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Trust your histogram and EV indication or shoot in Auto mode. It is very difficult to give general recommendations other than to suggest shooting at the lowest ISO possible to achieve TV of twice frame rate or higher for video or to stay below 3 sec in a hover (faster in flight) for stills. Your available exposure metering indicators will prove significantly more useful than guessing what the particular lighting of a scene might be.
 

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What Shutter speed to use for different lighting and time of day.
What are some other tips, tricks, and custom settings?
If you are asking, auto is probably best to work with until you know what you are doing with camera settings.
Auto will give you pretty good results most of the time.
If you don't know what you're doing and try to set things yourself, you have a higher chance of messing things up.
 
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Hi,
Is the camera ok set up as standard on the phantom advanced for a very novice photographer.
Is there a one off filter to fit that would improve the pictures and video.
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I would like some advice. I am not post processing yet and using mostly auto. My question is whether to use 30 or 60 fps when filming at 1080p.
Any thoughts would be appreciated.
 

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