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DJI Go App Editor

Discussion in 'Phantom 3 Help' started by Flipsonic, Jul 8, 2016.

  1. Flipsonic

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    Just wondering if the original footage saved in the editor of the DJI Go app is what the actual footage will look like before post pro. If so, then this what I will check immediately after getting my shot. I've been struggling at times with shots that are too dark or too bright. I know I can adjust it during post pro but I would rather get it close. I use ND8 or ND16 most of the time. If there is a way to tell which is the right ND filter to use before I fly, please suggest what I can do. If none, then I will just have to check the editor and adjust from there. Thanks.


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  2. The Art Of Drones

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    Use ND 8/16 in extremely bright filming conditions.
    If you want to learn how to use the ND filters watch this video
     
  3. Flipsonic

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    Thanks. But I have Neewer ND filters. I get the principle behind your vid. I would have to play around which filter to use based on the EV meter.


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