I am returning to Drones and have been learning to fly my Mavic 2 Zoom all over again. This mostly this consists of slow gentle circuits and precision manual landing and take off for now.
Today I started to pay more attention to the quality of the video I was taking and realized that, at one point I had inadvertently flown the drone towards the Sun, thereby overloading the sensor and darkening the video to almost complete black, this only resolved once I turned away and the sensor could pick things up again.
At the moment all my video settings are set to “auto”.
I will never be able to avoid this kind of situation and wondered if anyone had experience of the best way to handle the video settings to minimize this sort of contrast overload? I know that the rule of thumb is that you set ISO as low as possible and change the brightness of the shot by adjusting exposure - is that correct?
If I got this right you should be able to see the video I am talking about by following this link to YouTube.
Thanks for any help.