- Jan 13, 2018
I don't have a lens or gimbal protector on.Silly answer....If you have a gimbal protector, did you remove it before flight?
Perhaps the lens has a smudge on it. Clean it with a lens brush available at photo stores.
Is the camera in a mode like "shallow focus" ?
The Spark lens is a fixed focus lens so there's no adjustment there.
Thanks. I'll try that.I just checked my phone from an old flight, the image in my phone is cached (poor quality) with the same numbers you have described.
Remove the card from the Spark and download that image into a pc, then your phone for quality.
It should be better.
Look at all the time you wasted by not reading about how to use your aircraft.You don't have to be a dick. I'm just wondering why my pictures are in poor quality.
I read the manual. It didn't help.Look at all the time you wasted by not reading about how to use your aircraft.
People like you post stuff that makes others play "20 questions" with you only to determine that the problem could be solved by reading the **** manual.
He has a point. This is one of the most basic operations and is clearly covered in the manual. It’s just lazy for people to not bother reading the manual and come here to ask instead. It’s happening more and more, and yeah - for those of us that have been here a long time it’s getting annoying.Dude, lose the attitude, forums are for those seeking help, FO if you dont want to help, no one aked you to waste your time. We all know there is a lot to learn and help from forums is great and builds comaradary for people with like interests.