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Post your Low Light câmera settings

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by Miguel Silva, Jul 19, 2015.

  1. Miguel Silva

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    Hi, im wondering what is the Best settings to film and shoot in low Light

    I just did some filming and it was too grainy.
    Also the fireworks were to over exposed.

    I used:

    1080p/50fps
    Iso 1600
    Shutter Speed 100

    This data on pilot app manual câmera control.

    The black was not very black.

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    Please coment and share your good settings to was users....
     
    #1 Miguel Silva, Jul 19, 2015
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  2. Alan Kipping-Ruane

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    you really should have had a higher ISO and put the shutter speed back down to 1/100. was there a little bit of staccato in the video?
     
  3. Miguel Silva

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    Sorry, i swap the data .

    It was shutter speed 100 and ISO 1600.

    No stacatto, just color problem and grain. Shoud i have used lower frame rate, like 25fps? This would allow me to lower shutter speed to 50 and probably get a lower ISO?

    Algo , as you can see the fireworks are not very well defined.
     
    #3 Miguel Silva, Jul 19, 2015
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  4. Alan Kipping-Ruane

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    Move the frame rate down to 24fps which would allow you to have a shutter speed of 1/50th of a second. Did you have a ND Filter on? If so, make sure it's off. Just hope that the moon is out and it's not an overcast night.