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Fisheye removal

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by Larry9901, Sep 2, 2014.

  1. Larry9901

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    Hello folks,
    i finally got the phantom 2 vision + and over all am very happy with it.

    However, Does anyone know of a app I can use on my ipad to remove fisheye from the pics and video?

    i currently have pinnacle studio and photoshop express, but don't see a option for removing fisheye.

    Please help me with the best way to remove the fisheye effect using my ipad. If it's possible.

    thanks


    larry
     
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  3. kxkraze

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    I use Gimp. It's FREE and it works really well.

    Here is a YouTube tutorial on exactly what you are looking for:

    [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o7FK79ZeavU[/youtube]
     
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    Have you considered changing your lens mode to narrow? This really cuts out the fisheye look.
     
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    Thanks guys,
    But how do I get it on my ipad? Are there any apps to eliminate fisheye?

    Or is this something that will have to be done on a desktop/laptop?
     
  6. Larry9901

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    No, I haven't changed to narrow. How do you change it to narrow? Where in settings is that?
    Thanks
     
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    It is in the app. Where you select your resolution, there is also a column where you can select wide or narrow.
     
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    I find the narrow setting generally better for video and no correction needed at all.
    Still photos are not changed by this though, and a minor niggle is that your viewfinder image remains 'narrow' - but stills you take have far more in frame. So narrow setting is unhelpful for well framed stills.
     
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    Thanks a bunch
    The first app you mentioned and use worked great for me!
    Much appreciated
    Larry
     
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    I can't help it... every time I see a post with Fish Eye, Limelight from Rush pops into my head.

    Living in a fish eye lens, caught in the camera eye, I have no heart to lie, I cant pretend a stranger is a long awaited friend.

    [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZiRuj2_czzw[/youtube]
     
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    Hi Larry,

    There is now an app for iPad to remove the fisheye of GoPro videos. It's called ReVu video editor. ReVu for iOS

    It's not fixing photo but therer are several apps that can, no idea for iPad but definitely for iPhone like Gofix and Lens corrector for GoPro.

    Hope this helps,
    jp
     
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    There's a setting in the App camera settings that lets you narrow the field of view. I'm not hooked up to my phantom right now so I can't send you a screenshot but that's how I removed most of the fisheye. I found it also gives me a better perspective of where I am flying in FPV.
     
  14. mph

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    Or litchi app in camera menu
     
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    wow this t
    Jp: Larry wrote on 2014, bet you he has figure it up, you just woke up and old thread, and yes gimp for pic and Prodrenaling for Videos