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HERO10 Black: ISO Settings And Tips

by GoPro on ‎09-16-2021 08:39 AM
ISO is the setting that affects your camera's sensitivity to light. With your GoPro, you can select a minimum and a maximum ISO, and the camera automatically decides which setting is best within the range of ISO that you set.

Increase your ISO to brighten your image, and lower your ISO to darken your image. When you use a high ISO value as the maximum, you get what is referred to as digital noise. This can negatively affect your resulting footage. Always try and use the lowest maximum ISO possible that still gives you a bright enough image. You can adjust your ISO settings in the Protune section of your Preset.
 

How To Access ISO settings:

  1. Power on your GoPro.
  2. Long press and hold the [Preset icon].
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  1. Scroll down to [Protune].
  2. Tap [ISO Min].
  3. Use the slider on the right to select your desired minimum ISO setting.
  4. Tap an open area to the left to go back to the [Protune].
  5. Tap [ISO Max].
  6. Use the slider on the right to select your desired maximum ISO setting.
  7. Tap an open area to the left to go back to the [Protune].
  8. When you've changed all of your desired settings, short press the mode button to return to the idle screen.
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Minimum and Maximum Settings:

You can set a minimum and maximum ISO based on the shooting mode:

  • Video: 100-6400
  • Photo (Standard and Raw output only): 100-3200
  • Night Photo (Standard and Raw output only): 100-3200
  • Time Lapse Photo: 100-3200
  • Time Lapse Video: 100-6400
  • Night Lapse Photo: 100-800
  • Night Lapse Video; 100-800

Additional Tips

Here is a handy video showing how ISO will affect your images and how to change your settings with a HERO9 and HERO10 Black.

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