What are the best settings for low-light situations?

SOLOSHOT3 is great at filming in low-light, but there are some things to consider such that you get the best experience.

 

Choosing one of the 30 frames per second (fps) modes (e.g. 1080p30) is recommended when the lights are low.  The higher fps modes (e.g. 1080p60, 1080p120, 720p120) are great at capturing high speed action…but in lower lighting conditions there may not be enough light to deliver stunning visuals at these higher frame rates.

 

You can also adjust the Auto-Exposure compensation gain which can help lighten the scene.

 

You can see how bright the recorded scene is going to look via the LCD display on the Base.

 

Setting Video Mode is easy:

  1. Download the latest software
  2. In Track app, go into settings (click ☰ at top, and select the gear icon)
  3. Select "Camera Settings" and scroll down to Video Mode
  4. Select one of the “p30” modes
  5. Check out the preview on the LCD (after Tracking has begun) to confirm the scene is lighted as you desire    
  6. Go film yourself!

 

Adjusting Auto-Exposure Compensation is easy:

  1. Download the latest software
  2. In Track app, go into settings (click ☰ at top, and select the gear icon)
  3. Select "Camera Settings" and scroll down to Auto-Exposure
  4. Adjust the Auto Exposure Gain    
  5. Check out the preview on the LCD (after Tracking has begun) to confirm the scene is lighted as you desire    
  6. Go film yourself!

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