We climbed up to 6,500 feet and once we started getting closer to Camarillo, a red and white barbed line appeared with a circle around our airplane, connecting us to the Camarillo Airport. We were getting closer to gliding range. When we got close enough, the barbed line turned white and the airport icon turned into a green circle. Surrounding airports that are not in glide distance turn red and borderline ones yellow. We pulled the power to idle and pushed a button on the display called “runway seeker.” Immediately, the autopilot took control of the RV-7, making adjustments in pitch and bank, often even adding flaps.