I run a 'Humans of' Facebook page, which involves me interviewing people on the street and taking photos of them.
Till now I've been using a voice recording app on my phone to record the conversation.
The problem I've been having is that often with the traffic and other ambient noise, it's hard to make out the conversation when I playback the recording later.
I'm thinking that a bluetooth microphone might help solve this. Either by placing the microphone in their hand to be closer to them, or better targeted at their voice.
- Bluetooth so it is recorded on my phone.
- Cheap - I'm not looking to spend a lot of money. < $100
- Will effectively isolate the voice from background noise.
Any suggestions to how this could be incorporated into the interview flow would also be appreciated. I need to be still able to operate my camera, and I don't want a visually distracting microphone in the picture.