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Article ID: NSC1067 — Created: 11 Aug 2017 — Reviewed: 12 Nov 2017
After changing objective camera modes back and forth between HD and SD, images captured appear to be overexposed or to have strange exposure settings.
This problem is caused when the camera settings are not completely reset when changing camera modes. This problem does not consistently occur for all users.
This problem has been corrected in uScope Navigator v4.3.
As a work-around for earlier releases, we suggest that after changing the camera mode, if image exposure seems odd, exit the uScope Navigator software, cycle power on the uScope, and re-launch the uScope Navigator application.
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