I'll have a look into it! I'm really looking for something for one-person operation with the gimbal and follow focus.
I've noticed the Silencer Focus System but that's pretty expensive, although the trigger is closer to what I need.
Unfortunately I'm using an A7S with Sony E mount lenses.
Thanks for your reply though!
The best bet for a microphone to place on a hot shoe I would say go for the Rode VideoMic.
Each model of the VideoMic has a hot shoe mount so there would be no need to buy anything extra to attach it to the camera. The connection is a 3.5mm jack which would go straight into your 600D if you are fine with the drop in audio quality (any microphone plugged in would still sound better than the 600D's built-in microphone though).
If you want better audio and do not mind stretching your budget I would recommend a separate audio recorder (such as the Zoom H1). Remember to keep in mind that by using a separate recorder you would have to then sync the audio and video together in post-production. As for which model of Rode VideoMic is all dependant on your budget. The cheapest and worst of the three would be the VideoMic Go, then the VideoMic, and finally the VideoMic Pro being the most expensive and best quality of the three.
Regardless of price they are all great and easy to use microphones. For my short films I screw the Rode VideoMic onto a boom pole which is plugged straight into my Sony A7S. The sound quality for this setup is surprisingly good, and you can barely tell that it isn't recorded on a professional or more expensive microphone.
I've seen the MOZA Lite, and does look quite good for the price, but I have no news of it being sold in the UK :(
I am leaning more towards the DJI Ronin-M. Also the CAME-TV logo just looks so ugly that every time I'd use it I'd feel like throwing up a little bit.
Anyway thanks for your help!