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Old 03-12-2015, 01:06 PM   #1
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Reducing wind noise on your camera

I've been recording with my Ghost and can't hear anything I say after I play it back due to wind and road noise. I have the mic wired to my Ghost and the mouth piece is pretty close to my mouth. What did you guys do to help keep that down to a minimum? I've researched and found companies like http://www.cat-earsmotorcycling.com/ who uses faux fur to cover the mic. One guy on YT cuts a piece of foam and covers the mic along with wrapping a piece of medical nitrile gloves. I was thinking about giving that a shot but also researched better mics to use as well. Any ideas or thoughts? What's your set up like to reduce the wind noise?

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I've found the following mics:
Olympus ME-51S Stereo Microphone



Olympus ME-52W Noise Canceling Microphone



Sony ECM-DS30P Electret Condenser Digital Microphone


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Old 03-12-2015, 02:18 PM   #3
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I use the second to last mic that you posted, cover it with the supplied foam cover, and tuck it behind the cheek pad. The mic doesn't have to be that close to your mouth. Hope that helps.
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I use the second to last mic that you posted, cover it with the supplied foam cover, and tuck it behind the cheek pad. The mic doesn't have to be that close to your mouth. Hope that helps.
Thanks man. I'll give that a try. Is the audio still clear? No muffle sounds?
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Yeah wondering how these work with a gopro hero 4?
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