Review: Hollyland Cosmo 600 TX-RX wireless video hollyland review video wireless video By Vince on 9/29/19, 9:34 AM • 503 views I've had the chance to try out the "Hollyland Cosmo 600 TX-RX" wireless video. At first glance it really looks like something from outer space. Pricing is very cheap (around 2K for a 1 receiver set-up) considering the much more expensive Teradek's but here's why: pro: good price / quality range pretty decent image good quality built cables nice accessories cons: rather flimsy chassis / unresponsive plastic buttons pairing is very slow the receiver is VERY big Conclusion: If you're on a tight budget the Hollyland Cosmo 600 will do the job. The image is a little bit "smudged out" when the signal is too far out of reach and because of the linear antenna's you REALLY need to mount the TX upright on the camera, I've noticed when mounting it sideways the image is lost after 100ft. Going in and out from playback takes a will before the image pop's back up. When in a high-speed production I wouldn't suggest using the Cosmo, but would opt for the Teradek range. Software-wise it's exactly the same as the Tilta MAX range wireless video transmitters. all the technical specs are found here Aidan Gray On 10/1/19, 6:29 PM Every time I read a review of one of these non-Vitec units, the one thing I find is missing is a picture of the RF spray from the transmitter - I was doing a prep at Panavision last year and all of a sudden everyone's wireless video cuts out in all the bays. Everyone was very confused, when we realised there was a Chinese wireless unit in the middle of all of us and it was emitting such a strong signal that it was interfering with everyone else's units... I'd love to see a Hollyland unit transmitter setup next to an RF meter to see what its putting out - with increasingly crowded sets these days, its a very real concern... E. Roni Beraha On 10/8/19, 4:58 PM Well, I worked on a big commercial with 3 camera setups. The dop had 3 wcu4 units to change the T stop. If you stood behind the Holly land, it would block all the signals which drove the DOP crazy. I had to sit in front of the sender all the time not to loose signal. Klim Jurevicius On 9/30/19, 7:52 PM Unless something changed, all I have to say about Hollyland is that they dont sell receivers separately. Well.. they do, but you gotta pay the price of a TX and RX. Maybe they changed their policy, it's been about a year when I looked into their products.