The proliferation of hybrid photo/video systems is gaining ground in almost all video markets. From weddings, to independent and broadcast production, the technology is ubiquitous. If you're shooting HD with any of today's video-enabled DSLRs, it's easy to see why. Large sensors, high ISO sensitivity, and lens selection are just a few of the draws to this new wave of content creation. However, these camera systems are just beginning to develop a series of standards, and are not without their challenges. From the Canon EOS-1D Mark IV to the Pentax K-7, the proper capture of usable audio is one such challenge.