|Thema: Exposure settings|
Open the Exposure Settings dialog to adjust the exposure settings of the camera and to optimize it for the current lighting condition.
The MOBOTIX camera is equipped with several automatic features so that the best possible images can be created under all weather and lighting conditions. Normally, only extreme conditions call for manual modifications of the exposure settings.
When modifying settings manually, you should always start with the factory default settings.
|Automatic contrast||It is recommended that this setting always has the value Auto in order to create high-contrast images under all lighting conditions.|
Changing the Brightness parameter will adjust the entire image area.
This parameter also is used for adjusting the brightness of an image. However, it only affects the darker portions of an image.
This setting improves contrast in dark scenes or in scenes lacking contrast.
Exposure fields are defines image areas that are used for exposure and color adjustments. To facilitate exposure field positioning, you can select from a number of pre-defined exposure fields.
Pre-defined Exposure Fields:
Exposure Field Weighting:
Using this parameter, you can define how much the exposure fields are to be considered for exposure control--relative to the remainder of the image.
The factory default setting is 100% which means that only the exposure fields are used for exposure control.
White Balance Weighting:
Using this parameter, you can define how much the exposure fields are to be considered for white balancing--relative to the remainder of the image.
The factory default setting is Total which means that the entire image is used for white balance.
Using this parameter, you can influence the average brightness within the exposure fields. Note, that too high a value may affect the exposure time.
|Max. Exposure Time||Set the maximum exposure time in seconds.|
|Minimum exposure time||Set the minimum exposure time in seconds.|
Controls the speed of adjusting to changed illumination:
This setting is also relevant, if you are using MxPEG Viewer.
|Frequency of Power Supply||
This parameter sets the camera to the power supply frequency of the respective country to prevent interference.
The factory default setting for Europe is 50 Hz. For Canada, the U.S.A. and Japan, set the power supply frequency to 60 Hz.
|Note:||In the lower part of the dialog, the current exposure settings of the image sensors are displayed.|
Click on the Set button to activate your settings and to save them until the camera is rebooted.
Click on the Close button to close the dialog. While closing the dialog, the system checks the entire configuration for changes. If changes are detected, you will be asked if you would like to store the entire configuration permanently.