TEST STABILIZER GYRO SJCAM SJ7 STAR

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  1. tvhungub

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    VIDEO TEST GYRO SJCAM SJ7 STAR
    FW: 1.09
    RESOLUTION: 1920X1080
    ALL AUTO
     
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    Dont work in 2k 60fps ? (Not available in 1.15 firmware)
     
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    The Gyro is current not the best on the SJ7 Star (FW 1.15). The Gyro ist so much better on my SJ5000x Elite. I hope this will be fixed at the next Updates :) Thx
     
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    Thi's my test. I think the Gyro in the SJ7 is good.
     
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    Remember that EIS (Electronic Video Stabilization)/Video Stabilization or Gyro as it is called in SJCam adjusts the footage to offset for motion during capture. The result is smoother footage, especially wth relatively small but fast motion including cycling, motorcycling and handheld uses. Video Stabilization is not available for 4K or frame rates higher than 60 fps. For Wide FOV, the image is cropped 10%. The more narrow the FOV, the greater the effect of Video Stabilization.

    What is worth mentioning...is the digital stabilization works quite well only with specific types of movement (small, vertical moves). If your camera 'jumps' in an uncontrollable way even a professional steadycam may not be of great help.

    So to sum up....'gyro' option may help to stabilize the video in some cases but it always happens at the expense of video quality so the best way of stabilizing your image is an old friend of every photo and videographer - Mr. Tripod ;)
     
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