Zebra stripes on view

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I was checking my P3 standard going thru setting something to do. I noticed zebra strips on my screen only where its white. I have a feeling its a white balance issue. When i review my pgotos its not on the final edit. Any ideas how to correct this.
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The stripes are showing you the areas that are overexposed. If you don't want to see the stripes, disable this setting in DJI GO:

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Geeeeeeeeeeeeee that horse is Very Very Over exposed ( LOL )
 
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Thats what i thought. Thank you so much. Just glad its not a costly problem
The stripes are known in the industry as "Zebras" and notify over-exposure to light in those areas. You can turn off the "Over-Exposure" Warning in Warnings - or the more accurate thing to do is close down the Aperture to let in less light ! Good luck
 

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how many times per week do you think you post these photos about the over expose stripes?
I haven't seen this one for a while. It used to be a very common question.
 
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