What is Electronic Image Stabilization? 2018-08-08T14:16:43+00:00

What is Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS)?

Effective minimization of vibration and shake

When a surveillance camera is erected in exposed area like a street or on a pole or close to a busy road, it can be shaken by wind or traffic which can blur the video.
In situations like this, Electronic image stabilization, one of the features of our network camera that improves the quality of videos when cameras are affected by vibrations, offers a comfortable smooth and live viewing.

Electronic image stabilization is designed to provide coverage of different frequencies, as well as bearing high and low varieties gives a clearer image (including scenes with movements).
When electronic image stabilization is activated, the vibration effect in video reduces and provides a smooth and steady image, even when it’s windy and vibrations should have an effect on the quality of the video.

Image stabilization also improves the operations of the camera along with providing more useable video, allows installation to be flexible reducing the size of a file, storage use and bandwidth storage use.

Electronic image stabilization. 

Substantially enhances video quality in situations where a camera is subject to vibrations.

Image stabilization is necessary, when and why?

The importance of image stabilization cannot be overlooked particularly for those cameras mounted outside or put in areas of exposure where it is prone to extreme and frequent movements. If a camera is exposed to such motion, images captured are blurry which renders them useless, an example is when attempting to see details like a person’s face or license plate number of a car.
However, the bigger the camera quality, in terms of powerful zoom and high resolution, the more significant the blur of the image will be to the viewer- the motion of the camera increases the quantity of zoom used.

The only solution to aid camera movement is to ensure that the camera is mounted with a consistent and a powerful mount. Though, as the image gets lighter and smaller, it becomes aware of movements in its surrounding that eventually affects the quality of captured images.
It is of significance to prevail over this problem to assure your ability get higher and dependable image quality all times.

The conclusion

A surveillance camera placed outside the home should have image stabilization mostly for those mounted in a position where vibrations, the wind and other elements may disturb it. Image stabilization does not only improve the quality of an image but it also makes it easier to mount your camera at any position of your choice. Furthermore, the image stabilization feature will minimize the use of storage space and end users bandwidth because unnecessary bluish footages will be less.

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