08-29-2018 04:00 AM
I think I might have the answer to solve this issue. I went into settings and changed from ntsc to pal as I’m in the uk and pal is the U.K. standard. Viola issue is gone. Try it and let me know your findings. 😉👍
08-29-2018 08:42 AM
Thank you for sharing, @graycave36473. Great to know that the issue is resolved on your end. Others who might be having the same issue will find this helpful. Hopefully, they will be able to share results here as well. Stay stoked!
08-29-2018 12:10 PM
I already posted last year in this thread how to reproduce this problem (2nd page). I pointed out that if following options are set, the problem will occur in low-light environment. If any of these are not set the problem will not occur:
- Voice control ON
- Auto Low Light ON
- Video Stabilization ON
- Video format NTSC
I was really hoping that my post will help GoPro to fix this problem. Instead, they choose my post as a solution for this problem and marked it as solved. I really don't see this as a solution! GoPro should fix this problem so that it does not occur even when these options are set.
08-29-2018 12:27 PM
If ANY of these options are not set - the problem will NOT occur.
08-29-2018 02:05 PM
Just turn off voice controle problem solved
Do you consider that to be a viable solution?
Go Pro advertises that Voice Control works with their camera. They do not advertise that in order to use it you have to sacrafice Quick Capture.
In 2018, they are unable to solve simple programming issues. Meanwhile, Nikon and everyone else is soaring past them...