Originally Posted by bert6280
Tell me about it! Dear god...
I'm editing a yearbook DVD for a local shool a the moment and they've shot interviews with the pupils on a Canon, You can hardly hear a single word they're saying because the speak so quiet and they're drowned out by the constant ZZZZZZZZZ, I would try and filter it out for them, but they're not paying me much to do it so they can just put up with it methinks.
As far as not picking up noise from the tape Mechanism goes, I think I've had the most pleasure with a cheapy Panasonic cam, which the Tape mechanism didn't actually seem to make much noise at all in, however on my HDR-HC3 I find the noise of the tape mechanism quite loud altho the mic doesn't pic up much of it.
Last edited by Best_OutRunner; 05-20-2007 at 08:32 AM.
It's not about what camera you use or how much it cost.
It's about what you shoot,
how you shot it,
and how you edit it :P