With respect, budget *always* comes in to it. Manufacturers make products with a specific budget in mind. Unless you're building a product where price is no object like a Bugatti. But that is extremely rare. I'm not arguing that the Panorama does not use premium quality products. However, if I were designing the menu, I would maybe have an 'Advanced' page which allows manual set up (via a slider) of the G-Sensor sensitivity and some of the picture settings. Just to give that extra element of flexibility for those people like us who like to tweak.budget doesn't come into it, the Panorama uses premium quality components but it is designed to do a specific task, given you want to make home movies rather than just have a dashcam primarily for its intended purpose you're probably better to do as you mentioned and just use the Mobius up front
See...Ok, I will try again with both cameras and we'll see.
The angle of the car in relation to the sun, also make a difference. It's very hilly here. So I notice excessive reflections, on odd occasions, which vanish after changing direction and/or angleI do get some dash in the video which is normal based on my cars windshield angle.
You can see the biggest difference in the early morning and evening when the sky is bright and there are a lot of shadows on the road.
Adobe Premier and YouTube won't alter the colour in any noticeable way. Comparing the YT video with the original, the colours are not noticeably different. The accuracy of the colour is, I dare say, unlikely to be relevant to most people. The important aspect is accurately capturing the incident.good bad or otherwise I wouldn't make a judgement based on something edited and then compressed on YouTube
It's not that specific colours are changed. The whole picture will have a slightly different 'balance' to all the colours. They vary from one camera to the next as they vary from one display device to the next (yes the colours on your TV are unlikely to be accurate unless you have set it up properly).Other than red/orange what other colours appear affected? I've noticed the same effect on my Panorama IIs, but haven't noticed any other colour changes. Could this be the limit of colour changes?
What software you used to merge the video?I hope this is considered a fairer test.
Note that I clap three times at 49 seconds so I could easily synchronise the two videos in Adobe Premier. The two videos are within 1 frame (1/30th of a second) of each other and you can hear the three claps in the left (Mobius) and right (Panorama) audio channels happen simultaneously (actually technically they are still not quite in sync, but I think 1/30th of a second is close enough for the purpose of the test).
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