Geoff from geoffmobile.com shares a quick tip to create your own Wind Screen eliminate or reduce wind noise when recording videos on a point and shoot camera.
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To prevent the wind from hitting the microphone, I attach a piece of fake fur fabric to the microphone area using Stickytack (Removable adhesive). Be sure to avoid blocking the microphone holes with the stickytack.
You will need:
-Camera with built in microphone (this works with Canon SLR cameras too! I also did it for my T2i)
-Fake fur fabric (from fabric store)
-Stickytack removable adhesive (get a good brand – the stickier the better :)
Instructions (as shown in video):
-Cut out a piece of fake fur fabric to fit over the microphone holes
-Take a piece of stickytack and roll it into a snake.
-Put the stickytack onto the camera around the microphone holes (but be sure not to block the holes)
-Put the fake fur fabric piece onto the camera so that it sticks to the stickytack and covers the microphone holes (the sound will still travel through the fabric, but the wind will not!)
-You’re done! Try it out in the wind outside :)
Original video from Knoptop with idea: www.youtube.com/watch?v=2XJSH2mxhsY&feature=youtu.be
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-Camera shown in video is Sony RX100 (a really great camera!!)
-Filmed on a Sony Cybershot HX30v
-Sound recorded on a Zoom H1 using a Sennheiser ME-2 lavalier microphone
-Sound edited using Audacity audacity.sourceforge.net/
-Video edited with Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 (fully licensed, legal)
-Video synced with Audio using Pluraleyes from Singular Software (fully licensed, legal)
-Edited on a Windows 7 Dell PC (Intel i7 and USB 3.0 for a faster workflow)
-Original synthesizer background music by Geoff Peters geoffmobile.com used with permission. performed by myself on a Roland Gaia SH-01 synthesizer
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see you :)