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Imovetheearth
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[I am experiencing on my IPAD PRO when taking still pictures with my P4, black lines going through white or light objects, even the sky, as you can see in the pictures. When I turn the wheel on the RC to lessen the light, they go away but then the screen becomes very dark. What's up with that? This just started happening after over a years time. Is there a setting I am missing? Any input would be great!   
2017-10-23
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Imovetheearth
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Stills and video!
2017-10-23
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fansa84fe8a4
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You have the over-exposure warning turned on in GO.  Turn it off in the camera menu.
2017-10-23
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Normn8or
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It's your over exposure warning. you can turn it off in your camera settings look for the over exposure on off switch. Or you could leave it on and turn your exposure wheel on the right of the remote control till the lines disappear which lets you know that your not over exposing your shot and washing out your image with intense whites.  
2017-10-23
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Imovetheearth
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Well, just got in from a short flight and was checking the camera settings. Sure enough, I found the issue. Those lines are apparently an "over exposure warning". I turned it off in the settings and now no more black lines. I hope this helps anyone with that same issue. It's a "feel good" feeling when you can find your own problem!! Happy flying!!
2017-10-23
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Imovetheearth Posted at 2017-10-23 11:55
Well, just got in from a short flight and was checking the camera settings. Sure enough, I found the issue. Those lines are apparently an "over exposure warning". I turned it off in the settings and now no more black lines. I hope this helps anyone with that same issue. It's a "feel good" feeling when you can find your own problem!! Happy flying!!

Thanx for your responses, but I feel like an electronic wizard when I figured it out myself!
2017-10-23
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Normn8or Posted at 2017-10-23 11:40
It's your over exposure warning. you can turn it off in your camera settings look for the over exposure on off switch. Or you could leave it on and turn your exposure wheel on the right of the remote control till the lines disappear which lets you know that your not over exposing your shot and washing out your image with intense whites.

Thanx Normn8or for your response! Must be when you were responding to my thread I was out taking a short flight and got into my camera settings and turned off the over exposure. With it on it also made the screen on my device very dark when I lessened the exposure. Apparently when I updated, the over exposure was turned on and I never updated my camera settings.
2017-10-23
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DJI-Jamie
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Glad to hear you were able to get it sorted, happy flying!
2017-10-23
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Geebax
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Switching off the over-exposure warning is akin to removing the globe in your car's low oil pressure light. It might get rid of the annoying indicator, but you still have a problem. It would be far wiser to read up on how to correctly expose the images in the first place.
2017-10-23
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DJI Thor
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Yeah, great to hear that the issue is resolved, should you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us. We'd glad to help.
2017-10-29
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