Recording video Kodak V530

I have been through all my settings, is there a way to get the Focus noise out of the video. I know being its recording that its picking up the focus noise.

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Please read your post.

I'm guessing you mean that noise the mic picks up when the cameras focus or zoom.

The fix is very well known and here it is -> Use an external mic.

It's the same fix we've used for a very very long time.

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"external mic"

I'm a nOOb to this camera, I bought it on 5/23/11 I always google before I ask a Q.... I am guessing that this MIC plugs into the power or the usb port (DC IN)?

Did a search on Ebay also, nothing come up.

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(NT) Read the other reply and for your new question. No.
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Focus Noise (video)

Probably not.
If it were possible, Kodak would have removed it.

Almost all digital cameras have problems with audio noise from the focus motor and/or zoom motor.

Some camera makers lower the sensitivity of the microphone(s) during focus and zoom, others turn off the microphone during those times.
That leads to more problems and complaints.


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Your camera (Kodak V530) does not have a connection for an external microphone.
Very few digital cameras have that ability.

There is nothing you can do to correct the problem you are experiencing.


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