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01-06-2015 09:27 PM  3 years agoPost 1
axemanclint

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I'm new to the P2V+ and it's camera. I am a photographer as well as a cinematographer, so i understand all things cameras and how they work, but i am not sure what three of the settings on the P2V+'s camera really are doing and what is better for optimal picture quality and clarity...!????
I filmed my first test shots the other day and the weather was perfect! Clear, blue, sunny skies, but my images after importing them into my computer were rather bad! They looked quite noisy or pixelated looking, and the camera's sensor had plenty of light to work with, as I said it was a sunny, clear day, around 3:30 in the afternoon...

What are you guys setting your
-Exposure Compensation to if you are shooting on a bright, clear, sunny day? and what is it set to if you are shooting on a cloudy, overcast day?

what are you setting your
-Sharpness to? i had mine set to standard, but the image was rather pixelated looking the other day, I was wondering if it needs to be set to soft???

What are you setting your
-Anti-flicker setting to? I have no idea on this camera, what this setting does? I had mine set to Auto, but does it need to be at 50hz, or 60hz.??? what do these settings do and when would I know if they needed to be changed???

Thanks, anyone and everyone for any info you can give me to help better understand these settings on the P2V+ camera...!!!

Thanks!

-Clint

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01-14-2015 06:37 PM  3 years agoPost 2
ShankBones

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I found a Youtube video that explains some of the camera setting that seem to be informative.

Watch at YouTube

"Whats Right is Right and Whats Wrong is Not Flying"

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01-14-2015 08:16 PM  3 years agoPost 3
ShankBones

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What are you setting your
-Anti-flicker setting to? I have no idea on this camera, what this setting does? I had mine set to Auto, but does it need to be at 50hz, or 60hz.??? what do these settings do and when would I know if they needed to be changed???
What I do know between UK uses 50hz-PAL 25fps and 50fps, and North America uses 60hz-NTSC 24p, 30p, 48p, 60p, 120p.

So you would have set the camera to PAL-50hz or NTSC-60hz

The flicker comes from the difference between both the 50hz and 60hz transmissions.

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01-17-2015 01:03 AM  3 years agoPost 4
axemanclint

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Cool! Thanks! I'll look into it...!

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