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Discussion in 'Phantom 3 Help' started by todd6366, Mar 15, 2016.

  1. todd6366

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    Hi. I recently purchased a phantom 3 pro and love it. Only issue is when in flight, I struggle to see the image on my monitor which I am using an iPhone 6. I have tried an iPad as well but still the same. I have a shade cover I bought for it but it is still quite hard to see and it is as if there is too much light on the screen and it is hard to see. I tried flying it from inside so I know the sun on my iPhone isn't the problem. I'm thinking maybe I can buy a different lense for the drone but don't want to start spending money if it won't help. The actual video footage I record comes out brilliant, it's just really hard to see during flight mode. I'd appreciate any help with this.??


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  2. rockydog

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    It helps to put an anti glare screen protector on your phone/iPad.....Also , turn auto brightness off and set the screen to maximum.
     
  3. With The Birds

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    Given the issue is present indoors it is likely you need to check your camera exposure settings- dial back exposure compensation or switch to auto (if in manual mode).
     
  4. todd6366

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    Thanks I will give theses options a try thanks so much.


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  5. Wolfiesden

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    That won't help. The op said his recorded video comes out "brilliant" as he puts it. So its not exposure, its something with his device screen brightness.