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Video sound when i try to record on video mode, it will record but with no sound. the sound in the back sounds very scratchy but you can't hear anyone.

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    MY CAMERA WILL PLAY VIDEO BUT NO SOUND.

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Could be a mic on your camera. Is there anyway to change the mic setting in the control panel of the camera? If not you could have a bad mic or that could be how the mic was designed by Sony.

Posted on Aug 21, 2008

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