Here is a short description of the new camera configuration page:
The Streaming Settings section controls the video source (if multiple devices are detected), the format of the video stream, and the gstreamer pipeline options. Changing settings in this section will require the camera and video stream to be restarted, and this will happen automatically when settings are changed. The gstreamer pipeline options are useful if you would like to change the destination of the video stream or stream the video to multiple clients.
The Camera Settings section allows you to adjust the camera settings. These settings can be adjusted dynamically, without interrupting the video stream. The most recent settings will be saved and loaded on reboot. You can also save different setting profiles and switch between them. This may be useful for setting up a ‘low light’ profile optimized for brightness/contrast in murky water, and a ‘vibrant’ profile with better color quality for operating in well-illuminated and high-visibility shallows. The saved profiles include the video device and format settings from the Streaming Settings section, so switching to a saved profile requires restarting the camera and video stream.
The settings that appear in this page are the settings reported by the camera hardware, so they will be different for different cameras. For example, the Raspberry Pi camera is capable of capturing at as low as 5 frames per second, while our low light USB camera is only capable of capturing as low as 15 frames per second.