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will p3 support 120fps in the future?

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by paulglastra, Apr 26, 2015.

  1. paulglastra

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    Hi, do you think it's possible for the p3 cam to support 120fps@1080 by firmware update?
     
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  3. paulglastra

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    Would be cool if you could change from 60to120 just like the 3dr solo&gopro.
     
  4. SkinFluteSwe

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    Well the solo does not add 120fps, it's the GoPro itself.
    GoPro is a camera - Phantom is a drone With camera ;)

    Also who wants 120fps and fish eye..not me!
     
  5. paulglastra

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    Yeah... I know that, excuse me for not being clear
     
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    Gopro could not have fisheye with non fisheye lens.
     
  7. paulglastra

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    Not talking about lenses here, just curious if you guys think if the p3 is getting a update in the near future which will support a higher fps >60
     
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    Sure
     
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    That's deep ????
     
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    it is possible with the P3P but at what cost. There would be high chance of quality loss due to processing and compressing to keep under the max data rate the P3P supports. It may enable aliasing just to keep up with 120fps. But what good is super slow motion aerial?
     
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    I doubt there will be much demand for it, but support for higher fps (even if at a lower resolution) would be cool. It would be useful for me when recording rocket launches. And flying sequences get a neat, dreamy effect in slow motion.

    I sometimes slow the video from my P2V down to twice the recorded duration. It usually does not look good, though.

    I'm looking forward to trying the 1080p60 mode.

    -- Roger