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case and use an external microphone. Trying to record audio when the
microphone is completely sealed in the housing doesn’t work very well.
Using “the frame mount” will allow you to mount your camera on a tripod,
while still giving you access to the needed ports. On the Hero 3,
you’ll need a USB to microphone adapter – which cost 20 dollars… For
Hero 2 owners, you have a dedicated audio port which allows you to plug
in any 3.5mm microphone.
The overwhelming senses is that any cheap external microphone is a welcomed improvement over the standard internal microphone.
Here’s an audio comparison test showing just that:
Start exploring the different field of view modes. The Hero 3
has (3) different options – Ultra Wide, Medium and Narrow. The Medium
and Narrow FOV settings are great when filming subjects that are not
action related, like interviews type situtions or what not. Long story
short, the field of views modes available on GoPro’s are incredible
powerful and often go unused… So use them!
Here’s a short FOV comparison video:
GoPro doesn’t do a great job of explaining what resolutions are best
used for what. It seems a lot of users just stick to 1080P because it’s
well known and associated with HD and quality. The truth is, the other
resolutions have their place. If you’re interested in learning more
about them, check out this post on Understanding Your GoPro Settings.
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