01-16-2020 10:18 AM
This is a second outdoor video.
Same effect of the indoor when i'm moving the camera.
I tried a new video without eis (hypersmooth): better but not perfect....
What do you thing about this?
2.7 k 60 fps high bitrate, iso 100-400, ev -0,5 else 'auto'
Thank you guys for the patience!
01-16-2020 10:33 AM
I see the improvement and can agree the low light makes a huge difference with the slow drag shutter image quality. Panning a camera should be a slow smooth process. I would check the shutter speed settings on the camera also and let us know what they are. Sorry for asking so much info but we need to do this to help you. Ciao Amico.
01-16-2020 10:42 AM
Hero 7 Black at FW 1.20 had a Panning and stutter that was corrected, my suggestion is we do not take the time to SLOWELY pann. that I start practicing. I do not have the time to miss the buss, so some shots are always rushed. High noon shot, should look fluid!
01-16-2020 11:23 AM
At 60FPS with panning like that, you may get double frames if your shutter speed is incorrect. The double framing will look like jerky movement. I would actually shoot at 24FPS for a cinematic soft look or 30FPS and only use 60FPS if you specifically need a high frame rate for an action oriented look.