I began to probe into the programmed automatic mode of a video camera after "Gone with the Water" and "Spinning Stairs"; the relationship between the deprogrammed video camera and reprogrammed video camera. There were two major sections: First, I set up the opening scene in a high contrast lighting situation, which might lead to the camera deficiencies such as out of focusing, overexposure, lens flare, and color shifting etc. The manufacture programmed video camera was teasing by me with a flashlight, which became the protagonist of this section. Second, I experimented with a patch of MaxMsp/Jitter (a graphic programming software) to apprehend the production of vision and the automaticity in the programmed video camera. This variable patch overrode the manufacturer’s programming of the video cameras and added a series of real-time special effects to the moving images. Light, color, and movement were concurrently the subjects of the video cameras as well as their interlocutors.