02-27-2019 07:51 PM
OK I can get the resolution up to 1080P 16:9 120 FPS with Video Stabilization on... The second I go to 4K resolutions with Video Stabilization it freezes...
02-27-2019 08:14 PM
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02-28-2019 02:19 AM
Thank you mariustanya for your answer.
It is a bit frustrating as a consumer to get always the same answer from GoPro: update manually, contact support for a replacement, when it is stated that it's not fixing the issue, that it's probably (let's hope) a firmware problem that should be fixed. I'm sure you can understand that frustration.
I already contacted the team and informed about all these problems. They finally suggested a replacement, which I know it's not going to fix the issue. But I hope the team is really checking these problems and not just saying so to keep us happy.
We all know GoPro is not having a good moment. If you don't keep your costumers happy, be sure they won't buy your devices again and will tell other to not do so. We are the last ones defending GoPro and we bought your products, so it would be smart to treat us well.
02-28-2019 04:47 AM
I use a variety of resolutions, frame rates, and Protune settings. I almost always have GPS, Connections and Quik Capture on and often use Voice Commands. I use the camera primarily in the UP orientation but also use Auto when using the bite mount and surfing.
I only use 64GB and 32GB cards. I always offload my media after a shoot and then format my SD card in my computer (Using Windows Explorer) and then again in the camera. I mostly use the dual charger as I often use more than one battery, but I've also charged with the camera. My cameras are all updated manually. About once a month I perform a Full format on my SD cards if they have been used extensively.
I don't get freezing. I don't get battery drain. I use my camera in various conditions mostly ranging from 30F (0C) to the low/mid 90sF (34C).
If you have tried different SD cards from the recommended list and have done a manual update, then perhaps you should exchange the camera instead of waiting for an update. At worse, you'll be out a camera for a week. If the issue persist, your in the same spot waiting for an update. But, if it doesn't happen with your new camera, then you can stop wasting time and unnecessary frustration.
02-28-2019 05:06 AM
In my case, I'm doing a project in a daily basis, so I can't be one week without the camera, especially if it's not fixing anything. I'm also not sure if the replacement will be a new camera or a refurbished one.
One question: when you copy your files to your computer: do they keep the correct time? Mine have a problem with the time, as the timezone is not recorded it's assumed it's on UTC and then it's adding a +1 (my timezone) when copying the files. This problem has been also extensively debated here in the forums.
02-28-2019 05:23 AM
BTW, replacement cameras are new. They do come in a non-commercial brown box and have been tested (so there is that use), but otherwise they are brand new. The brown box confuses a lot of people. When you return your camera, you only return the camera without battery or accessories. It would be silly and wasteful if GoPro sent the camera in the marketing box.