Yes, the Yi 4k+ menu option puts a series of lines on screen as a guide for this purpose!The rule of thirds rule of thumb comes from photography. It's a pretty simple concept of putting target subject at the thirds when framing your shots. Most beginners tend to place subject matter directly in the middle which the pros generally don't do with some exceptions like portraits.
Can do it with Ambarella A7/A12 based cams (Sunco SO71, Sunco SO91 Thieye T5e etc) using Go Action App. Have to Power OFF to get rid of the grid though. Stays after disconnecting app though not a bad thing.Yes, the Yi 4k+ menu option puts a series of lines on screen as a guide for this purpose!
Correct. Most are from SUNCO technologies. Really don't understand how so many get it wrong. Delete options and fiddle with the menu options, colour grading and so on. Both my Sunco SO71 and SO91 are really good (though can't find any firmware upgrades, links don't work on their support page)I believe that Thieye's are made by Sunoco, so ,it begs the question who's writing the code for the firmware. At a time when my To 4k+ has "auto rotate" as a choice in menus, and the others mentioned also have a menu selection , who's lazy on the customer service job!
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