03-26-2020 05:50 AM - edited 03-26-2020 05:54 AM
03-26-2020 05:59 AM
Edit (Indicating circle) https://yadi.sk/i/h5uf7YGUGcngvQ
There is still a white dot on the left in the upper half, but it is visible to a lesser extent. Iso 100 or 200 I don’t remember exactly.
I watched, and do not see the issue on the actual video, as I grabbed a screen shot. with you covering up the lens. Since many do not report such issues the problem never gets addressed, and hearing others talk about it. My suggestion contact gopro, they will warranty the problem, nothing more.
03-26-2020 06:03 AM
You don’t see the blue dot below in the video? Can you make your screen brighter?
I contacted GoPro, but they are silent. Local dealers just return the money and I buy the same.
03-26-2020 06:32 AM
@danielr15 I need some advice and support (wink):
As I answered the Topic, eventually boils down to the shutter exposure used, that was not even mentioned at the start. Now we are talking about video. You can not set up 30 sec exposure lock and take video, or else it be a total Blur. So rather me continue to keep asking again. about
Please write down each exact setting.
Standard 4K30F Linear
ISO Min 100
ISO Max 400
Scenery Low light, indoor Room. Panning and hand held slow movement.
@activepeak40365 ( @danielr15 ) You are taking a video, talked about shutter using 30 seconds before, now the issue is as well, the video, Exactly what mode and settings in the video are you using? Also Do you think there is a strong light that is reflecting into the camera by any chance causing a Flair? If you are demonstrating during a video and have a Dead Pixal you call it whatever you like. My suggestion is to you:
Turn all off, reset the camera. Use a tripod, in a white room and background (whitel balance white sheet) view the back DPI screen its very low in DPI see if you have the spot. if so then take a photo with another camera, then we can rule out everything else. if the Deadspot is not there then the next steps can be talked about..
I think if you bring one issue get the problem down correctly then the naswer will be quite clear???
03-26-2020 04:05 PM
My topic is about video, I attached links to a video on which the blue dot is clearly visible on a normal monitor with a normal setting. I shoot 4k 60 fps. Settings may vary. In any settings I need, this defect appears.
At the moment, it’s not all the same, GoPro is silent for several days, the number of complaints about dots in the video and photo is huge. I made my conclusions.
Do not buy this product - it is a lottery without a win for your huge money.
03-26-2020 05:25 PM
Video Mode does not have the issue with the camera, this is the part we disagree on since you may be using timelapse Mode Nightlapse vid/photo. If we take the time to explain and place down our settings in one post then finding out through a number of posts. We then can figure the Problem out. Not sure what mode you are in, and where your problem lies. because its basically the camera at fault and not just the one setting you are in.
4K lens Linear
ISO Min 100
ISO Max 1600
the issue you noted on Post 6 relates to this Mode and profile not video Mode only which was dedicated to video and fps not shutter delays that are photo open exposures.
FISH nah I wont be @ ing anyone, lol but thanks for the mention
03-26-2020 06:18 PM - edited 03-26-2020 06:20 PM
I’m shooting a video.
4k 60 fps
iso min 100 and a max of 100 to 400
Stabilization is on
I didn’t touch everything else...
What you say, I can’t do it anymore, the camera is on diagnostics in the service.