11-03-2017 08:02 AM
Low light has nothing to do with it. Does it here in Australia on a bright summer day. Its just an issue in the software implemenation. they arent detecting when the movement is needed, or not needed to be taken out. I see it worse when trying to take out rotation.
11-06-2017 03:30 PM
Same, heading off in a week and a half. I am thinking that if they dont inform when a fix is coming, I might get rid of it, and go to the Sony. Sony's might be boring, but you can rely on them.
11-20-2017 04:09 PM
The more narrow the FOV, the greater the effect of Video
I tested it out and it does seem to improve the stabilization on bumpy terrain significantly.
11-20-2017 05:12 PM
Awesome, Daniel, I'll get on my mountainbike and with my mountainbike-gloves turn on the camera and zoom slightly. I'll try that as soon as winter is over. Or use a tigher FoV than Wide or Linear, which both have given my lousy results and hittery video. It'd be hilarious if using my mountainbike-gloves to zoom the ACTION camera solved it, actually, since this one guy got jittery video walking up stairs.Here's an idea, how about GoPro zoom the videos just a bit slightly before they start recording and nobody sees issues with electronic stabilization? I mean, it already cuts off 5% or whatever of the screen, so what's another 0.1% if those 5% isn't enough. This company is a joke,