Integration of Wide Dynamic Range technology in surveillance cameras

WDR technology is commonly incorporated in cameras used for surveillance applications. The technology allows a camera to clearly capture detailed features even when a person or an object of interest appears in locations where there is strong back illumination, such as outdoors during the day or in front of artificial lighting at night. WDR capabilities are strongly recommended for cameras used to monitor locations where light enters from multiple directions, ensuring that at whatever angle to the camera a person or object of interest appears, sufficient detail can be captured for reliable identification.

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  • WDR applications in surveillance
  • WDR Enhanced
  • WDR Pro
  • WDR Pro II
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