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Is this glare
235 7 2017-6-2 21:54:18
fans09744702
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Is this glare, if so how can i avoid this?
I have this on all my vids on several locations.
Filmed without plexi lenscover!
I've switched the resolution modes without any succes.






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2017-6-2 21:54:18
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Jenee 2
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Australia
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What camera/video settings are you using?
2017-6-2 22:28:16
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pgee63
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Belgium
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4K 30FPS- white balans= sunny ,the rest of the settings in auto mode
2017-6-2 22:34:14
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Dean - Bekaru T
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hey pgee63,
suggestion - drop your definition to 2.7 or 1080 - when you are really good in the future then go back to 4k if you wish.

The problem with yr image looks to me like a settings issue rather than a definition problem

instead of using auto try these numbers in the Style settings (custom settings) +1-2-1
These are just my personal best settings - i am also a beginner so take this advise where it comes from but you can view a video of mine if you like to see the image quality i get with this setting.

https://www.skypixel.com/videos/ ... th-knysna-fire-2017
2017-6-19 08:48:31
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daivatam
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Romania
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I don't understand what is the problem? You refer at the vast amount of bugs zipping thru frame? I could inform you that they are unidentified strange objects exceeding sound barrier speed   reported by a lot of drone flyers :)  We are here on dangerous terrain, the man in black is watching this :)
2017-6-19 09:33:03
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AG0N-Gary
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After looking at that over and over again and running stop-action on it, I am going to guess that you have cottonwood trees in the area.  I noticed the first of it in the opening seconds and checked several others later on, especially at the end when you hovered for awhile.  Looks like out of focus cottonwood stuff (whatever you call the fuzzies that come from them).  I've got a very large one behind my house and there are many in our area.

It is NOT glare or lens flare.

2017-6-19 09:45:48
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daivatam
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Yes most probably that puff it is... or ufo as I said ...I was also amazed how that objects could zip thru frame from far away in only 3-4 frames....it is strange that they have rectilinear fast trajectories when the rest of puff around just float at all directions...without significant wind...sincere I don't know what the fck they are...they are very fast, amazing fast, they fly in straight lines they are medium size mostly and white....an really intriguing phenomenon...maybe someone from dji will clarify for us or at leas a "man in black" undercover
2017-6-19 11:29:50
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Twirlip
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daivatam Posted at 2017-6-19 11:29
Yes most probably that puff it is... or ufo as I said ...I was also amazed how that objects could zip thru frame from far away in only 3-4 frames....it is strange that they have rectilinear fast trajectories when the rest of puff around just float at all directions...without significant wind...sincere I don't know what the fck they are...they are very fast, amazing fast, they fly in straight lines they are medium size mostly and white....an really intriguing phenomenon...maybe someone from dji will clarify for us or at leas a "man in black" undercover

They may be floating slowly... but the drone isn't.  Also, the drone generates a heck of a downdraft in its immediate surroundings.

Notice how they're always seeming to travel downwards in the picture?  And when the drone is traveling sideways in one direction, the fluff is "moving" the other way?

I suspect that it's some combination of the drone's downdraft plus the motion of the drone through the still air.  The fact that you're only seeing the fluff when it's really really close to the camera lens just magnifies its apparent speed.
2017-7-17 14:41:39
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