We have 3, give 'em a $1 catnip toy and a cardboard box and they're good for the day.
Two other low-tech methods...
1- Keep the camera in B&W Day and Night
2- Set schedule (Day/Night) to switch from color to B&W 1 hour before...
Unless I’m reading it wrong, those are the same Minimum Illumination specs as the 8232, which is king of the hill....well under $300 anyway
Well Im glad they got the solar energy controller thing worked out :rolleyes:
#3 appears to be a swing and a miss however..
Don't get your hopes up too much ;)
Motion playback is still fubar'd, and I still get random cameras when I open it
Acts like a dome with bad IR reflection at the top of the image.... or is that just a really dirty lens?
Regardless @SouthernYankee is right....
Glad to hear it’s working for you. I’d play with the angle and pick a spot about 60-80ft away and see how things work with the better angle.
The newer 4K's seem to do ok, you can always add extra IR if needed for night. But I dont think you'll do better than the 2MP Starlights for now..
I'm not gonna plan for the BG to turn on lights..any BG worth his salt is going to operate in low light as to not draw attention..
Try Playback of motion events...
As that is a specification/feature called out for that and other Uniview cameras, I think they're referring to the glass that covers the IR LED's...
Release 4.41 updated today, still broken.
Hell, even Microsoft usually gets it right on the 3rd try...
Hmm, I wonder if a certain exposure setting negates the use of WDR?
Not sure, but fyi -WDR at night just creates motion blur. Even if you're running color at night, I'd recommend not using WDR.
Most here will advise that for best night vision, you go with the 2MP Dahua Starlights and/or HiK Darkfighter's.
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