ohiocaver wrote:I'd go black over silver, too. I use mine for a lot of non-caving reasons (skiing, skin diving, biking). I have not figured out why in some cases I get really good video underground and in others I get garbage (user error, I know, but I've yet to define same...probably means I'm not underground enough!). Sometimes the sound is awful and other times it is crystal clear ... and distance from the subject is not the reason nor is background noise. One of my best audio clips is people talking by the waterfall in Norman Cave. I've tried to stay within 10 feet of my subject and that helps most times. Having multiple people shine lights around helps, too (just as slave flashes help a still shot). But that can defeat the fun of action shots and motion. My short-term solution is to shoot lots and lots and delete half or three-quarters of the lots so I have maybe 10 percent left of nice, presentable clips.
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