Taking photos and videos - Parrot Bluegrass

How to open the recording settings with FreeFlight Pro?

 

To open the recording settings, first launch the FreeFlight Pro app.

 

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1.   Go to FLY & FILM.

 

2.   Press the icon to the left of the save button

 

3. The image settings appear.

 

 

 

What are the different photo and video mode options?

 

There are three modes on your Parrot Bluegrass, namely video mode, photo mode and burst mode.

 

 

How to switch from one mode to another

 

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1.   Go to image settings.

 

2.   Press the icon of the mode highlighted in red, in the upper left of your screen. A dropdown list appears.

 

3.   Press the icon of the mode to be applied. The new mode is applied.

 

 

What are the features of the video mode?

 

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1 - Mode

2 - Number of images per second

3 - Number of megabits per second

4 - Anti-flicker settings

5 - White balance

6 - Take a picture

7 - Lens aperture

8 - Definition

9 - Camera exposure

10 - Start recording a video

11 - Recording time

 

 

 

What are the features of the photo mode?

 

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1 - Mode

2 - Photo format

3 - Anti-flicker settings

4 - White balance

5 - Take a picture

6 - Lens aperture

7 - Definition

8 - Image exposure

9 - Photo mode status

 

 

 

What are the features of the burst mode?  

 

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1 - Mode

2 - Photo format

3 - Anti-flicker settings

4 - White balance

5 - Interval between each photo

6 - Lens aperture

7 - Definition

8 - Camera exposure

9 - Start burst mode

10 - Burst mode status

 

 

How to adjust the white balance

 

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Adjust the white balance according to the conditions:

 

 

 product_0901_icn_auto.png     Automatic

 

product_0901_icn_sunny.png    Outdoor sunny

 

 product_0901_icn_cloudy.pngOutdoor cloudy

 

 bulb3.png      Indoor neon lighting

 

 bulb2.png      Indoor bulb lighting

 

1.   Press the white balance icon. A dropdown list appears.

 

2.   Press the corresponding conditions. The white balance is set.

Update : 18/04/2019