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Doesn't seem to gather enough light in fairly

Doesn't seem to gather enough light in fairly bright conditions so the green focusing light doesn't come on, just the orange one.

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SOURCE: Focus light always orange...never green

that's a problem? the focus light does *NOT* turn green in this cam

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