Camera settings

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Camera settings contain the camera settings for photos, video and basic settings.

Note: for DJI vehicles, Camera Settings type resolution and aspect ratio applies only for photos and videos saved to memory card. For real time video-stream these settings have no effect. Various filters are recorded on camera video-stream. *Video streaming function is only available for UgCS for Command & Control. More details can be found here.

1. Camera settings for photos

Options:
Capturing mode - shutter control parameters;
Image ratio - frame side ratio;
Image format - frame recording format (memory card).

2. Camera settings for video

Options:
Video size - frame image resolution parameters;
Video format - stream recording format (memory card);
NTSC/Pal – color encoding systems.

3. Camera basic settings

Options:
White Balance - global adjustment of colors intensity;
Exposure Mode - sets automatic or manual exposure mode;
ISO – parameter to change the equivalent sensitivity matrix and their subsequent analog-to-digital algorithms conversion in the color space;
Aperture – a hole through which light passes. This value affects the DOF (depth of field);
Shutter Speed - is the period of time when the digital sensor inside the camera is exposed to light when a camera's shutter is open. It is the same as exposure time;
Lens Focus Mode – auto or manual focus modes;
Focus Assistant – on/off;
EV - exposure value (EV) is a number that represents a combination of a camera's shutter speed and f-number (focal ratio), such that all combinations that yield the same exposure have the same EV (for any fixed scene luminance);
Anti-Flicker – eliminates flicker lighting when recording video;
Format SD Card – used color encoding systems;
Camera Zoom option (only for cameras supporting zoom, experimental) - On W/T buttons click, camera change its current zoom by 1 step only. No "continues" zoom supported for the moment.