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1080p 60fps

Discussion in 'Standard/4k Discussion' started by ninosnicolaou, Jan 12, 2016.

  1. ninosnicolaou

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    Updated DJI GO app yesterday. Flown today, and at 1080p 60 frames per second not available anymore?... :/
     
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    I haven't done the update so I still have it. Don't sound good .
     
  5. Kenneth Marsola

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    I am using the latest version of IOS and the DJI go app.
    I have tried the 1080p 60 fps setting, a few times, and was disappointed, in the video quality in 60 fps.
    The video was not good as 1080p 30 fps, also, it looked pixelated.
    Maybe the P3 Standard camera, and processing chips, are not capable of 60 fps, and, DJI is trying to force this with software changes ?
    Anybody else try out the 1080p 60 fps out ?
     
  6. ninosnicolaou

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    I did and i didn't notice so much problem as you describe..
     
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    Is what I use and was a selling point of the standard it did do 1080 60fps
    OT now from Topic.
    Do you have it now you have updated your app Ken ?
     
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    Maybe I am confused... didn't the 1080/60 option only show up in 2.4.3?
     
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    Yep..I stand corrected but do wonder if it's gone now . It was the 2.7K I was thinking of .
     
  10. Kenneth Marsola

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    I just turned on my ipad mini 2, and the DJI go app, has auto-updated to version 2.5.0.
    The 1080p 60 fps is gone !!!
    Oh well .
     
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    Thanks for confirming that Ken . It's still in the last version .
     
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    It is also missing from the Android 2.5.0 version as well.
     
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    1080p 60fps worked well. Really sad they take away features just because. No reason for it.


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    Yeah I just check and they removed it.


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  15. Erod707

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    60fps looked shitty anyways


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    At 30fps the sensor gets more light per frame, so I doesn't have to amplify the image as much. That's why, in low light 30fps is better than 60fps. A sunny day, however, 60fps can be useful if you want to capture fast yawing or objects that are moving quickly and as long as there is enough light the picture won't be grainy.
     
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    They took it out of 2.5.0 !? What the !


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    Yes. Junk. I don't know everything about cameras and editing though. I only use 2.7k. Whatever that is.



     
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    I updated mine and it's gone also switched to raw and jpeg so may be that to
     
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    You guys should apply for the DJI Developer and start developing your own apps. The SDK kit is now available and all features are unlocked for you to tinker with. It's free, and the only thing they require is a credit card. I used a disposable CC to apply. This access will also allow you to bypass any restrictions (opt out) that may be in place in the future (like Geo Fencing) as you're on file with DJI.

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    Regarding Opt Out: DJI Launches Public Beta of New Geofencing System

     
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