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night Exposure between video and photo mode
573 1 2016-10-19
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Second Officer
Flight distance : 143566828 ft
United States

When ever I'm shooting with the Osmo in video mode at night I can have it set to look great in photo mode but when I switch it to video mode it gets really dark with the same settings and no matter how much I adjust the exp it won't get back to the way it looked in photo mode. Any work around for this? Why does it do that?

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New Zealand

With a photo you can have a long exposure to let heaps of light in and get a good night shot, with video you can't do this as you need to take the next frame 25/30 times a second. A long exposure would take too long and the frames per second of the video would be really far apart and jerky. This is an issue inherent with any digital video camera, the only way to get good low light video is to have a big camera sensor to capture more light, you need to step up to much more expensive camera to get this.
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