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RECORD VOULUME HOW DO I SET THE RECORD VOULUME. WHEN I RECORD THE VOLUME IS SET SO LOUD WHEN I GO TO MAKE A MOVIE THERE IS A LOT OF HISSING BECAUSE THE VOLUME IS SO HIGH IN ORDER TO HEAR THE FOREGROUND NOISE. EXAMPLE I WAS RECORDING MY SON PLAYING THE PIANO AT A CONCERT. I HEAR THE PIANO JUST FINE BUT THERE IS A LOT OF AMBIENT HISS.

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Put the camera into manual mode from there get into the menu options and adjust the recording volume level.

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