Guest Column | December 3, 2013

WDR Is Everywhere Lately, But What Is Wide Dynamic Range?

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By Wendi Burke, Director of Marketing, IQinVision

The term Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) is used to describe the function of a camera designed to produce clearer, more actionable images and/or video in circumstances where back light and intense illumination can vary excessively, especially when both very bright and very dark areas are simultaneously present in the camera’s field-of-view. The wider the dynamic range, the better the camera’s sensor can accurately capture varying light intensities and then heighten the details visible within the area of view.

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