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which are determined automatically inside camera system.
If slow speed shutter is activated, the exposure time becomes longer
and the frame rate becomes smaller. Blurred images may result with
Set an area for backlight compensation. If backlight compensation is
activated, the camera performs the exposure control only within the
Backlight compensation is a function that adjusts the brightness of a
selected area to an optimum level. This function is necessary when an
auto iris lens tends to close due to an intense light coming from the back
of the object in the area to be viewed so that areas become dark and
Set a sharpness effect:
Sharp: Sharpness is strong.
Soft: Sharpness is weak.
1: Is selected for specific applications, such as FA application for
obtaining true linear video data.
0.45: This is the default setting, suitable for CCTV applications.
Set the white balance value according to the environmental conditions
for best colour rendition.
AWB: The colour temperature of the camera is automatically adjusted
according to the ambient lighting condition.
Manual: Adjustable by user manually, this is useful for specific
environmental conditions which AWB may not perform correctly.
Indoor: Default for 3200K condition
Outdoor: Default for 5100K condition
ATW : The TTL white balance algorithm is set for ideal colour
reproduction. The colour temperature range is 2500 °K – 10000 °K.
Set the offset level to adjust the image level for a DC auto iris lens. The
higher the level, the brighter the images and the lower the level, the
darker the images.
Select ON to display the image upside down or OFF to deactivate the
Select ON to mirror the image or OFF the deactivate the mirror function.
CCMx1315-LP Configuration Manual EN