11-17-2017 08:20 AM
11-17-2017 12:37 PM
He seems to have received an response from GoPro, again acknowledging that there will be an november firmware update.
November 30 ;-)
11-18-2017 04:12 AM
I did some tests as I was recording something for my car.
It was night ( dark ). It was in my garage with lights on the roof.
I recorded with the go pro hero 6 : 2.7K 60 fps and tried iso 400, iso 800, played with ev, ...
I did the same recording with my old Sony Rx100 in 1080P
And eventually recorded as well in 2.7k with my smartphone : Samsung S7
Using Handbrake I transformed all the videos ( lossless keeping the same FPS as source ) into 1080P
I must admit that the WORSE result is the go pro¨( with the grain effect ).
Then I like the result with S7 and sony RX100 but I have a preference for the Rx100 ( even if it is an old camera )
So yes for the moment, I will use the go pro in daylight for filming things above 1080P
But if it is dark or low light, I will still use my Sony Rx100, waiting for an update from go pro.
11-18-2017 12:59 PM
Hello, Im having the same issues.While using 4k at 30 and 60fps, I shot videos outdoors on sunny days and is still grainy and pixaleted. See video screenshot attached and video link at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrDCODnYiEM
What to do?
11-18-2017 03:13 PM
What's are you settings? I can tell you even a 60 thousand dollar arri will have an issue with going from direct sunlight in the lense to a dimly lit tunnel. No camera can do that. Some noise is to be expected in low light situations with such a small sensor.
That said if you really want to lose the noise. Buy neat video and just pour a pot of tea for the render times.