Backlight problems in security cameras

September 9, 2013 at 04:39:35
Specs: Windows 7
Hi all

I am a new member of this forum and I have little knowledge about video security technologies.
I have a Redleaf RLC-DF2022 IP camera, I am satisfied with its image quality, but I have a problem, my image from this camera in some situations have backlight and I want to omit it, how can i do that?

tnx a lot

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September 9, 2013 at 07:07:36
I don't know much about this stuff but if you mean that there is a light source behind the objects or area you wish to see that gives the image a washed out or generally too light an image I would try a polarizing lens. Now don't get too fancy here. You could pop a lens out of a cheap pair of polarizing sun glasses and hang that in front of the camera as a test and if it seems to do what you want then you could look into paying a little more for a non colored polarizing lens from a camera shop or optics place. A quick google search finds these starting at less than $10.

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September 14, 2013 at 05:27:31
why don't you play with WDR settings of your camera?
they are usually available in its web interface.
As of your specific Redleaf ip camera you can use this link, for specific instructions on how to do this:

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