When I first thought about recording audio for HD video cameras, I wondered how or why it should be different in any way from recording audio for film or standard definition.
Three years and a number of projects later, I realize that though subtle, the differences are definitely there, and are very real.
Three things that I have found to be most crucial when considering a HD project are:
1 Unwanted on-set noises.
2 What to record on and where.
3 Post-production workflows for audio (and pictures) from shooting to delivery format.
On-set noises have caused problems for sound recordists for years, but digital brings new ones to deal with. Most, if not all HD camcorders, and many HD cameras, ...