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Best video/camera settings

Discussion in 'Standard/4k Discussion' started by Walkerboh, May 26, 2016.

  1. Walkerboh

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    Hi there. I have just bought a P3S and am loving the way it flies and the quality of the picture. But I was wondering what do people use settings wise to get the best picture quality the 2.7k camera can do? Is keeping it on 1920x1080 at (I think) 25fps best or is it worth dropping it down to 1280x720 at 50fps worth doing?
    Cheers for the help.
     
  2. mikep2323

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    I personally don't do the 2.7 k cause the files get big and I can't play them on everything. I stick to 1080 at 60 fps.
     
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  3. Walkerboh

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    I didn't think 60fps was an option on the standard?
     
  4. gvsukids

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    It is in litchi
     
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  5. dg8882

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    I can get 60 fps 1080p quality with litchi? That feature alone may have just sold it for me.
     
  6. dobie4l1fe

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    What is litchi


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  7. ray rokni

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    It's an app, like the dji go app. www.flylitchi.com


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  8. gvsukids

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    IOS and android have a version, but have different prices.
     
  9. yojo182

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    Here's my theory as a amateur filmographist. Use 1080p 30fps. 1080 is a decent quality unless you are creating something for sale. 30fps will save you memory space and is the tv standard (assuming North America) the only benefit to 60fps is you can slow down the video to half speed.


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