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Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)


Wide Dynamic Range is a feature to compensate for excessive light or shadows.
It allows a camera to see clearly in areas that would normally be too lit/too bright or too shadowy/too dark.


Wide Dynamic Range Example #1

Excessive sunlight coming through parking gate

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Wide Dynamic Range Example #2

1. WDR turned off.

Notice the entrance door which has excessive sunlight and is very hard to see.


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2. WDR turned on

The camera compensates for the lighting and allows both parts of the scene to be viewed.



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Side by side comparison

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Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) Example #3

1. WDR turned off.

Notice the beach area which has excessive sunlight and is very hard to see.


2. WDR turned on

The camera compensates for the lighting and allows both parts of the scene to be viewed.


3. Side by side comparison



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