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My guess... Daytime is fine... night time is the problem...??
So without anymore system details I'm assuming your CLEAR cameras are in a protected location... from minor fog to a wee bit of moisture in the air which will reflect (glare) back into your UNCLEAR camera's picture.
Although you CANNOT SEE the infrared light... the camera sees it much the same as having your HIGH-BEAM headlights GLARE in the fog.
To prove it you need only change your clear cameras with your
Additionally you will find spiders think these lights are a great place to put up their webs...
My solution was to get INDEPENDENT (IR) LIGHT sources and to disable the lights inside the camera.
Ultimately I replaced the cameras with the HD/PTZ cameras that work in low light and infrared.
You could just put up BRIGHT motion lights... and clean the spider webs off your cameras... (I did it for years!)
The glare is from the flash and/or direct source of light behind you or from the reflected angle. The only way to get a super detailed, glare free picture from a 90 degree angle of the surface is with no flash and all sources of light being soft, really bright, and /or indirect. Have you seen the large white inverted umbrella things on movie sets and such? That is what you need. Another option available, which I use on my ebay pics is to take it outside in the sun and take the pic from a slight angle. This gets the big fiery ball off the item and your shadow does not interfere. Cut yourself some slack because the pro quality pics of artwork are done in a professional photography setting like a studio or with lots of on site equipment.
Metering has gone on the .Can you set the camera to Aperture priority or speed priority?Set to either permanently if you cane then you should get a standard exposure.
The inside shots may appear dark, but all the information is there and a treak in an image editor will brighten them up.
Cant do the same for too bright images though if they burnout then that's it.
a repair is not likely
got a birthday any time soon
Got some one that luvs you enough to buy you the next one.?