Matrix IR night vision for video surveillance cameras

Posted on October 29, 2016 by OnGuard
Categories: General
Check out how Matrix IR performs vs traditional IR.
IR is an abbreviation for Infrared. It allows camera to see in darkness with the use of infrared lighting which is invisible to the human eye but video camera can use it to see in darkness producing a black and white image.
For night vision the more lighting the better but this isn’t always possible or practical.  Not all cameras are alike. Better quality cameras use a variety of features including WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) which helps cameras see in varied, different lighting conditions. Better cameras use WDR or True WDR vs DWDR which is Digital or artificial.
Matrix IR vs regular IR helps reduce ghosting or shadow effects at low light.
Here is video demonstrating Matrix vs regular IR.

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