So I know next to nothing about photography, but I've learned a great deal recently thanks to acquiring my P3. There have been several threads about using Phantoms for SAR, and while it's not hugely likely that I'll need to, I prefer to be as prepared as I can be in every area of my life. In fact, a friend of mine went missing almost a year ago and was found dead, so these things can and do happen. I realize that every situation is different, but I'm wondering what the best settings and approach would be. The situation with the toddler made good sense to be checking backyard swimming pools from low altitude, but there are other situations (wide search area that's relatively open) where a DroneDeploy mission at relatively high altitude might make the most sense. Does seem like stills to be reviewed from the ground after the mission would be beneficial a lot of the time - video at 4k or even 2.7 would fill up an SD card awfully quick and with a lot of duplicate information. What I'm really after are still/video settings. A lot of people like to bring sharpness, contrast, saturation down to -2 or -3; would I be correct that leveling them out to zero may yield the most helpful images/footage? Also, seems like an ND filter would be the opposite of helpful, but maybe a polarizer would be good for the clearest images? I know some of you have done some training with this - would love to hear what you have to say.