If you're a business owner doing some video marketing, then you need to have good audio for your videos. When your videos sound bad, they are hard to watch, which means you'll lose an opportunity to attract a new customer. That would suck. So don't let your audio suck.
Here’s a test of some on camera microphones you can use when creating video marketing content for your business.
In this video, I do a comparison test between the COMICA CVM-V30 LITE versus the COMICA CVM-V10 II. And for fun, I throw in an Edutige ETM-006 lapel microphone so you can hear the difference between an on-camera shotgun microphone and a lapel microphone.
The COMICA CVM-V30 LITE was tested on a Sony A6500 and an iPhone 6.
Either of the COMICA microphones would have been way better if they were closer. The V30 LITE doesn't seem as sensitive as the V10 II.
If I had to choose, I'd go for the smaller V10 II. Not only is it smaller, but it includes a furry windscreen for outdoor use.
I also didn't notice a difference between the V30 LITE and the iPhone's built-in microphone.
*Disclaimer: I was sent the COMICA VM30 LITE for review but opinions are my own.