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I use 2 Gopro 8 cameras, what are the best camera settings for capturing indoor for squash and outdoor for tennis?

2 (edited by Chas Tennis 2022-11-13 07:10:20)

Sorry, I'm not familiar with GoPro settings. I'd expect the GoPro to have an automatic exposure control.  Get a user's manual from the GoPro Support website and take videos.  To reduce motion blur you will need a fast shutter speed.  That might be a problem indoors or under artificial lighting outdoors at night because the camera's automatic exposure control  might not select a fast enough shutter speed for small motion blur. 

Here is some information on light levels for outdoor tennis court lighting and outdoor sunlight, etc. 
https://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/index.p … t-16932668

I once found estimates that recommended indoor tennis court light levels should be about 1/80th/1.3% of outdoor direct sunlight (with sharp shadows).  Check my estimate and keep that very large difference in mind. 

You can take a camera with manual settings and photograph outdoor tennis and the indoor squash court.  Use the shutter speed settings to estimate the difference in light levels for similar exposures.

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Thank you very much for your kind cooperation