Have risen with the SonyDCR-HC90. Everything great except the sound from the internal Micro. The engine of the computer drive is so loud that he is in quiet environments ungwönlich heavily on the internal Micro Incorporated with most tape with. This means that the internal Micro not or only very poorly decoupled. I compare with Panasonic cameras with the SonyPC8, PC101 made. These engine noise (on tape) is almost never heard.
My question is this only happened with my model or is the problem with the whole DCR-HC90 series?
Antwort von Jan:
I do not notice when the HC's 90, which I've review the synonymous of you, it was not spoken. The "buzz" but is really only in quiet passages, or?
Antwort von Markus:
Hello you two,
I notice that the issue with the structure-borne sound appears increasingly in recent years. Have the effect of Geizzeit now synonymous reached the camcorder microphones? Or has to do primarily the progressive miniaturization with it?
When a camcorder is getting smaller, sliding drive and Microphone together closer. Consequently, the microphone takes the true drive noise louder when the microphone capsule is not simultaneously dampened considerably better. - And how to make this work in a cohesive, compact plastic?