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4K 4096×2160 recording issue firmware 1.2.1.60

by 9to5dji

Just like the firmware that came with the DJI Osmo when you purchased it, firmware 1.2.1.60 still has the issue when recording 4K in 4096×2160 resolution in that the DJI Go app blue-screened and the camera of the Osmo rebooted.

Since there has been confusion about this issue that was fixed in firmware 1.1.1.50 ( but introduced a LOT more issues ) and whether or not it was/is still resolved in the 1.2.1.60 downgrade. I have tested all 4k recording modes on the Osmo with the latest firmware and here is what works and what does not work properly when recording in either NTSC or PAL mode.

NTSC:
3840×2160 30fpsNo issue, camera records fine.

3840×2160 24fpsNo issue, camera records fine.

4096×2160 24fpsDoes not work and causes the app to blue-screen and the camera to reboot.
DJI Osmo NTSC Camera Modes

PAL:
3840×2160 25fpsNo issue, camera records fine.

3840×2160 24fpsNo issue, camera records fine.

4096×2160 25fpsDoes not work and causes the app to blue-screen and the camera to reboot.

4096×2160 24fpsDoes not work and causes the app to blue-screen and the camera to reboot.
DJI Osmo PAL Camera Modes

In a nutshell, no 4096×2160 works in firmware 1.2.1.60, just as it didn’t in v1.0.1.19

Hope this helps and clears up any confusion related to the downgrade.

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1 comment

pete 28th June 2016 - 07:51

This is what I got too, a blue screen then reboot. And now I cant switch it back to PAL 1080 / 25.
Is there a secret step to this? I just installed V01.06.02.10

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