10-14-2017 04:39 PM
throw hte read speed out . it'd all write speed. the extreme plus is 90mb write speed.
the Ultra is under 45mb write speed
you want a cheap price card get teh Samsung Evo Plus it sells less then the PNY elite card both cards are excellent and 1/2 the price of the extreme plus.
a card just needs to be nack then about 20mbbs or kpps speed today it needs to be double that as the camera is newer.
I got another camera that is well over 100 mbbitrate and I simply use the same cards as noted here. it works.
Ultras are just the general camera cards
10-17-2017 03:55 AM
So as you adviced I bought the only recommended card for gopro hero6 black the
Sandisk Extreme Pro microSDHC V30 95MB/s UHS-I,
Here I´ve done test shots and it seems the issue is still there. Or is this how I shall expect the stabilisation work?Its extremely annoying.
I shot with different settings always stabilisation on
So far no solution from the gopro customer service
10-17-2017 05:22 AM
We've got the same issue:
Once the terrain gets a bit uneven at 2.7K, 60 FPS, Superwide, the effect seen in the video starts and it doesn't stop. I did a fine run at 4K, 30 FPS, Superwide without the problem.
I have two Hero6-cameras that does this. The one you see at the end of my video mounted on the fork, it does the same when the terrain gets it to bounce. It did not do it on that dirt road because it was relatively smooth, and what started the bouncing on the chestcam there was my upperbody as I climbed an incline.
10-17-2017 06:09 AM
In your videos it looks like you are not holding the camera level. The stabilization will reduce shake and up and down movement but if the camera is rotating it can't effectively stabilize the video.
Do you have a Chesty or hat clip you can try?
10-17-2017 06:17 AM
I dont think thats right as I´ve seen videos where people walk the same way like me (not the running part) and still got great stabilisation.
I also used chesty last weekend skiing. Same issue. Might upload later that footage as well.
Basically this is stabilisation problem of the gopro. Most likely will be returned.
10-17-2017 07:42 AM
Here's two more videos from me. It's processed now and low quality, but the source also has the video tearing, it's just better quality tearing. Sorry about the angle here, but I was experimenting -- you can see once I get off the gravel and into terrain and it bounces, things take a turn for the worse:
Here about 15 seconds in on another trail, you can see it start tearing again:
Even as I ride over a level bridge, it's "jumpy" video.