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Turning off IS on iPhone 7
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Has there been any fix that lets you turn off IS in the GO app now, or is it still a problem when the two systems fight eachother?

Also, have someone tested the Mobile with great windresistance to see how much it holds before it wipes out?
I mean, theres allot more resistance with a iPhone 7 plus than the regular Osmo...
2016-12-26
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Sorry, there' currently no software way to turn it off.  

The wind resistance is not much, though I don't have an exact number for that.
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DJI-Thor Posted at 2016-12-27 10:06
Sorry, there' currently no software way to turn it off.  

The wind resistance is not much, though I don't have an exact number for that.

Haave you tried to hold a iPhone 7 + out of the car window?
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DJI-Thor Posted at 2016-12-27 10:06
Sorry, there' currently no software way to turn it off.  

The wind resistance is not much, though I don't have an exact number for that.

So then its useless for iPhones with IS then...
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Yesterday I tried my Osmo Mobile with regular IPhone 7 in 18 m/sek (40 mph). The wind totally took control and turned the gimbail/phone to the left
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Kasperfiil Posted at 2016-12-28 12:37
Yesterday I tried my Osmo Mobile with regular IPhone 7 in 18 m/sek (40 mph). The wind totally took control and turned the gimbail/phone to the left

Thats what i was afraid of..
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Use ProCam app with 4K max app.

It turns of OIS completely as it does not use iOS video API. Somehow it is able to shoot video at slightly higher resolution than 4K without using hardware or software OIS.
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icode Posted at 2016-12-29 22:26
Use ProCam app with 4K max app.

It turns of OIS completely as it does not use iOS video API. Somehow it is able to shoot video at slightly higher resolution than 4K without using hardware or software OIS.

You mean higher bitrate,because resolution maximum 4k30fps.Are you using Osmo  mobile with pro cam apllication,so osmo mobile only as gimbal? Pro cam has bitrate 250mbit/s so much better quality than IOS in Iphone 6s-7+,DJI   apllication same 45mbit/s.
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yelenavik Posted at 2016-12-29 23:30
You mean higher bitrate,because resolution maximum 4k30fps.Are you using Osmo  mobile with pro cam apllication,so osmo mobile only as gimbal? Pro cam has bitrate 250mbit/s so much better quality than IOS in Iphone 6s-7+,DJI   apllication same 45mbit/s.

I think you are mixing up the numbers here, last time i checked, native 4k  iPhone 7 shoots at 60mbit, Procam shoots at 100mbit.
250 is close to a prores standard.
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ThePhantom Posted at 2017-1-11 23:45
I think you are mixing up the numbers here, last time i checked, native 4k  iPhone 7 shoots at 60mbit, Procam shoots at 100mbit.
250 is close to a prores standard.

pro cam has 2 mode in ap 4k30 -100mbit/s and  4k30 ultra -250mbit/s
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4K Max is motion JPEG with a bitrate of  maximum 150mbps, according to the developer himself.
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icode Posted at 2016-12-29 22:26
Use ProCam app with 4K max app.

It turns of OIS completely as it does not use iOS video API. Somehow it is able to shoot video at slightly higher resolution than 4K without using hardware or software OIS.

This is very wrong, although I understand how people can get easily comfused. Simply put, there is no way to turn off OIS. Not even Apple can turn off OIS, let alone third party apps like Filmic Pro, Movie Pro or ProCam. That is because OIS is a mechanical feature and not a software feature (hence the name optical image stabalization).In other words, there is no built in mechanical piece that puts the brakes on stabilization of the optical lens. The only thing that can be turned on or off by third party apps via the API is software based stabilization (eg: auto stabilization or cinematic stabilization) which is not the same thing as OIS. And that is why the answer from DJI Thor at the top of this thread is the correct answer.
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