Hikvision ColorVu + 4K (DS-2CD2087G2-L)

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Your min and max are reversed (unless it is bad translation where ever that camera came from)

0.10 ms is equal to 1/10,000s shutter speed (decent speed)
80ms is equal to 1/12.5s shutter speed (really slow)

I think the .10 and 80 should be switched.

BUT, to capture plates, the shutter cannot be changing speeds, so put in 0.5 min and 0.5 max so that the shutter doesn't change.

More IR always helps.
 

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Your min and max are reversed (unless it is bad translation where ever that camera came from)

0.10 ms is equal to 1/10,000s shutter speed (decent speed)
80ms is equal to 1/12.5s shutter speed (really slow)

I think the .10 and 80 should be switched.

BUT, to capture plates, the shutter cannot be changing speeds, so put in 0.5 min and 0.5 max so that the shutter doesn't change.

More IR always helps.
it is minimum time 1/10000, maximum time 1/12.5 which is correct?
i'll try with constant speed and see how it goes. Might put one camera for license plates, one for just surveillance footage as they seems to be mutually exclusive. If i can work the besder to do it, this is a 20$ camera or such so no big loss.
 

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Depends on how the camera interprets it - usually min time is the smaller (slower shutter speed), which would be 1/12.5
 
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