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Control over Hololens camera exposure
We would like to combine our markers tracking system (computer vision) with Hololens. We did some preliminary tests for image and video quality using files from Device Portal. These are compressed therefore quality is affected but our main issue is camera exposure. Frames are (very) blurred when moving head such that tracking is very poor or plainly impossible. Is there a way to control Hololens camera properties such as exposure? I don't see any such control in Device Portal. Maybe through coding?