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I am unable to achieve adequate illumination in order to produce a clear image of the teeth. Is there a setting that I can alter in order to get a brighter image?

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Data acquisition error


Everything I found said it's a windows problem, virus, malware or corrupted windows system files or Dll's. first run malwarebytes the from an elevated command prompt run sfc /scannow to check windows.All else fails run vendor hardware update & then Windows updates.

Feb 18, 2014 | Dexis DEXcam

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What is the difference between a simple day/night IR cameras and day/night IR cameras with IR Light?


The IR lights light up your subject with light that they can't see but the camera can in order to get higher quality recordings

Oct 16, 2013 | i-rocks IR-3230 Webcam

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What could cause my webcam to be blurry?


Whether your holding a video business conference, having a personal video chat with a friend or recording video with your laptop webcam, image clarity plays a huge factor in the quality of the video. There are a number of factors that contribute to the image quality, including available lighting and screen resolution settings.
Adjust your webcam settings, such as brightness contrast, hue and saturation to accommodate the lighting in the room. In order to access your webcam settings, click on "Start" and open the "Control Panel." Choose "Hardware" and then choose your internal webcam from the hardware menu. Select the "Properties" tab to open the setting controls and slide each bar until you achieve the ideal visual settings for your broadcast. Increase the available lighting behind you when conducting a webcam chat, but do not increase the lighting close to the webcam. A lack of back lighting not only creates a darker image projection, but can cause graininess. Too much light close to the webcam can blanch the image, making it difficult to see. Adjust your screen resolution. When the image quality is blurred and distorted during a webcam broadcast, lowering your resolution can sharpen the image projection. To lower your resolution, right-click on your desktop and click "Properties." Choose "Screen Resolution," from the available prompts. Lower the screen resolution one step below where it is currently set and test the image quality. If it needs further sharpening, repeat the process until you achieve the desired clarity. Adjust settings in the video chat program you are using. For example, if you are using Skype, select "Tools" and click on the "Video" icon in the left toolbar. Select "Webcam Settings" and adjust your visual and camera function settings, such as the hue and saturation, as well as lighting compensation. Test your bandwidth settings. If the traffic on your network is high, and multiple users are sharing the same Internet connection, it can affect your bandwidth and lower the quality of your video projection. In order to conduct a quality video session, you should have minimum bandwidth connection of 128 kbps. To check your bandwidth, visit an online test site like SpeedTest and run a bandwidth check. Dust off the lens to free dust particles with an air can. Dust particles can cloud the clarity, but you don't want to wipe them away with your fingers or a rough cloth. Blasting the lens with a burst of canned air will blow away debris and help improve picture clarity.

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Samsung gt-s3850 is there any camera flash on this phone?


The Samsung GT-S3850 does not have a flash, but if you get a simple, cheap, bright white LED keyring torch, you can illuminate subjects using that instead to achieve very similar results to most phonecam flashes. You can even vary the direction of the illumination to achieve results which no built-in camera flash could ever produce.

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Display shows " Print


Here's a link to the user manual.
http://www.brother-usa.com/ModelDocuments/Consumer/Users%20Manual/UM_MFC_255CW_295CN_EN_1787.PDF

According to the message, there is debris in the printer such as a paperclip or torn paper. Clear this debris from the printer and it should clear the message. Refer to page 107 of the document.

Sincerely,
Mark

Apr 02, 2011 | Brother MFC295CNAll-In-One InkJet Printer

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Can not focus. The lens moves fine from one end to the other but I'm unable to see clear images with or IR while in a dark room.


Don't IR illuminator in the dark room. Turn on a small light in one of the corner; such as, a small light bulb. increase ambient light a little at a time until you can focus. You flooding the dark room with IR illumination which will reflect everywhere in there. This might take care of the fuzziness in the monocular. stewbison

Jan 29, 2011 | Yukon 24021 Monocular

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You can hold a flashlite to see the screen, i was told it might be the light bar or inverter can you plz tell me what the problem is before i spend to much money


Ok if you can see the image when you show a flashlight to it means that the backlight is not working, it could be a simple problem as the backlight power cable loose inside or in worst case the backlight completely damaged. Best to take it to a service center and they will be able to tell you what happened. Hopefully it's just a loose cable.As LCDs do not produce light themselves they need illumination (ambient light or a special light source) to produce a visible image. Backlights illuminate the LCD from the side or back of the display panel.Backlights are used in small displays to increase readability in low light conditions.You can search for info on Backlight to learn more about it.

Jan 25, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I need to change my region code to Europe How do i do that?


The device manufacturer predetermines the available setting from which adjustments are achievable elsewhere from factory. First, once a device is acquired from the market, an initial installation has default settings that are capable of alterations with conditions. Products manufacturer for the American market would usually have for regional settings the fifty main land states to include territories at which availability become possible. For example, devices may have for regional settings east coast, west coast, mid western states, and southern states as choice settings capable of alterations. However, device intended for the American market may least have regional alteration feature capabilities. The default regional settings may have been the devices only available settings. Alternately, device may simply disallow settings like with those without any regional adjustment features. Exploring through the device menu buttons should make available any manufacturers embedded setting capable of manufacturer's alterations. If any settings are found on the device, refer to the user guide for step by step instructions on achieving alterations.

Jan 21, 2011 | Canon MP640 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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CAMERA GOES TO BLACK & WHITE A HOUR AFTER RESETTING POWER ON IT A


The SSC-CD73V and SSC-CD73VT cameras
offer a “Day/Night” function to provide
optimized sensitivity in both day and night
shooting scenarios. As the scene illumination
reduces and the acquired image darkens, the
infrared cut filter is automatically removed and
the camera switches to B/W mode, requiring
only a minimum illumination of 0.2 lx.
Incorporating an optimized lens for the
“Day/Night” function, the camera can produce a
clear and crisp image under normal illumination
or when used with near IR illuminators. In
addition, “Day/Night” modes can be
automatically switched, or manually initiated on
demand through an external control signal.

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Blue tint when shooting aperture priority


Hello, First of all let's explain what aperture priority does in terms of electronics and mechanical/optical changes in the way the camera takes photos. Unlike most point and shot digital cameras, your one has variable aperture range. Aperture is related to your camera lens. Their main function will be to collect light and direct it to the camera's sensor. The aperture of a lens is the diameter of the lens opening and is usually controlled by an iris.The larger the diameter of the aperture, the more light reaches the image sensor. Aperture is expressed as "F-stop", for example F2.8 or f/2.8. The smaller the F-stop number (or f/value) the larger the lens opening (aperture). This means that when you're using aperture priority or large aperture values (a smaller f/value) your image sensor (ccd or cmos) will tend to receive more light or slightly overexpose itself. Most simple digital cameras, the point and shot ones, have a fixed aperture, the lens are fixed and that's set to a so believed "optimum" range in order to produce best pictures when using automatic settings. SLR or semi SLR digital camera's woun't achieve best performances when using them on automatic settings, they aren't designed in the same way as the simple camera's. These camera's will tend to either overexpose, or have lighting/colour problems or achieve blurry images when using automatic settings. Any SLR or semi SLR camera user will be required to understand the way photography (electronic photography) works in order to achieve the best performances with it's camera. For your example, I guess the shots have a blue tint on them when you're using natural sun light in your photos, or in room pictures are illuminated by natural sun light. This is the first sign of overexpure, and the best way to reduce it and it's efects is to manually set the aperture range. Note that higher values will reduce the light that passes to the sensor, so you will want to experiment a little with those in order to achieve the best performance. When you take photos in light environments, bright sunny days or in rooms that contain many white surfaces or walls (these reflect the light pretty much and can overexpose the camera even if it doesn't look that bright when you look at them with your own eyes) you may want to use larger aperture value in order to have little light come to the sensor. Look for the highest values in aperture (in your menu) for example F8 or F16. If the pictures come out to dark or miss some details, you may want to use larger apertures (smaller numbers). Try these tests in order to check if your camera's problem can be solved this way. If not please reply back and we will look on the hardware - firmware side of the problem. Regarding aperture a quick recap :) A large aperture allows more light to reach the sensor. It's good when taking portret pictures and also achieves that nice blurry background surrounding your main subject in the picture. It's defined by smaller numbers (for example F1.8 or F1.2 or smaller). A small aperture allows little light to reach the sensor. It's good to take pictures in bright sun light. It's defined by larger numers (for example F16 or F22 or larger). Hope this helps, Bogdan.

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