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Outdoor picture is all white

When I try to take pictures out the window, everything is white, like it is drastically over-exposed. If I pick it up and point it into the room, it is fine. Out the window, all white. Can someone please tell me what I'm doing wrong?

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I found the same problem. I was able to solve it by adjusting settings as follows: Go into 'Camera Settings' - top right blue button in video view. You need the 'Camera Setup' tab. Click 'Source' button. Click 'Advanced Settings' tab. 'Banding filter' - check 'Outdoor'. 'OK' your way out.

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