This is more an issue when someone uses default/auto settings like shutter AND is more an issue when a camera is going from infrared to color.I must have missed something in here guys:
I would expect a short time for the camera to adjust itself to the sudden change of lights during which, you'd get a bad image.
Isn't it the case?
That's one change I don't want to take place just when a visitor passes.
Detect a person > open the strong LEDs > bad image when the camera readjust to the light > the person is already gone. isn't it the case?
I have a floodlight that is on dim at night but with motion it goes on full power. With cameras off auto/default settings and dialed in to your situation, you do not get the blinding.