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I have an HDR-HC7 and it is a minidv camcorder. I noticed that while I record, I can hear a hum in the background. The hum is from the minidv spinning while recording and the microphone picks up the sound. Is there anyway to silence the humming or is there a software that can remove the humming? I have final cut studio and Adobe Master Collection.
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I can't wait to hear some suggestions on this one. I have HDR-HC3. I don't have hum under normal operations but when I use it underwater you can really hear it. I have a couple housings that I use. I use FCE so hopefully the suggestions will work for me...
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i have the same problem when i use zoom in/out
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I don't think the HC3 can use an external mic. Can the HC7? That would probably work.
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Can you take the audio thru GarageBand's Visual EQ? I haven't tried it, though.
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