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JeremyGSU Posted - 12/04/2011 : 15:01:49
I just bought the new GoPro HD and it has a microphone port on it. Does anyone have any recommedations on a good microphone that I could run either to the engine or the back of the car to catch the exhaust?

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JeremyGSU Posted - 12/05/2011 : 14:41:32
I should have clarified. I have a Gopro HD already and just got the new HeroHD. Outside footage is awesome but nothing but wind

MX5RACER Posted - 12/05/2011 : 12:02:06
Do you plan to use the GoPro inside the car or out in the open air? I mounted my GoPro on the roll cage inside my miata. I used the open back for the GoPro and you can hear the throttle pretty good. Of course the only testing so far has been at autocross speeds, but might be a good option for you.

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