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One of the trickiest things about making videos with your smartphone can be capturing good audio. Smartphone cameras are great, but their built-in microphones tend to have limited range and be placed awkwardly for recording sound coming from in front of the camera. You can get better results recording somewhere quiet where there is no background noise competing with your dialogue. However, if you regularly make videos where you need to hear people talking then you should consider investing in some external sound equipment.
Here are a couple examples of external microphones compatible with smartphones:
A LAV Mic will clip right on to your shirt, or the clothing of the person you are recording, and capture great audio. Using a LAV Mic, also called a lapel mic, you can record a clear selfie-based vlog or narration for anything you decide to film. However, if you are using a wired LAV Mic, it will be a bit more awkward recording subjects besides yourself because the wire will force them to stay somewhat close to you and your phone.
This is a small microphone that plugs into the audio jack of your phone. It will help you record specific sound, like dialogue, instead of general noise. Its range is not excellent so your subjects will need to be fairly close to your camera, but it does have better range than you would get using your phone’s microphone. Also, since it does not clip to your subject, they have a lot more freedom of movement.
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