Course description:

This online course covers image quality based on resolution and sensor characteristics. We’ll cover topics like optimal frame rates, how to get enough light to the sensor while avoiding the drawbacks of slow shutter speed, and where to place cameras for usable images from both sunny areas and shadows.

Practical information:

Format: Online
Length: 15 minutes
Price: Free of charge
Language: Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), English, Japanese, Korean, Brazilian Portuguese, Spanish

Course outline:

1. Conditions that affect image quality – resolution, sensors, frame rate, etc.

2. Camera placement for getting usable images

3. Conditions in different environments, such as sunny areas and shadows

Course objectives:

After completing the course, participants will:

  • Be familiar with the factors that affect image quality, including resolution, frame rate, shutter speed, and dynamic range
  • Understand how to place cameras in relation to field of view and object angle
  • Be able to handle conditions in different environments

Who should attend:

Anyone interested in image quality from a surveillance point of view.

Prerequisites:

None.