As the DJI Osmo Action does not have any internal stabilization when in HDR mode, so no RocKSteady EIS stabilisation, I was using the DJI Osmo Action on a gimbal stabiliser, the Smooth Q by Zhiyun.
For the test and as I don’t have any ND filters for the Osmo Action, I set the ISO to 100 and the shutter to auto and am shooting at 25 FPS. Because the Osmo Action in auto shutter will use a very high shutter speed to stop down the light for exposure. There are the usual temporal motion artefacts that occur when shooting at such high shutter speeds.
All in all and all things considered, I’m totally impressed with HDR mode on the DJI Osmo Action.
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