The auto exposure on my OAK-D PoE is not working properly. I believe it is choosing to set the iso way too high when I point the camera at certain scenes, resulting in dark/noisey/green frames, as can be seen here. This does not occur on my USB OAK-D when aimed at the same scene and running the same code sample. Seems odd since these two devices have essentially identical hardware aside from the waterproofing and the PoE, so you would think the frames would look about the same.
When I manually adjust the exposure time and iso value using this camera control example, the frames look much better, so I don't think this is a hardware issue. But obviously I cannot choose a fixed exposure time and iso if the camera is to operate in a variety of lighting conditions. So any advice on how to fix this issue would be much appreciated.