first picture q500+ this is no editing software

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  1. matt phillips

    matt phillips New Member

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    Better than I could ever Imaged
     

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  2. Vimlossus

    Vimlossus Active Member

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    Great picture! Looks a little over saturated, but I really like the colors.
     
  3. mrburns

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    Could all be new build. Is it the CGO2+?
     
  4. matt phillips

    matt phillips New Member

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    don't understand first part of your? but yes CG02+
     
  5. mrburns

    mrburns Moderator
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    Your picture was perfect, crisp, clean, prim proper, as though everything was brand new, like out of the box. :)
     
  6. john couroupacis

    john couroupacis New Member

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    hi great photo just wondering what the camera setting were and if you zoom in is it grainy
     
  7. ^pomen_GTR^

    ^pomen_GTR^ Active Member

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    anybody have the lens distortion setting profile for photoshop?

    for CG03 camera...
     
  8. Fezzik

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    It's probably not shown as a CG03. If you can find the manufacturer, or the specs of the camera, you can probably find one that is very close. In GoPro Studio, you can actually adjust the fisheye effect manually for any camera.
     
  9. ^pomen_GTR^

    ^pomen_GTR^ Active Member

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    camera in exif shows as yuneec name... and no other details....

    so far been using +6 fisheye correction in photoshop cs3..looks straight enough so far...

    but if i can source detailed setting for that would be even better
     
  10. Fezzik

    Fezzik Member

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    Try GoPro studio, it's got very nice lens correction settings. It's free to download.
     
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