Do DSLRs cameras make noise during video recording? Can I hear the noise after video recording? If yes, how to get rid of it? Thank you

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  • Hi, Lora. Welcome to Photography.SE. This community is about still imaging. We do sometimes discuss various aspects of video that can also be applicable to still imaging. But in the case of audio for video recording, it's clearly off topic here. You might try our sister site dedicated to video production – Michael C Jan 3 at 4:04

The only noise from the camera is that the lens auto focusing can make noise, and the camera microphone is immediately above the lens to pick it up well, and yes, the video will hear it. Using Manual focus would eliminate that, or using an external microphone not quite so close to the lens should solve it.

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    Image stabilization and handling the camera can also produce noise that may be picked up by the microphones. – xiota Jan 3 at 1:42

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