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The MI shoe fits for UWP-D wireless

The MI shoe fits for UWP-D wireless
The UWP-D series

The MI shoe fits for UWP-D wireless

The UWP-D series has been designed to deliver high sound quality with low noise

Featuring NFC Sync functionality for easy frequency setting, Sony’s new UWP-D series wireless microphones – the UWP-D21, UWP-D22 and UWP-D26 – are now available. They offer support for Multi-Interface Shoe (MI shoe) and a new digital audio interface.

The UWP-D series is designed to deliver high sound quality with low noise by skipping the D/A and A/D process when used with the new SMAD-P5 MI shoe adaptor and compatible camcorders, such as Sony’s PXW-Z280 and PXW-Z190 XDCAM, using firmware version 3.0, as well as the a7R IV (ILCE-7RM4) 35mm full-frame camera.

The NFC Sync feature, meanwhile, automatically scans for the appropriate frequency and allows this channel to be sent to the transmitter via Near Field Communication. The systems have been built with a ‘reduced size and weight’ to allow for the mobility required in a wide range of applications, including news, remote, documentary and sports production.

The UWP-D21 system features the UWP-D21 bodypack wireless microphone, UTX-B40 bodypack transmitter, URX-P40 portable receiver, ECM-V1BMP omnidirectional lavalier microphone and accessories. The UWP-D22 bodypack wireless microphone package comes with the UTX-M40 handheld microphone, URX-P40 receiver and accessories. The UWP-D26 package includes the UTX-B40 bodypack transmitter, UTX-P40 XLR plug-on transmitter and URX-P40 receiver, as well as the related accessories.



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