Factory For Solar light LH-B005 – 10w Led Flood Light
Factory For Solar light LH-B005 – 10w Led Flood Light Detail:
|Item Name：||Solar light||Carton size：||46||30||42.5|
|Solar Panel：||9V 1.2W|
|Storage Battery：||3.7V1200mAh||Carton CBM：||0.059|
|Light Source：||60PCS||qty/inner boxe||1|
|Color Temperature：||Day white||20′ GP|
|Function：||light sensor||Item NW:（KG)|
|IP Grade：||IP65||Item GW:（KG)|
|Item Size：||22.5*14.5*20CM||Accessories：||1pcs*Solar Light|
|Switch：||Flash /steady on|
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TIPS on videoing your snorkel trip – Equipment, Camera Settings, Getting the shot and editing. Details below.
0:18 Selfie pole – YES. Stable, close to action. I prefer non-floating so buoyancy doesn’t impact holding pole/camera steady.
Make sure it will work in salt water & won’t be corroded.
0:30 Headmount – NO. Unstable & not close to action. Tough to tell if on or off. Just trust me.
0:45 Tray – possibly. Scuba divers use. I haven’t tried them.
1:02 GoPro Hero4 Silver – worked well. Much improvement over my original GoPro.
1:20 GorPro LCD screen – didn’t use much underwater. Camera at the end of 5′ pole, tough to see screen
1:25 Anti-fog inserts – worth considering. Going from AC in room or car to humid environment can cause fog.
1:50 Lanyard or floating pole or bobber. Happy to have good lanyard in 100′ of water. Didn’t use it most of the time since I can dive to 20′.
2:07 Buoyancy considerations.
2:30 Filters – I didn’t use & footage is good enough for me. Probably depends on water clarity, depth of filming, sunny vs. cloudy, etc.
3:25 Camera settings (some GoPro specific)
3:30 Frames per Second – FPS – 60fps seems most agreed upon for underwater
4:18 Resolution – 4k, 2.7k, 1440, 1080. General recommendation is highest resolution with the fps you want (and your computer can handle editing).
My computer can’t edit 4k, and 2.7k only currently goes to 30 fps, so I chose lower resolution with a tad higher fps.
4:45 POV 4×3 – 1920×1440 vs. 16:9 – I used 4:3 to capture more vertical area – I was missing shots below camera. Most would use 16:9 if you aren’t an idiot.
* Field of view – I used wide so I could crop in post later if desired.
5:34 PROTUNE = OFF did not use. Use if you are really into advanced color correction
5:52 ORIENTATION=DOWN. Due to Camera mounted upside on pole. You can also fix in post. Not a big deal.
6:24 WIFI = OFF. Saves battery
6:30 AUTO-OFF = 1 Minute. Saves battery for times when you forget to turn off your camera.
6:43 LED = 4. Red blinky lights on front/back of camera – easier to tell if it is recording underwater – again, so you don’t leave camera recording for 10 extra minutes then curse.
7:00 TOUCH DISPLAY = SLEEP 1 MINUTE. Saves battery. And rarely used underwater since camera is on a pole 5′ away.
7:37 Storage – 32 GB (or more) for a day. I used laptop to dump files to at night. Roughly 10 days of shooting – 160-200 GB. (I deleted some as I went along)
8:02 Spare batteries – One or more. I don’t shoot long takes so adjust accordingly. I have a Wasabi dual-charger, so I actually had 3 total, but never used the 3rd.
8:25 Touch case – forget it. Not worth risking camera underwater and only works in super shallow water
GETTING THE SHOT
8:52 Practice ahead of time in pool if possible. Good time to tell if you can change settings with a mask on – I was blind w/o glasses.
9:30 Watch other professional video to see how they frame shots & keep interest. Ex: YouTube CBS SUnday Morning Virgin Islands
9:50 Limit direct overhead footage. Get some shots slightly under fish
10:05 Combine elements – Fish and interesting coral. Coral and people diving down.
10:26 Don’t chase the fish. A lot of times they will come back into frame.
11:17 Hold your shot steady. Most important. Use 2 hands. Also why handheld or headmount aren’t the best choices. If one handed, use a good lanyard around your arm to help.
11:35 Hold the shot. Film for awhile longer to make sure you get good footage. Gives you more choices when editing footage.
11:51 Move around object (slowly) to get different perspectives
12:08 Shorter shots (30-60 seconds) vs. 15 min. Focus on shorter quality shots than long takes. it will save you editing time as well.
12:50 LICK THE CAMERA to clear waterspots. And no I am not kidding. It works. Credit: MicBergsma & I am sure others.
13:30 Color correction – How much will you do? I do enough to make clips look good enough but not pro quality. It’s a matter of time, as every clip can be color corrected.
14:06 GoPro Studio has some “easy” color correction options (at a minimum)
14:30 Video Editing software – GoPro Studio (I used sometimes on this trip). I mainly use Sony Movie Studio but recommend downloading free trial software of top video editors and see what you like & to test. You can typically find the prior version of whatever software online and save some $$. Trial software also allows you to test your computer to see if it has enough power to edit clips – such as 4k, 2.7k, 120fps, etc.
15:23 YouTube / Copyright audio – See www.youtube.com/audiolibrary to download YouTube copyright-free music. You can also search the Ad-supported music section to see if the song you picked out will be blocked or not.
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