06-14-2017 08:06 PM
On the first page of this post I made a mistake. I wrote:
The lower the ISO the cleaner (less "noise" or grain -spots-) you will see in the picture. Lower ISO will also be darker though and needs more light. In low light you can either bump up the ISO or increase the shutter time. For really dark settings you often need to do both. Higher ISO let's you keep the shutter speed faster to prevent blur, but you get the "noise". Faster shutter with lower ISO gives a cleaner picture but more motion blur (this can sometimes be a desired effect, like with running water).
The last line should read:
SLOWER shutter with lower ISO gives a cleaner picture but more motion blur (this can sometimes be a desired effect, like with running water).
This has been bugging me each time someone kudos my post so I wanted to take the time to correct it.
07-06-2017 03:24 AM
PAL vs NTSC and if you in Europe.
Do not pick PAL just because you in Europe that is 1980s thinking mindset.
If you use youtube, ipad or monitor or modern UHD or 4k TV go for NTSC since you can get higher FPS which means you get better action shots which is why you got a Gopro.
07-06-2017 04:20 AM
But if you are filming indoor in Europe under florencent lights, you will get excessive flicker if its set to NTSC. More so if you are slowing down the footage.
Outiside, deff set to NTSC for more framerate.
07-30-2017 03:03 AM
Hi, i have just purchased go pro 5, if i choose 2.7k then opt for 1080 res you get 4 hr.05 on my memory card (64 GB)
would this be ok, we are off to cancun for 10 days. Got 2 x 64GB memory cards.
Just wondered if best to buy another card or adjust settings.