Hi all, First off, I'm a Phantom 3 Professional user. I'm aware I'm posting in an Inspire forum, but I feel that you might be able to help me because: The app for the P3 and Inspire are the same The camera is of similar capability Inspire has been around a lot longer and the users here might have experienced the same problem Inspire users are typically "power" users so may be more experienced with video shooting I posted this on the Phantom and DJI forums to no avail. The problem I have is that my recorded video appears to "flicker" or "pulse" periodically. It seems to be more apparent in bright situations, but is also present in low lighting conditions, so I do not believe that it is influenced by shutter speed. Here's the best example I have: Take a look in 1080p and fullscreen - you should notice that the grass and trees all "pulse" periodically (~1s). Here's an example in low lighting conditions: Excuse me fiddling around with the camera settings in this one. It's less apparent in this one, but in the raw footage it's very obvious. What I've tried: Switching to advanced mode to set the ISO/shutter speed manually Setting the white balance to different presets (thereby disabling auto mode) I've noticed something though: the EV value seems to jump around by itself depending on the lighting conditions in advanced mode. I thought the EV was based on the aperture (fixed in this camera) and the shutter speed, so why is it jumping around? Could that explain this effect? Thank you for any help. I'm a total camera noob so please feel free to suggest things which might seem blindingly obvious to you. Please note that this effect happens in the raw footage too, so we can't blame YouTube.