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Hiker
Posts: 16

Best fusion settings for different use cases

Dear community

 

I have my fusion now used in couple of different cases (sunrise timelaps, zip lining, swiming in dark caves, driving, walking etc.).

Sometimes I was quite satisfied sometimes not really... I used some different modes (5.2k 30fps/ 3k 60fps etc., also some protunes settings).

 

I would like to understand what are you're experiences regarding the best settings for different occations.

 

1. Sunrise/Sunset (Timelaps)

2. Night Sky (Timelaps)

3. Night Sky (Foto?)

4. Skiing/ Snowboarding

5. Swimming / Watersports (additional question, how do you keep the lenses clear?)

 

Very curious to learn more from you guys.

 

Thank you.

 

 

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Hiker
Posts: 12

Re: Best fusion settings for different use cases

I just received the gopro fusion.I have not done a lot of testing but here are my settings.

 

INDOOR (With movement)

  Camera settings:

  1. Video mode;
  2. Resolution 5.2k 30fps
  3. Protune off

  Fusion Studio

  1. 360
  2. Color Flat
  3. Stabilization off
  4. edit
  5. 5.2k
  6. Cineform


OUTDOOR (with movement)

  Camera settings:

  1. Video mode;
  2. Resolution 5.2k 30fps
  3. Protune off

  Fusion Studio

  1. 360
  2. Color Flat Gold Gopro
  3. Stabilization on
  4. edit
  5. 5.2k
  6. Cineform

I noticed using the camera indoor with movement with protune on, stabilization off, the video is blurry. It's worse if I activate stabilization

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Hiker
Posts: 16

Re: Best fusion settings for different use cases

For skiing I tested different settings and I got the best footage out of

5.2k / 30fps  and ISO400.