03-05-2018 10:19 AM - edited 03-05-2018 10:22 AM
low light test
2.7K 25fps EIS off
1. PT off
2. PT on, ISO 800
3. PT on, ISO 1600
the best result remains, too me, as I always have used in low lights, PT on ISO 800.
PT off and PT on ISO 1600 are almost the same results.
I'm pretty much sure, in old firmware, PT off was worst than PT on ISO 1600...
PT off looks usable too me!
here I'm happy also...maybe I will be able to use PT off as dashboard during night ...
03-05-2018 08:36 PM
i just bought my gopro a few weeks ago and just updated to this latest firmware. My video has been jerky and has this Fast Forwarding effect during playback. My video recording settings are 1440 @60fps wide with pro tune on. I usually use the quick record button on top of the camera to record video. The previous firmware version playback was very choppy. Ive been really disappointed with my Hero6 and considering returning it.
03-06-2018 05:18 AM
PT on, from default values I modified only ISO max 800 (from 1600), nothing more.
ev comp = 0
I remember that color=FLAT and Wb=native gave me less noise in the darker areas in the old firmware.
testing is everything...
03-06-2018 06:26 AM
I'm relatively new to the GoPro Community. I shot some tests of the GoPro Hero 6 using v2.01. I am happy with the daytime footage and stabilization. At nightime I think the colors and image quality are good but I am not a fan of the stabilization, however I have not shot much footage at night before. I think I should try 30fps at night, any other tips to help with nightime shooting? Anyone able to get great results at night?
NIghtime 1080p 60 fps iso 400-1600
Daytime 4K 30fps iso 100-400
Daytime 1080p 60fps iso 100-400