05-23-2019 02:31 PM
Thanks for the upate, @janines2188. Typically, image quality issues are resolved by reinstalling the firmware update of the camera. Also ensure that you are using a recommended SD card for your camera. If you haven't try yet, see if you get the same results when using a different recommended SD card.
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05-23-2019 02:42 PM - edited 05-23-2019 02:45 PM
Ok, so I just tried turning OFF the stabilisation, and it's recording fine now, go figure. The one setting I hadn't tried changing, urgh.
Hopefully I will get to use it horse riding tomorrow and give it a real test.
I will still do the manual update tonight.
05-23-2019 03:16 PM
Yes, turned stabilisation off, it recorded fine. Turned it back on, jittery again, even if the camera is sitting dead still on the desk.
I'll try the manual update tonight and see if that sorts it, but as long as I can get reasonable footage without it, I can cope. I just want to be able to record my forest horse rides, and take the occasional video when travelling. I'm a long way from being fancy with my footage, I'm still teaching myself basic video editing.