The Godox MoveLink Mini 2.4GHz is all about ease of use. To get started, open the charging case, hit the pair button if the units aren’t already paired, take out the receiver, choose the adapter you want (in this review, the TRS) and plug it into the audio port on your camera. Then grab the two transmitter microphones, attach them to your subjects, check the levels, and you’re all set!
If one of your subjects is louder than the other, just move their microphone further away. There’s no individual microphone audio volume input adjustment. If both microphones sound quiet, you can quickly increase the input volume by pressing the button a few times. All other volume settings can be adjusted in the camera as usual.
On the transmitter microphones, you have a similar process to access the extra options. A short press will mute the microphone, or two short presses will activate the denoise mode.
Out of all the wireless microphone systems I’ve looked at, this one is by far the simplest. However, it won’t meet the needs of users who want many audio options. But for content creators who want a quick and easy way to record professional-sounding audio, this microphone system is perfect.
Not only is it compact and lightweight, but it’s also incredibly easy to use. The small socket adapters let you use the receiver with different devices, and the charging case even has space for them so that you won’t lose them.
When it comes to usability, you really can’t go wrong with the Godox MoveLink Mini 2.4GHz. There’s nothing complicated about it, so there’s nothing to confuse you. The microphone pickups are surprisingly good, too. Godox has chosen pickups that will meet the quality needs of most content creators, but pro and semi-pro users may find the audio depth and tone to be a bit lighter than with other units.
Ultimately, these units are simple, easy to use, and affordable.