The glare doesn't only cone from the screen

Discussion in 'Clarity' started by JulianClarity, Mar 14, 2019.

  1. JulianClarity

    JulianClarity Active Member

    It is from the lens itself, I noticed this a few days ago, when I leaves work under the 5:30 sunlight.
     
  2. maguzma

    maguzma New Member

    I decided to purchase a screen/finger smudge protect and it reported glare too but it doesn't do any of it.
     
  3. JulianClarity

    JulianClarity Active Member

    Don't know if there's anti-glare coating for lenses on the market.
     
  4. JulianClarity

    JulianClarity Active Member

    When backing up under the morning or 5-6 o'clock sunlight, the camera is close to blind. This is the worst camera and screen combination I have ever had!!!
     
  5. vin seeram

    vin seeram Member

    Technically, there is a trade off to be made between overexposure in overlit conditions and underexposure in dimmer conditions. Have you tried the narrower angle, that might help?
     
  6. stacey burke

    stacey burke Member

    The dark screen is an easy fix. On the bottom left of the screen there is a moon/sun (brightness) button. After putting it in reverse press this icon it will make in "night vision" and very light and clear.
     
  7. JulianClarity

    JulianClarity Active Member

    It seems that the terrible glare was caused by my choice of the widest angle, I have set it to the medium angle, now it is OK to me. I really hope there could be an auto mode for the camera to set its exposure and angle, that actually shouldn't be difficult to implement.

    Thanks for everyone giving me advice!
     

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