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How to adjust exposure to outdoor light on my webcam It is impossible to use webcam outdoors. Too much light.

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  • arlenecruise Nov 16, 2009

    But we have web cams all Colorado with the pic posted on Pinecam.com. How do they do it. There must be some way.

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I don't think you will have good quality outdoors. You won't be able to
see things clearely. Also exposing the camera to the outdoors may damage the lens.

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