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On my Panasonic NV-GS 120 - in spite of turning on 'wind noise reduction' I still get serious wind noise when filming on the move, eg from trains. If I stick a sponge across the mic should I turn off the wind noise protection or leave it switched on? Thankyou N S Lamb

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Wind noise reduction ON position is better in your case.

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