TLDR: Anybody out there aware of a phone or other easily pocket-able device that you KNOW has a way to capture unfiltered, possibly uncompressed or at least seriously good audio while recording video? New phones do annoying noise reduction that affects even up-close voices, and obliterates someone's voice who's yelling from a distance, or even talking loudly from say 20 feet. blah blah blah: I've tried a few different video recording apps(Android) but didn't see much in the way of audio options. While I doubt iPhones are better, I'm open to suggestions. I had a 4S in 2011 or 2012, I don't remember the audio quality. Switched to Android for a number of reasons. With what I do with a phone, I could probably go back to an iPhone if the audio was perfect. I would miss SD card capability. My LG G2 was the WORST. I made some videos for youtube with it and the video quality was great, but I had to use my oldest still functioning smartphone for audio. Perfectly fine for planned videos with just me up close talking about woodworking, speakers, or whatever and plenty of time to combine the A/V. Not too long ago I tried a used HTC M9 and it was not as bad as the G2. I didn't keep it for other major reasons, but still a fail at low-level audio/video recording. What I have right now is an LG, newer than the G2. While it's better, it's still pretty aggressive with the NR. Seems to affect the voice recorder and the video alike. Even if the voice recorder worked ok, I still need video. And I don't want to mess with a separate thing, anyway(app or physical). I want to pull something out of my pocket and record video with perfect sound ASAP. I can add NR if I need to, I don't need the phone/device doing it.