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Old 07-15-2017, 07:48 PM
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I would like to expand on a portion of my earlier comment:

"We touch and hold the LCD screen in the center of the video image and the camera reads the light of that point and locks the focus and exposure. It gives the best results."

This is the camera control panel on the iPad Pro 10.5



The left vertical scale is the optical zoom. The yellow box right of center is the auto override exposure setting that took this screenshot. I placed it there so the "sun" icon can be seen in this screenshot. You can see it is locked by the text above. We added the blue arrow to point out the "sun" icon. We can take this one step further. For instance, if we want the best skin tones, we would place the AE and AF box on the women's face. If we were not satisfied, we then place the finger on the "sun" control and a vertical scale appears, exposure up or down.

The camera is 4K ressoultion on video with optical steady shot. It's a crafty piece of engineering for such a tiny camera. How do I say this, the optical steady control actually floats like a gyroscope. It is not digital. Same thing for the optical zoom.
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Old 07-15-2017, 08:46 PM
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I'd be HAPPY if I could get my KV-7010U back from that yahoo in Ohio..
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Old 07-15-2017, 11:35 PM
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I'd be HAPPY if I could get my KV-7010U back from that yahoo in Ohio..
You've been bringing that up here for more than 7 years. Hasn't the statute of limitations run out already?

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Old 07-16-2017, 12:33 AM
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I'd be HAPPY if I could get my KV-7010U back from that yahoo in Ohio..
Odds are you'll never see that particular one again.
Wish I had one to offer ya....Someone here oughta try n find ya another one.
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