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c131frdave

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So I'm fairly new to the Mavic Pro, coming from an Inspire 1 V2 X5. I got the Mavic for a travel drone, the Inspire is just too much of a hassle.

I'm still waiting for my ND filters to come in, but I tried messing with the camera today and I'm finding that this thing just doesn't like high shutter speeds. Way too grainy, jaggedy (if that's a word), and crunchy. gravel.jpg I shot using D-Log, 100 iso, 4k 30fps. Set the sharpeness to -1, but still got the attached. Am I just going to have to wait until my ND filters get here, or is there another way?
 

Just_nick

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You have to go to +1 on sharpness if you don't want DJI's processing, which is active below a setting of +1.
 
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