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Standard Need Help for the low light camera setting

Discussion in 'Phantom 3 Help' started by sudarwika_bali, Feb 26, 2016.

  1. sudarwika_bali

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    hello everyone, same one please help me about low light camera setting for P3 Standard.
    in the march 9th i would be recording some "OGOH-OGOH" before "Nyepi Day"
    the event will be held at night about 8pm.
    please any input.
    how to make a best setting for the low light??

    note: you can search on google about agoh-ogoh and nyepi day.

    thank you very much


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  2. sudarwika_bali

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    nobody was interested in helping me in this forum.
    maybe iam delete this apps. thank you very much.
    Fly Safe.


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  3. rene van der meer

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    I do not fully understand the question, I would suggest to experiment in similar low light conditions.
    Try longer shutter speeds and look at the results.

    People on this forum try to help each other as much as possible. Sometimes it takes a while.
     
  4. With The Birds

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    If your shooting photos in a hover and manual mode aim for TV up to 2 sec and increase the ISO untill the image and histogram gives a good exposure. Video i would leave in auto.

    You may need to not to be so needy and modify your expectations re response times. We arent all sitting around waiting to instantly jump on answering any question you may have. People are out flying and doing stuff. This hobby requires patience and a relaxed approach.