I got a Question about the Rig for the GoPro's - we're not sure if we should go for the H3Pro6/H3Pro6n orH3Pro7.
Already saw Demo Videos of Pro6 and Pro6n - but none of Pro7?
In my understanding the stitching Quality should be best with Pro7 as there is the most overlap? Is this correct?
Hellkeeper wrote:Hi Georg,
thx - I know the overview - but I try to understand why the H3Pro6n is the prefered Rig for UAV/Helm Mount. And why we should not use the H3Pro7 for that purpose? And if H3Pro7 is better than the H3Pro6n.
Trying to figure out which Rig to buy for our usecases.
The H3Pro7HD is not in Question as we ant to go for fullsphere. (H3Pro6 or H3Pro7)
Hellkeeper wrote:Hi Georg,
ok - as for the mounting - the point is clear! ;-)
could you explain me why Pro7 isn't that good for fast movements?
Just don't get the link between speed/parallax
Guess I'm missing some basics here? :-/
Artisan New wrote:George,
The GoPro is not a product in the classical sense of the word....it's an assembly of a chip/a lens and some electronics. Most components are of the shelf. The lenses used are CCTV lenses, the chips used are CCTV chips.....these can run at 30 to 60 fps but don't use a butterfly shutter (like a DSLR camera when filming). Having said that if it wasen't invented it has to be invented. Looking straight ahead this presents no problem since well, object don't move in the line of site. When looking left and right this does present a problem. The image is read from top till bottom in lets say 1/10 of second. So a pole close to the camera is seen at a different position relative to the camera when the frame starts then when the frame ends causing it to be warped. This is known as the roling shutter effect. Now this can be corrected in software (to a degree) and I don't know if the Kolor boys (and girls) do that. Now I must say roling shutter on a GoPro is not a bad as on a DSLR since it uses a FE lens (and for real roling shutter use a tele and film out the window of a train).
All in all not having a camera pointing in the normal of the direction of movement looks like a good idea.....but I would sure be interrested in seeing the results of this experiment.
Klaus having trouble understanding me wrote:Or what do you mean saying "butterfly shutter (like a DSLR when filming)"??
Klaus stating the obvious with a wink so allowed and forgiven wrote:Each and every camera is made from an "assembly of a chip/a lens and some electronics"
Artisan New wrote:And filming with it (or with a micro 4/3) means no Butterfly Shutter, means open shutter, means rolling shutter.
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