And what if you have the stock DJI 15mm lens?On a micro4/3rds camera like the X5 a 12mm lens at f/2.8 (wide open) is in focus from 5'7" to infinity if set to the hyperfocal distance of 11' 2" at f/16 setting the lens to 2' will keep you in focus from 1' to infinity.
Thanks for this! I’m going to go for a test flight later and will look into it.I can't for life of me remember name of it, other users will say I'm sure, it's in ur menu for video, I have mine set to high, ull see an incredible difference Eddie, your video display will then show with red highlighting for Sharpness, which won't appear obv in ur video.
If u go to. Ur camera settings it's about midway down, above gridlines, sorry can't remember it's abbreviation if u can't see it just say I'll power mine in to remind myself lol
Sure others will say it's abrev eddie
You'll notice a biggggg diff
I personally find the tap to focus not to be 100% reliable and does not give consistently sharp pictures. For most situations the lens needs to be focused to infinity and from my experience the best way to achieve that is to switch to MF in GO4 and tap the infinity symbol on top of the focusing scale.The videos on my Inspire come out worst than the mavic 2 pro.
I don’t think it should.
With 12mm lens if you stop down to f4.5 to f5 which is the sweet spot for sharpness for Zuiko 12mm anyway, and focus to infinity the way I described you will have everything in focus from a few meters, 3m or so. With longer lenses, the closest sharp focus will be a bit further, say about 10m with 25mm lens but it will all be for most shooting situations practical and workable solution.I'll give it a go for sure, thanks
My only concern is I. Don't really wish to do further than eye can see videography, but if it'll help thanks