Introducing a surveillance camera excessively near a light apparatus can make light reflect into the focal point around evening time and twist the picture.
• Too much light in the field of perspective on the camera, particularly if it’s near the camera will make the camera’s light sensor overcompensate and close its iris, making the foundation be dim.
• The camera probably won’t change to night mode when a light is sparkling straightforwardly into the camera’s focal point. The camera’s infrared lights don’t come on if the camera isn’t changing to night mode bringing about a dim and foggy picture.
A convenient solution to this issue:
• Replace the light with a lower wattage bulb.
• Rotate the camera somewhat with the goal that the light apparatus isn’t in the perspective on the camera.
•Turn on Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) in the camera’s settings. WDR setting consequently makes up for overexposure and equilibriums the brilliant and dim zones to make a more adjusted picture.
•To turn on the WDR setting, you should go into the cameras OSD (on-screen show). This setting can here and there be gotten to through the advanced recorder.
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