Sustainability Navigation

Bad quality when roof mounted

Comments

3 comments

  • petterhanssen

    rsz_stue1

    rsz_stue2

    0
    Comment actions Permalink
  • petterhanssen

    Is there no way to manually control the exposure?

    0
    Comment actions Permalink
  • Logi_Aron

    What appears to be happening in your particular case is that you are getting a large amount of IR reflection from the white(?) wall next to the camera which causes the over exposure of a large enough portion of the image that it can't compensate on the other areas.

     

    I would recommended changing the 'Field of View' (FOV) of the camera to a smaller setting as this will clip out most of that wall. Since a good 1/3 of the image is the high wall when you place the camera at the ceiling level you won't lose anything of 'interest'. To change the FOV, go into the menu -> More Settings -> 'Field of View'.

     

    There is no way to manually control the exposure.

    0
    Comment actions Permalink

Please sign in to leave a comment.