This is a test clip i made in LumaFusion using the new camera DJI Osmo Pocket.
The clip was actually filmed in 1080p, not 4K as stated in the film, and with 50fps and resized to 1080p, and slowed down to 40% in LumaFusion.
Im not 100% sure if I should maybe have done something differently, to make better slowmotion.
Any tips and suggestions will be appreciated.
ROB: I tried to use the DJI Osmo Pocket to record dripping water. But it did not turn out too good. It was filmed in 50 fps, with shutter at 1/100, ISO: 100
But ended with the drops almost hard to see, due to motion. So i have to give that another try another day, maybe use shutter speed 1/240 or something?
I'm here looking for help & not in a position to give it but I liked this! Very impressive.
Thank you! I think maybe I would have liked to have it even more slow motion. I need to experiement more. There is a "Slow Motion" mode on the DJI Osmo Pocket that gives 1080p 4x (which means 120fps i think). But it crops more of the screen estate some said. I have to try that out. But With a shutter speed at 120 fps, to get cinematic results, i would have to have the shutter at 1/240. So it needs to be Bright filming conditions, to avoid having to crank up the ISO up from 100 so much.
How are you finding the Osmo Pocket for regular shooting? (Although it looks like your weather isn’t ideal for walking around with it!)
It`s quite good for walking I would say. Even though it does not eliminate fully the little «Bob» up and down as you walk. I really look forward to using it more and more. It takes great panorama shots as well. And its fantastic to have a gimbal that small. Very useful.
Weather is not good now, we even had lots more snow, and after all the snow that came down, we now get mild temperatures and rain.
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