Question about Cameras
Daytime picture is fine but at night I get a big white area in front of the camera. I am using camera to watch hedgehogs. I have put the Led firing lights down to Low.
Don't think O would not like to answer this one, but now I have to do some guessing. Is my guess wrong, perhaps the answer is worthless.
I guess you are using a game / spy camera, with infra red LED's. And because the camera is slightly pointed down, you see the light (your eyes can't see this) as a bundle going forward. I think you should choose another (lower) point and put the camera slightly up. Or like most of the time, to spot lagger animals in the dark the camera is somewhat higher and pointing straight forward.
It would make the camera very expensive when they had to make a correct reflector for a much wider bundle of IR light.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 24, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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