- Oct 1, 2016
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I want to record small birthday party with steadygrip thats why i need the sound
The underlying self noise is audible on its microphones (the camera has two mics) but not so loud that it masks over normal room ambience, speech, and music. I use mine all the time for pickup shots at community events and if the volume of what you are recording is loud (I'm thinking kids party is raucous affair) then you'll get the singing and screaming just fine. I suppose someone could in post use Izoptope or some other forensic audio app and "clean" out the self noise as it does have an audio consistency that could be phase reversed and canceled.
I also suggest you shoot some stuff and try different environments to gauge for yourself how much this is a problem or not relative to needs of event.