1. Yoox_II's Avatar
    When I take a video with my passport, I find that the sharpness of the video is very good, however if the camera is moving even slightly, the entire video will sort of appear to be "wavy" in quality, meaning it looks like a distorted sort of skewed picture, almost like there is a weird effects filter over top the video. Anyone have this same issue?

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    12-06-15 04:12 PM
  2. mrsean2k's Avatar
    When you view it on the device or when you view it on YT?

    It sounds like image stabilisation being applied at one or the other (or both)

    Are these videos taken where there couild be vibration? Handlebars of a bike for instance?

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    12-06-15 06:35 PM
  3. mad_mdx's Avatar
    Is stabilization on?
    Are you at 60fps or 30fps?
    60fps will appear extremely fluid and lifelike, but uses double the storage space
    12-06-15 07:45 PM
  4. int19's Avatar
    It's a phenomenon known as rolling shutter and is a consequence of the serial readout of CMOS sensors. It's not unique to BlackBerry, but different camera modules are affected to different degrees.

    And no, 60fps video will not use twice the storage of 30fps - the amount extra it will use will depend on a number of factors, but should be significantly less than that, due to intra-frames (temporal) compression.

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    12-06-15 11:40 PM

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