Low light technology
Ultra STARLUX technology
See-through the 0.1lux darkness in full Color/ ‘0’lux in BW IR
The Ultra-Starlux camera comprises of an ultra-sensitive Stavis sensor, high-end ISP, and Visionhitech’s advanced video tuning technologies.
The technology allows the camera to conduct low light performance by 50% higher than the STAVIS camera and to capture live color video in as low as 0.1 lux darkness. At below 0.1lux, the camera turns to True DN mode that displays B/W image with the IR illumination on automatic.
The lux value of the 0.1 may refer to the darkness level of the mid-night after the sunset. At this range, the human eye loses its sensitivity to recognize the scene.
Ultra-Starlux technology enhances the colorful images taken into the camera more vivid and bright so that the details of objects that were indiscernible with the naked eye or with B/W IR mode be distinctly identifiable.
Normal cam at 1.0 lux
Normal cam at 0.5 lux
Normal cam at 0.1 lux
U-Starlux cam at 1.0 lux
U-Starlux cam at 0.5 lux
U-Starlux cam at 0.1 lux
See-through the 0.2lux darkness in full Color/ ‘0’lux in BW IR
The technology improves the low light performance by 50% higher than the usual camera and to capture live color video in as low as 0.2 lux darkness. At below 0.2lux, the camera turns to True DN mode that displays B/W image with the IR illumination on automatic.
The lux value of the 0.2 may refer to the darkness level of a few hours later after the sunset. At this range, the human eye may recognize the scene in color. But for conventional cameras with a lack of low light sensitivity, it is the level that the camera cannot sense the colorful details at all, thus requiring an IR illumination even in a day.
The Starlux camera captures vivid colorful image for a longer period of time in a day while turning on B/W IR image only for a short period of the time at night.
The improvement of low light performance in color mode dramatically enhances the ability to acquire forensic evidence in dim light environments.
At below 0.2 lux, the image turns to B/W with IR on helping the camera to see through the total darkness.