Please select Into the mobile phone version | Continue to access the computer ver.
Shutter speed and rocksteady issues
246 2 5-26 12:08
Uploading and Loding Picture ...(0/1)
o(^-^)o
Alessandro Garabaghi
First Officer
Flight distance : 1969426 ft
  • >>>
United States
Offline

Upon further testing we have discovered that motion blur seems to be the cause of rocksteady issues on mini quads. When we lock the shutter at the traditional 180* rule we see the micro vibrations and jello, while setting shutter to auto or even locking it at something like 1/640 there was no sign of shutter.

Here is a side by side comparison of 1/120 or 1/640:

https://youtu.be/iqb47UP-YIU

And here is the osmos with shutter set to auto:

https://youtu.be/PN3IH-NOkas
5-26 12:08
Use props
DJI Stephen
Super Moderator

Offline

Hello and good day Alessandro Garabaghi. Thank you for sharing this information with us and these link as well. This is very interesting and thank you for your support.
5-26 12:26
Use props
Michael36
lvl.1
Flight distance : 18537 ft
Germany
Offline

Hi all,
the problem i also have, is the combination between shutterspeed and rocksteady. I think rocksteady is only working with faster shutterspeed. It doesn‘t matter if i film with 25,30 or 60 fps. So 60 fps with faster shutterspeed than 1/120 is the best quality for rocksteady.  I also have these micro vibrations when i set down the shutterspeed to reduce the ISO...ISO 3200 don‘t looks good.
I‘m a photographer and i know: to freeze the action, you need fast shutterspeed. So many pictures (60fps) with fastest shutterspeed is the best result for the software based Rocksteady... am i right???
8-8 11:34
Use props
Advanced
You need to log in before you can reply Login | Register now

Credit Rules