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I'm trying to record long walks in 4K @ 60 Hz with my Hero 10. I've been using a gimbal (Crane M2) to smooth out the picture and improve quality in dark areas.

I'm trying to find the best GoPro settings for recording these videos. Also, I use Premiere Pro, so would like to know the ideal color, sharpening, and exporting options for this sort of video.

Here's a test I recorded last weekend:


What GoPro settings would help improve the image quality?

What Premiere Pro settings could help improve the color, sharpness, and clarity?
 

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Also, the fish-eye effect is pretty noticeable in spots (e.g., 34:50). This is probably because I was filming in Wide.

To reduce the fish-eye effect in future videos, should I:

a) film in Linear + Horizon Leveling instead of Wide
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b) continue filming in Wide, but use something in post (Premiere Pro) to reduce the fish-eye effect

Which do you recommend?
 

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I've researched walking videos and it seems when walking in cities they use linear and for nature shots they use wide. I think it makes sense since with cities, people, etc, you want more of a close feeling with less fish eye look.
 
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