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Missing Audio I was recording using a powered external lapel microphone. When finished I turned it off, however left it connected into the "mic in socket". I then went on to film other footage, but of course it did not record any sound. Does the internal microphone still record when another microphone is plugged in? If so how do I retrieve the audio from it?

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Sound changes to external mic. when any ex. mic. is inserted the internal mic. comes out of order then you don't and can't have two sounds same time that mean you only get the ex. mic sound regards please don't forget to rate thx

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