Rarely...sometimes gets jello under extreme flight corrections...sometimes the shadow of the blades somehow gets recorded when the angle of the sun aligns with the lens...again, it rarely happens.I went out this past weekend with my P3P, and because I didn;t have a lens hood (didn;t know I needed one), the video turned out with big rolling bands across it due to the shadow of the propellers. Does the Q500 also have this issue?
Have you tried this? How did it go for you?Look for a video on YouTube about this. Otherwise, here's the quckie version: If you increase the frame rate or resolution of the video, it will go away. Try to reproduce the effect, then try changing the resolution and/or frame rate and see what happens.
If you look around at various plastic bottle necks, like a Coke bottle, dish washing liquid, shampoo, etc... and find one that might be the look/size you are going for then cut it down to size, get the spray paint made for plastic and spray it flat black. Or find some thin plastic sheet and go from scratch and make your own, then paint.I've had some thought on this. I want a hood like the one I use on my Canon DSLR lenses, so I've had some thought about making one out of thin black plastic. Not real sure yet how I would attach it and not void my warranty. Maybe attach it with some clear silicone??
Here's a rough idea of what I was thinking (renders not that good, but...)
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