Fisheye is a pain in the neck.What's all this about fisheye? You don't have to put up with fisheye on the GoPro. GoPro outputs far better quality than what has come out of the Inspire so far.
+1The waypoints capabilities alone are worth it for filming. If I can pre-program orientation, path, speed and gimbal movements and have it repeat the shot until I like it, that would be amazing.
As for GoPro losing quality when you de-fisheye, I'll take that Pepsi challenge. Watch this in full screen and tell me if you see any noticeable loss of clarity on the sides:
(Ignore the over-sharpening you see when it's reduced size. That's my bad.)
It may take an extra step to get it but it's part of the Protune process which yields exceptional results. It's not just a LOG mode. The conversion process unpacks extra color information which effectively gives you the results of a higher bit rate output.
Or ... maybe there is loss.Maybe if you were running superwide/wide you may see the "stretch" around the edges. I run medium on all my footage to avoid props and skids appearing. I think with medium and narrow, there is minimal loss/stretch that Meta4 is stating.
If you are going to shoot Gopro in medium it's pointless to try to claim that the Gopro has superior image quality.What's all this about fisheye? You don't have to put up with fisheye on the GoPro. GoPro outputs far better quality than what has come out of the Inspire so far.