Dear All I have a Go Pro Hero 5 Black which I am trying to use for videoing squash from a bit of a distance. Two questions: 1. Will a simple change of settings help? 2. Do I need a different non-action cam? If so, what is the same size as a Go Pro with the quality I'm looking for? The issue is the the Go Pro is superb quality for anything that is close up or in natural light, but the quality of the video on a squash court is not good. It's grainy and not well defined. Please see below for an example. I hope it is clear enough to see, but the quality is so much lower that you see from the same camera outside of the court. I think that ultimately, the Go Pro just isn't built for this kind of video. Am I right in saying the camera just isn't made for this? Or perhaps, there are settings I could change. The current settings are: 2.7k 60FPS Protune OFF Low light ON NTSC Linear My guess is that changing settings won't really help. So, I think an alternative "normal" HD video camera might be required instead as I don't need the wide lens given the distance. Any suggestions for something that is up the job? I'd like something small, the size size as the Go Pro and that can preferably use the same mounts? I look forward to hearing from all the knowledgeable members of the forum. Thank you.