I have a project coming up where I will be shooting video of vehicles off roading at night. I want to expose the video so you can see the outline of the vehicle (maybe more detail, if possible), and the HID/LED lights mounted on the vehicles. One of the goals it to show how far the LED lights illuminate the road ahead. I did some test shots last night and tried various settings... both auto exposure and manual override of the shutter speed and ISO. The quality of the test shots were ok, but there was a lot of noise with the ISO cranked to 3200. If I reduced the ISO to 1600 or 800, it was a lot better, but exposure became a challenge, the image was a bit dark. I also ran into an issue where the EV value was stuck at -2.0. At first, I assumed this was just an indication of the current exposure value, given the shutter speed and ISO. But at one point, I was able to adjust all three values in manual mode: ISO, Shutter Speed and EV. Check out the attached screenshots, you can see the "EV" text is blue in one screenshot, I was able to change EV from -2.0 to 0 without changing ISO or shutter speed. But I was only able to do that once. Now, I can only edit Shutter & ISO, and the EV setting only acts as a live exposure meter based on the other two values. Does anybody know if all 3 values are editable at the same time, or if this was just a weird bug? And any suggestions for how to set this up properly for night shots? One last question: when you tap on the screen in the DJI Pilot App, you get a yellow square outlining your selection point. Is that for spot focus, EV or both?