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  1. Photo Hero

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    I purchased my Phantom 4 from Apple a few weeks ago. I have done all the firmware and app updates during this hectic time of problems. I have never seen 60fps or 120fps offered in 1920x1080 video mode. Only 24fps, 30fps and 48fps show. I am in NTSC mode. Is this normal? I thought in 1920x1080 video mode that 60fps and 120fps were available. I use a new Apple iPad Air 2 attached to the controller. Any thoughts?

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  2. ryanmanchester

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    Have you tried pal


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  3. Photo Hero

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    I have switched to PAL and then back to NTSC to see if that would help. No luck. I did not recall seeing what was offered in PAL.
     
  4. ryanmanchester

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    [​IMG]

    This is on the inspire, 2.8.3, fw 1.8.01.00, rc 1.6.0, camera 1.8.01.00


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  5. RussOnTheRoad

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    Ummm... This may be dumb but did you try scrolling down on the settings page by pushing it up with your finger to reveal that which is below what is shown in your screen shot?


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  6. Photo Hero

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    Yes, I tried scrolling every direction over and over. Every time I turn on the Phantom I try it hoping that something will change. No luck.
     
  7. Photo Hero

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    By the way, I am using the stock micro SD card.


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  8. RussOnTheRoad

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    You're missing the 720p options too.

    Have you tried deletng the app, restarting your device, and reinstalling the app?
     
  9. Photo Hero

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    I have not tried deleting and reinstalling. I figured with all of the app updates lately I wouldn't need to. I'll try that. Thx


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  10. snabie

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    i was wondering why 48 fs and not 50 fs?
     
  11. Photo Hero

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    The delete DJI Go app and reinstall it worked. Thank you.


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  12. RussOnTheRoad

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    Glad to hear it. It was just a guess on my part.


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