Question about Vivitar ViviCam 4100 Digital Camera
I recently went to my first ever live gig and took my pictures and video clips with my Vivitar vivicam 4100. The pics were all brilliant as were the video however i was upset to find that audio on the video was totally gone. the sound was jumping very very badly and you could hardly hear the songs. In a few clips for a few seconds the sound is good but as soon as the music kicks it got really bad. Can anyone help?
Your digital camera is not a professional recording device. A live gig, especially indoors, or if you're close to the stage, means very high decibels, and you need something more serious if you really want to hear it later. You should get a recording device that can tune to different sensitivities. My old mini disc was great for this before it died. You also need a decent mic. Better luck next time! who was performing btw?
Posted on Jun 12, 2006
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