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Rock blasting slow motion

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by Zorro, Mar 11, 2017.

  1. Zorro

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    Thanks! I use Premiere Pro to edit my videos
     
  2. rlphoto69

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    Way cool. badass actually
     
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  3. Zorro

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    Thanks alot! And a big thank you to everyone that has commented on my video! Really inspiring to get all this feedback :D
     
  4. fabiusfabius

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    oHHHHH---WHAT???? GReat!
     
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  5. rlphoto69

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    Footage seems unbelievably steady too, Just curious were you Using tripod Mode of the P4P or were the conditions just that good that day?
     
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  6. Zorro

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    No i was not using tripod, I didnt have time to set it up. It was raining a little with some wind gusts, and they were ready to blast. But the P4Pro was steady enough for the shorts clip. But I know what you mean about it bring steady.
    Have testes out some 15 minutes timelapses, in tripod mode. And it is not as steady as I hoped, I clearly see that when i speed up the footage.
     
  7. vinc9951

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    Well done....any problems with the rain?
     
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  8. Zorro

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    Thanks alot! Well it wasnt raining before i went up with the drone but as I was scouting the area the rain came. And at that time it was time for the blast.

    I can see from the video i shot before the rain that some drops had gotten on the lens. And it's not as crisp as it should have been. I dont like to fly my drone in the rain and combined with a rock blast.. it was a bit intense for me
     
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    Great footage!
     
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    awesome, what resolution and fps was the camera set to?

    i as thinking of doing some 720p at the higher frame rate to then slow it down for slow mo vids.

    i have a P3S by the way
     
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  11. Zorro

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    Thanks man!
    I filmed in 4K, 4096×2160 and 60 fps.
    I was thinking about doing 1080p 120 fps, but read that it would in reality be more like 720p. Have not tried yet so dont know. Let me know how it goes
     
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