You need a lesson on camera settings and how natural lighting requires camera setting changes. For example, when the sun is very bright, you may need to reduce the aperture or shutter speed. So, as PeterDrony said, there is no way anyone can tell you what a "perfect camera setting" is, simply because it depends on where you are and what the lighting conditions are at the time. I know this may not be the answer you're looking for, but I hope this helps.
One more thing. If at all possible use IOS setting of 100 (the lower the ISO setting, the less "noise" in the images and video