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I am trying to record some comedy videos with my friends. I have a pretty great camera that takes amazing video. However the audio seems to be a problem. I had to take out an entire section of the video because the echo of the room was terrible, and the video also was brought down by wind at points. (we record at different areas, inside or outside)

I was wondering how people generally go about making these kinds of videos? Do most people use those "T-shirt clip-on microphones" I think I've seen. Are those very expensive? Are they are any good alternatives to this?
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If your using the camera microphone on any higher quality anything you're doing it wrong... Invest in better external mics
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If your using the camera microphone on any higher quality anything you're doing it wrong... Invest in better external mics


woah a serious post, thanks

I have been doing lots of google searching and found out that I should get an external microphone. Do you have any suggestions for a cheapo? If I only spend like $15 is it worth it?