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Standard This can't be normal, can it?

Discussion in 'Phantom 3 Help' started by Squiggz, Nov 28, 2015.

  1. Squiggz

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    It seems like no matter what I do, I can't get my iso down to 100 and my videos come out very grainy. If I manually set my iso to 100 and turn down my shutter speed the video just gets really dark, even in a well lit room.

    Here is an example video shot on auto settings. The room is pretty well lit, but my iso was still automatically set to 800.



    I was just wondering if this quality was to be expected from the standard or if there was something wrong?

    Note - Also, before you ask, I have removed the plastic film covering the camera.

    Thanks guys :)
     
  2. aaronrivera

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    Turn up shutter speed buddy
     
  3. RoyVa

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    Remember too that most flying is going to be outside in sunlight. Different setting from inside to outside normally IOO and shutter speed.
     
  4. MightyY

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    You may think that room is well lit, but to a camera, that's on the dark side. ISO100 is best used outdoors in sunny conditions.