how's the quality when the cam is facing through a window? daytime? nighttime?

asked on May 8, 2019


Daytime is perfect! Nightime if nightvision is activated, doesn’t work as there will be reflection of the night vision ray into the window, which makes the window become like a miror. So doesn’t work.

Also if your camera is far away from what you wan’t to film, then if you zoom in on the image , it will be very bad… see more
Daytime is perfect! Nightime if nightvision is activated, doesn’t work as there will be reflection of the night vision ray into the window, which makes the window become like a miror. So doesn’t work.

Also if your camera is far away from what you wan’t to film, then if you zoom in on the image , it will be very bad quality. If you want good quality you have to be near of the subject.

Example filming tour cars in driveway, and someone is looking around them , if you are trying to identify , image will be so bad that it become useless.

Hope this helps! see less
Daytime is perfect! Nightime if nightvision is activated, doesn’t work as there will be reflection of the night vision ray into the window, which makes the window become like a miror. So doesn’t work.

Also if your camera is far away from what you wan’t to film, then if you zoom in on the image , it will be very bad quality. If you want good quality you have to be near of the subject.

Example filming tour cars in driveway, and someone is looking around them , if you are trying to identify , image will be so bad that it become useless.

Hope this helps!

Marc Erick Loiselle
· May 9, 2019
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