SmallRig Forevala W60 wireless microphone review

The SmallRig Forevala W60 is a great two-mic wireless mic kit with good range and low latency

SmallRig Forevala W60
(Image: © George Cairns)

Digital Camera World Verdict

This compact SmallRig Forevala W60 wireless transmitter and receiver kit enables you to capture great quality sound from a distance (and the subject’s voice will be in sync with their footage). By charging the units simultaneously via the carry case both transmitters and the receiver will go the distance during a shoot. Large LCD screens help you keep an eye on sound levels. A great piece of kit!


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    Charge all units simultaneously via box

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    Dials for adjusting levels

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    Long distance transmission

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    Low latency

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    Up to 8 hours battery life


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    No lavalier mic supplied

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    Windshield fiddly to attach

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SmallRig produces a wide range of microphones under its Forevala brand, from desktop USB mics such as the Forevala U60 to lavalier clip-on mics like the Forevala L20. 

The newly released SmallRig Forevala W60 frees you from the constraints of having a physical cable tethering your presenter to a camera. The W60 is a wireless microphone set that lets you walk and talk freely in front of a camera, capturing strong clear sound. It contains two transmitters and a receiver so you can record interviews if required. 

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George Cairns

George has been freelancing as a photo fixing and creative tutorial writer since 2002, working for award winning titles such as Digital Camera, PhotoPlus, N-Photo and Practical Photoshop. He's expert in communicating the ins and outs of Photoshop and Lightroom, as well as producing video production tutorials on Final Cut Pro and iMovie for magazines such as iCreate and Mac Format. He also produces regular and exclusive Photoshop CC tutorials for his YouTube channel.