Question - Optimising go pro for low light.

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28DL Member
28DL Member
May 27, 2015
Hi all,

Been doing high stuff for a couple of years after moving to an area where normal climbing isn't an option. haven't been hitting anything in the early morning yet which I know is recommended for best video quality and minimal attention.

But that taken into account, I am new to Gopros and am seeing youtube videos coming out a lot better in low light than mine, I've got the 4 hero silver, can anyone recommend the settings for optimum low light video?