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What is the problem with my recorded video? How can I fix it

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by vjdave, Jun 1, 2014.

  1. vjdave

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    http://youtu.be/bS3ggZiodVw

    What is this problem with my video and how can I fix it? This is starting to ruin my videos leaving me with not much good footage to edit with? Interference?
     
  2. skyhighdiver

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    Re: What is the problem with my recorded video? How can I fi

    I get a lot of this as well my props are balances and still
    worse all the way up and 45 or any forward movement backwards is better
    even in a hover its bad atti and gps
     
  3. vjdave

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    Re: What is the problem with my recorded video? How can I fi

    Well I won't be able to shoot in lower light conditions since I can't control the brightness of the sun :lol: . I have never attempted 720p/60 yet (Always have done 1080p/30) so if that is the solution I will try it!

    Thank You!
     
  4. vjdave

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    Re: What is the problem with my recorded video? How can I fi

    So now I can't fly in rain or on sunny days? This is leaving very few weather conditions left to fly in :lol: Guess I will only fly on cloudy days with no rain. Yeah...if I can't fly on sunny days then I might as well sell it.
     
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    Re: What is the problem with my recorded video? How can I fi

    I don't see rolling shutter in that clip, it's jello and the cause is vibration.
    Balancing props would be first thing to look into.
    Using 60fps at 720p will probably reduce it a lot too.

    Worth checking everything is in order with rubber isolation balls, I have heard of some wearing through so the camera was resting on the retaining pins.
     
  6. Phantom_Menace66

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    Re: What is the problem with my recorded video? How can I fi

    I notice the camera is facing toward the sun, I have been told that it is an anomaly caused by a combination of sunlight on the lens & the props spinning & casting shadows rapidly on the lens of the camera. Try to video with the sun anywhere except straight ahead, see if this helps.