’s helpful. If you want to know what Fenn thinks of a specific piece of gear, this is the quickest way to find out. It’s a high level way to make sense of a lot of options. Just start typing in the search box.

Categories include: Camera, Lens, Support, Microphone, Field Recorder, PreAmp,TxRx, Software

Category
Brand
Model
Gist
CameraCanonR5So unimpressed by 8k with no other mention of bit depth, compression, chroma subsampling, etc. They claim IBIS will be amazing but they're also extremely late to the game. This camera announcement does not impress me at all.
SoftwareArtlist.ioArtlist.io$199/yr music subscription service
SoftwareAudiioLifetime music subscription for $199?
SoftwareCadrageCadrageApp (like Artemis) that acts as director's viewfinder
SoftwareCineGizmoCineControl, CineTakes for ARRIMetadata, camera control, rating, director's notes, all from an app.
SoftwareLesspainKynoChecksum, frame.io support, popular movie codec support, metadata support, but works like bridge where metadata is in hidden sidecar files and has no database
AccessoryCoreSWX Nano-C98Canon battery with D-tap and USB out!
AccessoryTilta*Nucleus NanoIncredibly value for under $200, decent motor strength (but test with cine lenses as you do get what you pay for) and just enough programmability
LightingPilotfly*AtomCube Rx1Bluetooth mesh, 2500K–8500K, Effects, Color-accurate, good output. Serious contender to Boling P1 or Aputure MC.
CameraRedRanger with Gemini 5K S35 SensorRental-only item that adds the most needed features to the standard brain
CameraArriAlexa Mini LFThis'll be popular since it's basically shrinking an Alexa while growing its sensor, but not worth the $50k+ for most non-professionals. It's even Netflix-approved.
CameraZ CamE2This would have been more exciting several years ago, but now, for the price, why not just get a camera with an EVF, LCD, stabilization, etc? Variable electronic ND in the mount is nice.
CameraKinefinityMavo LFA great picture but at this price point I want a brand with a reliable track record. There are now other cameras near this price point that offer superior usability and reliability.
CameraCanonC500mkIIAt $16k it's a more reasonably-priced C700, 6k, Built-in ND, Dual Pixel AF, decent choice
CameraSonyFX9$10k, Full frame, E-mount, Great Hybrid AF though it needs a touch screen, Metadata-gyro-based post stabilization but no IBIS, XAVC-I, XAVC-L, 16-bit raw 4K, Dual ISO, Electronic Variable ND is awesome, Venice "color science", S-cinetone
AccessoryAutonomousSmartDesk 2Very cheap sit/stand desk Gerard Undone recommends but is supposedly the cheapest both in price and quality.
CameraArriAlexa 65Fantastic out-of-box image, pricey
CameraArriAlexa LFPrice, Focus is tougher
CameraArriAlexa
CameraBlackmagicBlackmagic URSA Mini 4.6kPoor low light, big and heavy-ish (5lbs) too big for Ronin M, no proxy mode, poor internal color, color inconsistent with luma change.
CameraBlackmagicBlackmagic URSA Mini Pro
CameraBlackmagicPocket Cinema Camera 4kNo EVF, Poor AF,
CameraBlackmagicPocket Cinema Camera 6kGreat codec, menues, picture quality, metadata input, No EVF, Poor AF, New Camera, Poor Battery
CameraCanonC200ND, DualPixel AF, EVF, Battery Life, Audio Inputs, Proxies, Mediocre LCD, No Sensor Stabilization
CameraCanon5D3
CameraCanonC700 Full FramePricey, Full frame at high frame rates to external recorder
CameraCanon1DX Mk IIIInternal 10 bit 4:2:2, 4k with no crop though 60fps does crop, 5k internal raw video but 128GB=5 minutes record time, electronic but no IBIS stabilization, no articulating screen, but finally better Canon pre-amps!, low light is good at 12,800 ISO both noise and AF, no raw on HDMI out, This camera would have been awesome several years ago, now we're all wondering why it's not an RF mirrorless version.
CameraFujifilmXT-2At $900 it's a great value. Rather comparable to the XT-3, no BSI sensor, 1.18x crop in 4k video, no 10-bit, faster processing means much better AF on XT-3, HEVC recording on XT-3, rolling shutter better on XT-3, does shoot F-log, 1080 120fps,
CameraFujifilm*XT-3APS-C, $1500 launch, no IBIS, 4k 60fps, 10-bit h.265, F-log, 4:2:2 over HDMI, dual SD slots, great EVF
CameraFujifilm*XT-30XT-30 is cheaper than XT-3at $700, still no IBIS,4k 30fps, 10-bit external only, 10 minute limit, APS-C, great AF, great color, good lens choices
CameraNikonZ6
CameraPanasonicLX100Excellent all-in-one compact, fantastic lens, 4k, No remote shutter control port, no headphone jack, no mic jack, no V-Log, no touch screen, no articulating screen, $600
CameraPanasonicGX85Fantastic budget option ($400), IBIS, high IQ, great touch screen, no log, no mic input, only 90º screen articulation,
CameraPanasonicG7No IBIS, bigger (DSLR sized), has drive mode dial and focus switch, articulating LCD, mic input, no log but does have Cinelike D and V, great touch screen, no 4k internal and simultaneous HDMI ($500)
CameraPanasonicS1HUnprecedented video quality in a mirrorless ILC camera for $4000. 6k, full frame, great bit rates, 10-bit, log, 60p, IBIS, articulating screen, great EVF, L-mount
CameraPanasonicS1$2500, IBIS, L-mount, paid upgrade for 10 bit and log, mediocre AF
CameraPanasonicGH5MFT 'small sensor', 5-axis IBIS with lens+in body stabilization, full width 4k video, internal 10 bit, internal LUT preview, vectorscope, waveform, auto ISO in Manual mode, full-size HDMI,
CameraPanasonicGH4MFT 'small sensor', poor video AF and low light, great stabilization, great internal codecs and external 10-bit recording, comfortable to use, a very solid choice for a hybrid video/photo camera
CameraPanasonicZS10010x (25-250mm) LEICA 2.8–5.9, 4k HD (no log), timelapse
CameraPanasonicZS200Incredible 15x zoom for a 1" sensor (24mm–360mm). 5 axis stabilization is sensor or just lens though? No log. No phase detect AF. No ND.
CameraPanasonicGX9
CameraRedHelium 8k EpicDSMC2 body with internal WiFi means "FoolControl" focus and camera control and lighter weight. Still need a module just to power the camera and expensive accessories with long wait times to get a Raven or Scarlet (and camera has crazy-long boot-up times). Low light is finally here with Helium sensor. Windowed resolutions for lower res rather than scaling seems unfortunate but you can get ProRes 2k proxy and Fusion scales well.
CameraRedMonstro 8k VVVista Vision (close to full frame) sensor
CameraRedHelium 8k S35S35 sensor
CameraSamsungNX1Amazing first-gen camera. Sad they nixed it. USB3, NFC,WiFi, BT, h.265, No log, no ND, Lenses are biggest deal, no Aputure DEC compatibility, no Sigma Art lenses, no true Log profile, no electronic Canon adapters even. Edelkrone shutter release cable? Look at the firmware updates.
CameraSonyA7RII42MP, IBIS, 4k video, log, great AF, rolling shutter poor, fullframe less quality than the downscaled s35 crop mode
CameraSonyA7RIV61MP, IBIS, AI-powered eye AF, rolling shutter issues
CameraSonyA7SII12mp, IBIS, 100mbps XAVC-S, S-log2, everyone awaits an update
CameraSonyFS5Many awesome features (electronic variable ND especially), but in real life I didn't enjoy using it, clunky menu, slow to access critical controls, etc.
CameraSonyRX100 V24–701.8–2.8 but on a 1" sensor that doesn't get you much depth. Built in ND. Phase detect AF. LCD tilts all the way up for reverse shots.
CameraSonya6300One of the first 4k cameras with full pixel readout, overheating and rolling shutter issues, terrible battery life, no headphone jack
CameraSonya6400No internal stabilization; 425 Phase- & Contrast-Detect AF Points,
Intervalometer, S-log2, best LCD of a6300 and a6500 as it has a 180º selfie mode,
CameraSonya6500Touchscreen, 5-axis IBIS, only 90º LCD which is a downgrade from previous a6400, 11fps, face and eye tracking
CameraSony*A7IIIBest hybrid photo/video camera of 2019 for the price, great AF, good lens options, proxy recording (though not while using face detection), full frame, S-log 2 (though only 8-bit)
CameraSonya6600Better battery life! Great AF, IBIS is mediocre, low light good, bad rolling shutter still, single SD slot, headphone jack. It's close to a73 in price so it can't sell all that well.
CameraSonyVeniceInterchangeable sensor, 6 micron pixel pitch, updated color science, support for true 4-perf anamorphic lenses (cropped sensor), standard Bayer sensor, claimed 15 stop DR, 16-bit linear to AXS-R7 recorder and X-OCN for full frame raw 6k (2Gb/sec), native ISO 500, up to 8-stops built-in ND, cons: not a high speed king (only 60fps@Super35); anamorphic 4k and full frame are both paid firware upgrades
CameraCanonT7iUses Digic7 so no Magic Lantern (the only thing redeeming Canon in the modern era), 1080p video, 24MP APS-C sensor, Dual pixel AF (45 point), 3" fully articulating LCD with touch. It's decent for stills/video use, but has weak video features in comparison with alternative options. $600
LensPanasonic10-25mm f1.7Great performance, prime quality, MFT, pricey
LensCanonCN7 17-120mm T2.9$20k+ lens amongst the few that represents one of the few options for fast 'affordable' S35 lens with a decent zoom range. But it's big and heavy.
Lens
LensFujinonMKMK series are great, s35 lenses, parfocal, and as fast as you can get (T2.9) without getting big and pricey. Much cheaper than Cabrio series.
LensFujinonPremista 28-100mm t2.946mm image circle (full frame) but pro-priced. If you really want a full frame fast zoom lens here you go
LensLaowa 12mm f2.8Full frame
LensSamyang/Rokinon/Bower135mm f2Full frame
LensSigma14–24 f2.8Full frame
Lens
LensSamyang/Rokinon/Bower14mm f2.4Full frame
LensSamyang/Rokinon/Bower14mm f2.8Full frame
LensSamyang/Rokinon/Bower14mm f2.8Full frame, AF!
LensSigma14mm f1.8Full frame, Excellent lens
LensTamron15-30mm f2.8Full frame, Good lens, no filters
LensLaowa 15mm f2Full frame
LensIrix15mm f2.4Full frame, Affordable and awesome, just not quite as good as the Laowa 15mm f2
LensCanon16-35mm f2.8Full frame
LensZeiss Milvus18mm f2.8Full frame
LensCanon 20mm f2.8Full frame
LensSamyang/Rokinon/Bower20mm f1.8Full frame
LensSigma20mm f1.4Full frame, Excellent lens but no filtration
LensSigma20mm f1.8
LensSamyang/Rokinon/Bower24mm f1.4
LensSigma24-35mm f2Full frame, Big and heavy, large filter thread
LensTamron24-70mm f2.8Full frame
LensTokina24-70mm f2.8Full frame
LensTokina50-135mm t2.9V2 is a great upgrade, great value lens
LensVazen40mm T2 Anamorphic1.8x, $3k so cheap in terms of anamorphics, MFT
LensCanon 24mm f2.8Full frame
LensSigma24mm f1.4Full frame, Excellent optically BUT for star and night stuff not ideal as coma performance at f1.4 and f2 is bad. Good at f2.8 in every aspect.
LensSony ZA24mm f1.8Full frame
LensZeiss25mm f2Full frame
LensTamron28-75mm f2.8Full frame
LensTamron28–75mm f2.8Full frame
LensCanon28mm f1.8Full frame
LensSigma28mm f1.4Full frame
LensSony28mm f2Full frame
LensSony35mm f1.4Full frame, Excellent lens
LensSony ZA35mm f2.8Full frame
LensSigma50mm f1.4Full frame
LensSony ZA55mm f1.8Full frame
LensSony55mm f1.8 ZA f1.8Full frame
Cine LensCanon SumireSumireFull frame, Cine Lens, mount swappable EF/PL,
Cine LensZeiss Supreme Primes FFSupreme Primes FFFull frame, Cine Lens, Zeiss Supreme Primes FF
Cine LensCooke S7/iS7/iFull frame, Cine Lens,
Cine LensCooke Anamorphic/i Full Frame PlusAnamorphic/i FF+Full frame, Cine Lens, The image circle of the Anamorphic/i Full Frame Plus lenses will cover a full 24 x 36 still size sensor (image diagonal of 43.27 mm), with a 1.8x squeeze.
Cine LensRokinon XEENXEENCine Lens, Best deal, strong coma in 24mm, bigger and heavier than need to be, not color consistent
Cine LensARRI Signature PrimesSignature PrimesFull frame, Cine Lens,
Cine LensLeica ThaliaThaliaFull frame, Cine Lens, $250k for the set but Fenn would really like to try these
Cine LensSigma CineCineFull frame, Cine Lens, Look wonderful , Art quality sharp, but breath somewhat (Wolfcrowe says a lot, Matt Duclos says a little and mainly in 14mm). Electronic contacts for lens metadata! 14mm and 135mm at f2.0 are uncommonly fast for cine lenses.
Cine LensTokina CineCineS35, Cine Lens, Very nice! No breathing.
Cine LensTokinaVistaFull frame (larger than Vista Vision), sharp wide open, beautiful falloff
Cine LensAtlas OrionOrionAnamorphic, Cine Lens,
LensSigma10–20mm 3.5
LensPanasonic100-300mm f5.6MFT
LensTokina11-16mm f2.8
LensTokina11-20mm f2.8
LensZeiss Touit12mm f2.8
LensTokina14-20mm f2
LensSamsung16-50mm S f2–2.8
LensSony16–50 f2.8
LensSony16–50 pancake f3.5-5.6
LensHasselblad Vario-Tes E ZA16–70mm F4 f4
LensSamyang/Rokinon/Bower16mm f2
LensSony16mm Pancake f2.8
LensSigma18-35 f1.8
LensTamron18–200mm 3.5-6.3
LensTamron18–400
LensSigma APS E19mm f2.8
LensSigma16mm f1.4
LensSony20mm Pancake 2.8
LensSony ZE24mm 1.8
LensSigma APS E30mm 2.8
LensSamsung30mm Pancake
LensZeiss Touit32mm f1.8
LensSony35mm f1.8
LensSamsung45mm 1.8
LensSamsung50-200
LensSigma500–100 f1.8
LensSony50mm f1.8
LensZeiss Touit50mm f2.8
LensSigma APS E60mm f2.8
LensSamsung85mm f1.4NX mount depricated
Support (Gimbal)Nebula 4000 LiteNebula 4000 Lite
Support (Gimbal)CAME TV SingleCAME TV SingleEncoded motors! fast setup, joystick included, 1/4 20 monitor mount nice, larger space allows for up/down tilt. For $28 you get a wireless remote!
Support (Gimbal)CAME TV ActionCAME TV Action
Support (Gimbal)Beholder MS-1Beholder MS-1
Support (Gimbal)Beholder DS-1Beholder DS-1
Support (Gimbal)Nebula 4200 3-axisNebula 4200 3-axis
Support (Gimbal)Nebula 4200 5-axisNebula 4200 5-axis
Support (Gimbal)Nebula 4200 LiteNebula 4200 Lite
Support (Gimbal)Pilotfly H1Pilotfly H1
Support (Gimbal)Pilotfly H1+Pilotfly H1+
Support (Gimbal)Pilotfly H2Pilotfly H2
Support (Gimbal)DJIRonin SBest bet for reliability, support, and features
Support (Slider)Edelkrone
Support (Slider)iFootageShark Mini
Support (Tripod)MillerCiNXAwesome revamping of fluid head design for heavier cameras. Miller has always excelled at making light-weight tripods that perform well with heavier loads. These are professionally-priced as well however.
Support (Tripod)iFootageGazelle TA6Fenn likes the bowl because it allows for small leveling adjustments without adjusting leg height. He also loves center columns for height adjustment without messing with legs. The Benro Aero tripods and the iFootage Gazelle provide both.
Support (Tripod)E-imageEK60AAM
Support (Tripod)BenroS8
Support (Tripod)BenroA2883FS4Very compact size of for maximum portability (legs fold back over center column)
Support (Tripod)SachtlerAceVery poor quality
LightingAputureF7Great all-purpose cheap light
LightingAputure120DGood light quality (though tungsten version is superior), output is limited, dimmer and power bank a bit clumsy, pretty good value
LightingAputure300DGood value for output
LightingAputure300D IIIntegrated ballast and controller, $1k, 20% brighter than v1, 350 watts, good light quality, lighting effects and Sidus Link App Integration
LightingArriSC60-C
LightingAsteraAX1Tube LED with zones (similar to Digital Sputnik), 20-hr battery, phone control, easy to use,
LightingLume CubePanelCell-phone sized bi-color LED panel. 400Lux@1M; CRI 96+
LightingIntellytechFast Frame Scrim & Diffuser($350) This 6.5'x5' diffusion+grid is particularly easy to assemble and take down since you leave the diffusion and egg crate on
LightingIntellytechMEGA-LiteCloth3'x4.5' foldable LED mat for under $2k, makes for a simple large-but-portable light source
LightingBoling*P1$150 launch. Small, RGB LED, Bright, Mountable, Bi-Color, High CRI/TLCI, Color effects (police car, TV, fire), just under Aputure F7 output, 3AmpHr internal battery 2.5 hrs at 100% power is incredible; 1480Lux@.5M; - at low levels color can't be fine-tuned
LightingAputureMC$90 launch. RGB LED; RGBWW; "Sidus Mesh Link" with other Aputure lights is cool; 100Lux@1M id s little low.
LightingCameTVBoltzen 55W Fresnel
LightingCameTVBoltzen AndromedaTube-style with built-in battery, barn doors and mounting points, a bit pricey but worth it for RGB
LightingDigital SputnikVoyagerCool zoned RGB LED but pricey.
LightingDigital Sputnik
LightingFalcon Eyes BL-30TDAputure 300D Alternative but bi-color
LightingGodoxLC 500Compare to YongNuo and Andromeda?
LightingGodoxSL 200Compare to Aputure 300D and Falcon Eyes BL-30TD; loud for video
LightingLedgoLG-G260
LightingLupoSuperpanel Dual Color 6070k lux at a meter (like an Arri M18 with 1200watt bulb) ! or 45k lux on battery power, draws 45 watts, $1790 is reasonable price for that type of output,
LightingLupoSuperpanel Full Color 60
LightingLupoDayled 2000
LightingProfound/Blind SpotCrack LightExcellent CRI/TLCI; waterproof, South Korean manf. "Profound" distributing through "Blind Spot" company.
LightingQuasarQ-LED T8No mounting options, requires AC, no RGB, dimmer sold separately
LightingQuasarRGB
LightingVILTROXL116TCheap and large-ish source
LightingYongnuoYN360RGB Light Wand
LightingYongnuoYN360II ProBicolor light wand
LightingYN360II Pro RGBRGB Light Wand
LightingYongnuoYN360SBicolor light wand
LightingNanliteForza 60
LightingNanliteForza 300
LightingNanliteForza 500One of the better options for high output COB lights available.
LightingHiveSuperhornet 575c
LightingLuxliTaiko
LightingRayzr 7300 Daylight
LightingArri SkyPanel S60-CA pricey, well-built industry standard; 40lbs
Field RecorderTascamDR05Inferior pre-amps to Zoom but omni internal mic is nice for field recording.
Field RecorderZoomH1Best option for price if budget-limited. Gets you superior audio to in-camera mic for <$100 Works as a lav mic recorder for interviews too.
Field RecorderZoomH1nUpdated H1 with better build quality.
Field RecorderZoomF1Size and 10-pin acessory port add great flexibility. Sadly, no phantom power (not even with capsules), RF interference prone (airplane mode); mid-range quality pre-amps; works as USB interface to PC
Field RecorderZoomF6Dual analog A>D converter party trick means 'never clip' has come to Zoom.
Field RecorderTascamDR60dmkII
Field RecorderTascamDR-40X
Field RecorderZoomH5Self noise improved from H4n; accessory shoe adds versatility
Field RecorderZoomH6Self noise improved from H4n, 4 built-in inputs plus accessory shoe adds major versatility
Field RecorderZoomF4Cheap option for TC generation which H6 lacks, Great pre-amps with low noise, look-ahead limiters are good, F-control accessory, automix, screen inferior to F8, 8AA batteries cumbersome. No app integration for metadata input like F8 has. Battery life ppor.
Field RecorderZoomF8nUpdate makes headphone gain improvement,
Field RecorderSound DevicesMixPre3Don't get "M" versions for music; High quality, great analog limiters, 3rd part controller support, Android support,
Field RecorderSound Devices633
Field RecorderZaxcomMaxx
Field RecorderZoomH4n
Field RecorderZoomH4n ProHas a weak pre-amp so no good with Rode NTG2
Field RecorderZoomF8
Field RecorderZaxcomNomad
Field RecorderZaxcomDiva
Field RecorderSound Devices688
Field RecorderTascamDR701DNot as great now that we have better Zoom and Sound Device alternatives
Field RecorderTascamDR-10LLike Zoom F1 but only a lav mic recorder
Field RecorderSound DevicesMixPre6See new MixPre II Series with 32-bit float recording
Field RecorderSound DevicesMixPre10tSee new MixPre II Series with 32-bit float recording
Field RecorderJuiced LinkOut of business?
Field RecorderLectrosonics
Field RecorderTascamDR100mkIII
Lav/PhoneAudio TechnicaATR3350
ShotgunAudio TechnicaAT8987
StudioAudio Technica
AT2035
MicrophoneAzdenSMX 15Superior to Rode Video mic pro, inferior to Deity D3
USBBlueSnowball
Super Cardiod CondenserDeityS Mic 2Very popular for the price; Deity's flagship mic
Super Cardiod CondenserDeityS Mic 2sShorter version of the S Mic 2
ShotgunDeityV-Mic D3 ProAwesome set of features and quality for on-camera mic. Deity D3 Pro is one of the best all-purpose microphones. It has a TTRS plug for phone or camera use (with adapter)
Lav/PhoneOscar Tech
Lav/PhoneRodeSmartLav+
Lav/PhoneRodeiXyFor beginners, I'd suggest just spending $80 on a Zoom H1 and practice keeping it close to the sound source.
ShotgunRodeNTG2
RodeRodeNTG5Great value, shorter/lighter than NTG3, requires phantom power
WirelessRode*Wireless GoIncredible at $200. Performs best in line-of-sight scenarios, doesn't work with all lav mics (excessive hum) but very easy to set up.
WirelessSaramonicBlink 500 B2A dual channel wireless mic for $250! 2.4 GHz | Poor quality sound
MicrophoneRode | MOVO | ComicaRode Video Micro; Comica VM10IIA decent, small, camera-top microphone for ENG-style shooting. Great for the price.
ShotgunSennheiserME66/K6
ShotgunSennheiserMKH-416"Industry standard"
MicrophoneSureShure SM7B
Lav/PhoneZoomiQ7
Pre-ampSaramonic SR-PAX1
Pre-ampSaramonic SR-PAX2Great unit for price, good pre-amps, +48v, dual mono summing, detailed levels and battery display, comparable to Beachtek. 9v batteries are annoying but standard in these sort of pre-amps, no headphone volume adjustment, physically larger than the Beachtek Micro Pro
Pre-ampComicaCVM-AX3Fully featured, good performer, but a bit large.
Pre-ampSonosaxSX-M2D2$1k but nice! Works as audio interface, plug a phone or computer in. Highest quality pre-amps
Pre-ampWooden CameraA-Box PlusSmall size at last! Light weight, Canon LP-E6 battery,
Pre-ampBeachtekDXA-MicroProSolid pre-amps, great choice for a few extra bucks, only one XLR input
Pre-ampBeachtekDSLR ProOld DXA-SLR PRO and new DXA-MICRO PRO differences: Size - the MICRO PRO is about half the size and weight (mounts above or below camera).
The MICRO PRO has one XLR input with phantom power and two mono plus one stereo TRS inputs with plug-in power so you can use virtually any microphones with it.
Preamps are very different: The MICRO PRO has between 3–6 times more gain so you can dramatically reduce the noisy camera gain to give you a much cleaner signal.
Pre-ampBeachtekMicro Pro PlusLike Micro Pro but adds a removable cheese plate to mount accessories and has a built-in LiPo battery for up to ten hours of run time.
Pre-ampSaramonicSmartRigLower quality. I'd say don't go there unless your camera has really bad internal preamps
TxRxNyriusNyrius Aries ProBest bang for buck consumer system; no SMA antenna
TxRxHollyland*Hollyland Mars 300 Good budget system ($400) with similar latency (100ms) to Nyrius; has loop out on TX
TxRxTeradekTeradek Bolt 500 LT"Industry Standard" if you support Vitec
TxRxCinegearsCinegears 2-in-1 2000MInsanely long range
TxRxCAME TVCAME TV Crystal 800HDMI only, WiFi output to few devices
TxRxR2TeckR2Teck DVLM 100HDMI only, WiFi output
TxRxCinegearsCinegears Ghost Eye 600M10 bit 4:2:2 transmission
TxRxHollylandHollyland Cosmo 2000
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