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Taking video or photos in sun light..

Discussion in 'iPad 2 Forum' started by littlesue73, Jul 2, 2011.

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    Just wondering if this is happening to any one else, when taking a video or photo in sunlight do you get like a negative effect.... I do not know any way else to describe it? Its ok until in a certain position then it seems to go funny like I said a negative effect..... Should I take it to apple and see what they say? Or is this normal?
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    Not a clue but I wonder it the display light sensor is not the cause. Maybe its normal.
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    Post up a photo to demonstrate.

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