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This is just so annoy! Adjusting white balance on controller dial

ksmusa

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The zebra lines are there to show overexposure.
They don't appear on final footage but are there to help you with exposure settings.
You can disable them in Go 4 by clicking on the icon of the 3 sliders under the camera's capture button, then you click on the gear and then you use the slider to turn on/off the option of Over Exposure Warning.
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Zebra lines are there to show overexposure.
They don't appear on final footage but are there to help you with exposure settings.
You can disable In Go 4 by clicking on the icon of the 3 sliders under the camera's capture button, then you click on the gear and then you use the slider to turn on/off the option of Over Exposure Warning.
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Thank you Ksmusa that really helps!
 
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I guess you can get rid of the red bits. I have ND 16 filters on it though.
Yeah mate, you can turn it off in settings.
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