#CameraNoise #CameraAudio #Micbuzz
One of the most common misperceptions about external camera microphones is that the buzz / hiss noise we hear is the microphone itself, when in fact, it is usually the camera’s pre-amp, which is an amplifier that makes the audio hearable. You can have a fantastic microphone, but if you plug it into a camera with a bad pre-amp, it will sound awful. Way back in 2008 to 2010, I couldn’t even hear it until someone pointed it out and now I can hear it all the time.
This video (more of a sound test) will demonstrate the pre-amps of the Canon 90D, Nikon D780, Fuji XT3, Panasonic GH5, and Sony A7iii.
Here is my video demonstrating how to clean it up using Adobe Audition: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FraXKMyDjAU
Michael’s Intro Camera Tutorial Videos:
MAVEN Filters,Travel Tripod:
My new MAVEN Mini Microphone kit for beginning videographers:
Michael’s Maven Straps:
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