Livingitup80, thank you! I find the quality outdoors can be better than indoors as there’s generally more light - as long as you’re not flying too far so as to compromise the wifi signal. You do need to also adjust the exposure setting in order to have a good baseline too so the camera has enough of a dynamic range to work with. Have a look at some of the other videos here for great examples of outdoors footage, including my snowy duck pond video. Cheers!!