Blog — wide dynamic range
Posted by Camille Chiu on
WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) refers the ability of the camera to handle very wide light ranges. It is usually exhibited when people are in front of a large window where it is a very bright outside. If you want to see both the person's features as well as the very bright scene behind them, you need a camera that provides WDR. WDR is usually provided by taking multiple pictures at different gain settings and then averaging the result into one composite picture.