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How do i eliminate wind noise when recording video outside with my sd 1000

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Most professional recording mikes have a foam cover to reduce the wind noise. Maybe a small piece of material like that might help reduce wind noise if it is over where the mike(s) are.

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Posted on Sep 13, 2009

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Wind noise is very common when recording outside.

Firstly, make sure the microphone you use is uni-directional. This means it will work in the same way that a television antenna does, in that it will pick up sound from the direction it points in, but sounds from other directions will be attenuated. These mics are often used by broadcasters and those in noisy situations, football matches etc.

Secondly, make sure your microphone is fitted with a good foam wind cover. If it already has one, fit a thicker one. This is the single most important thing you can do to cut down on wind noise. You can always get yourself some foam and wrap it around the microphone, right over the top, and tie it with a piece of string.
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