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Go app photo resolution settings?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by gringorio, Feb 5, 2016.

  1. gringorio

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    Looking for help on photo resolution setting in the Go app. I did a search here and on youtube before posting and could not find what I am looking for.

    I want to shoot photos in the highest resolution possible but I can not find any settings for small medium or large photo files. I can only select raw, jpeg or raw and jpeg - there's no resolution choice I can find.

    I'm using go app version 2.5.1, Phantom firmware 1.5.3 and transmitter 1.5.7.

    It's possible I can't see what's right in from of me, but any help/insight is appreciated!

    Thanks!
     
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    "Menu" on right side of screen near camera pitch indicator.
    Open it and choose video camera icon then select what you wish.
     
  3. gringorio

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    Thanks for the reply! Are you saying the photo resolution is tied to whatever I select as the video resolution?
     
  4. Meta4

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    It's here:
    Click Image Size and select 4:3 and you'll have 4000 x 3000
    Still size is independent of video.
    [​IMG]
     
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    Thank you! I had it in 16:9... Have it set right now. Thanks again for your help!
     
  6. Meta4

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    16:9 is a bit pointless.
    It's 4000 x 2250 - which is 4000 x 3000 with the top and bottom trimmed off.
    It's better to catch as much as you can and choose what to crop rather than have it done for you.
     
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    Thanks again! I didn't know that...