A qual­ity video needs great au­dio to suc­ceed. Learn the ba­sics of in-cam­era setup

Digital Photograper - - Techniques -


AD­JUST MI­CRO­PHONE SEN­SI­TIV­ITY choose how acutely your built-in mi­cro­phone de­tects and records sound. This is nec­es­sary in sit­u­a­tions where the au­dio level is vari­able – when vol­ume lev­els are high, less sen­si­tiv­ity is re­quired.


CON­TROL THE WIND cut wind noise for higher-qual­ity sound record­ing, where the fo­cus of your video is clearly dis­cernible in video shot out­side. This will not be ac­ti­vated by de­fault, so en­sure you turn this fea­ture on when needed.


AD­JUST FRE­QUENCY RE­SPONSE Take con­trol over which fre­quen­cies of sound your cam­era records, by al­ter­ing how much am­bi­ent au­dio is de­tected. On this model there are op­tions for giv­ing pri­or­ity to voices, or to cap­ture more en­vi­ron­men­tal sound.

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