Storing Pro Cam Settings - Sports & Concert Photography

Bembelhead

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Hi Folks,

happy new owner of a 1020 and slowly but surely getting firm with the cam features. I have one general and two specific questions and would appreciate feedback a lot ..

1. (I fear the answer is no) Is there a way to store settings of pro cam as presets? So for example if u have repeating challenges such as concert photography and you've found certain settings to work good one night.. and you want to use the same at the next concert a few weeks later. Only chance to keep it in mind ?

2. Sports photography (soccer) - would you guys recommend to use pro cam & short exposure time (1/1000 or so) or use the sport setting in the regular cam app or use the burst function in the smart cam app?

and last but not least 3. I'll be attending a LOT of indoor rock concerts in October - often likely pretty close up to the stage. Anyone a hint on how to get the best out of the 1020 under these conditions?

As said ... any hints would be very much appreciated.

Greetings from Germany

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Technoloay

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Hi Folks,

happy new owner of a 1020 and slowly but surely getting firm with the cam features. I have one general and two specific questions and would appreciate feedback a lot ..

1. (I fear the answer is no) Is there a way to store settings of pro cam as presets? So for example if u have repeating challenges such as concert photography and you've found certain settings to work good one night.. and you want to use the same at the next concert a few weeks later. Only chance to keep it in mind ?

2. Sports photography (soccer) - would you guys recommend to use pro cam & short exposure time (1/1000 or so) or use the sport setting in the regular cam app or use the burst function in the smart cam app? For me, as a 620 user with GDR2 and smart cam, i think that each app has its right time to be used. But here's my general rule of thumb: Smart Cam for slowly moving objects, Pro cam for faster stuff that won't be captured in the 10 frames of the smart cam.

and last but not least 3. I'll be attending a LOT of indoor rock concerts in October - often likely pretty close up to the stage. Anyone a hint on how to get the best out of the 1020 under these conditions?

As said ... any hints would be very much appreciated.

Greetings from Germany

:smile:
 

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