Thursday, August 4, 2011
Tips For Better Video SoundBy David Willis Published in Shooting
The very first thing to learn about working with audio is that it can be as straightforward or as complex as you want it to be. The microphones built into HD DSLRs are a convenient audio source for photographers just getting started with video on their still cameras. These internal microphones are similar in many ways to a basic kit lens. They're designed not for professional use, but rather to offer an audio solution that gets workable results while keeping the body of the camera comfortable to use and compact enough to carry. This also means that these onboard mics are fairly limited in their capabilities. With that in mind, there are a few different tricks that can help you to capture above-average sound.
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