If you look at the iPad 4's camera closely, you will see a bright ring (like a bezel) around the camera lens. It is sloped downwards towards the camera. Guess what? That is a TERRIBLE TERRIBLE way to design a camera. What this means is that anything that is bright will reflect off of those shiny bezels and go into your pictures and video. Let me show you the results: At 2:05 you can see the reflected bright dots from the lights throughout the drumming sequence. At 11:50 you will see this floating thing in the scene. In fact, throughout the whole 3D water show, there are artifacts from lights. Even the Phantom of the Opera ripoff segment starting at 31:40 has this ufo floating everywhere in it because of the bezel. Canon and everyone who designs lens knows to make their lens case and internal parts slope away and in non-reflecting coating (or very dark texture) so that light does not affect pictures. Why does the iPad 4 purposely put bright reflecting stuff SLOPED TOWARDS the lens? It ruins all videos and pictures with bright source.