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  1. Suhail78

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    Hey guys,

    I went out flying this morning, and when i got back and was looking at the video, there are some segments with these black flickering lines going across the picture.....any idea whats causing this??


     
  2. Fly Dawg

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    Looks like Prop shadows to me. Sun reflections.
     
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  3. msinger

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    You can resolve that issue by using ND filters or a lens hood. Shooting video with the sun behind your Phantom will help eliminate the problem too.
     
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  4. Suhail78

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    Thats also what i was thinking, but wasn't sure!!

    I guess the only way to avoid it is not flying in the direction of the sun?


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  5. Suhail78

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    Thanks msinger! A lens hood? Ive heard of ND filters, but not sure what a lens hood is? Sorry, I'm a noob lol


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  6. Suhail78

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    Im relieved that its just that, thought maybe i was having some camera hardware issue.


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  7. msinger

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    For example -- the Neewer lens hood.
     
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