Today I accidentally found out that if you hold the screen for a second a blue circle appears and you can drag it up and down to move the gimbal. I've searched this and it seems that most already knew this so enough on that. On to my questions. I have also searched these but didn't find any definitive answers and I am not a photographer so I don't have much knowledge of this stuff to begin with. 1 - Just started playing with Polar Pro filters. The general rule for manual settings of starting at 100iso and a shutter speed of double the frame rate? Does the go for photos as well as video? (I know the fps don't apply to photos so where do you start?) 2 - This one I'm not sure there is a "right" answer or if it's just preference. What produces a better quality? 2.7k at 30fps or 1080p at 60fps? If this is not real a question of "better" but is preference can you please tell me the differences I should be looking for in the 2 settings? 3 - If the weather is right this weekend I want to try a few videos with different settings (in the same area and in same conditions) to see the difference. When you do that how do you keep track of which video is which? Is there any way of labeling or renaming while you're filming or should I do something like hold up a cue card in front of the screen at the beginning of each video with the settings written on it?