But have you considered an additional audio recorder? Personally, I use a Zoom H4n and Tascam DR100 Mark II for doing exactly this. (Tascam fed from the board, Zoom for fill.) Of course, this also means synching audio in post (for which I use Plural Eyes, but you can generally do it manually if you shoot the drummer somewhere in each take).
HTH - Mark
Just curious everyone says there is no point and shoot camera with good audio for shooting concert videos. I have the SD-890 and yes it's old but it does pretty decent audio no distortion from bass or drums. My channel is here http://www.youtube.com/user/Rose4uKY?feature=mhee
I've been to forums I've tried the Canon SX-260 and the new Elph 330 audio on both horrible. Everyone says there's not one out there.. Then I read this old Panasonic T-27 is good but I want a newer model and would like HD with a nice optical zoom. Is there one out there that does HD video and has good audio? I record concerts and local bands at clubs don't take many pictures. I replied to an old thread on here and have been at another forum but I would like to know if anyone can give me some recommendations. Thanks!