What Is Starlight Technology? How Does It Work?
07.28.2022 | VECLESUS® Rear View Safety | Rear view safety industry news

What Is Starlight Technology? How Does It Work?

With the rising demand of driving security, starlight technology is becoming increasingly popular in the backup cameras today. Veclesus cameras also come with starlight technology for coloured and detailed images of focussed objects even in low light conditions.

The sensors of starlight cameras make photography in extremely low-light possible by increasing the light sensitivity up to 2000mV or more per 1µm2. Starlight cameras slow down the cameras’ electronic shutter speed to capture more light in order to record in colour. It involves both hardware and software to work together to render impeccable picture quality in challenging light conditions. Both special sensor and special algorithms work hand in hand to product coloured images in low light conditions.

The starlight cameras are easy to install and equipped with video analytics to enrich performance and data management including digital noise reduction, intelligent video analytics, remote access, etc. It provides high definition coloured images in the dark, which is a result of starlight technology combined with the intelligent auto exposure. This enables the camera to adapt to the low light conditions and produce images which comparatively clearer as compared to the conventional cameras.

Starlight camera will provide both black and white and coloured night vision depending upon the lighting conditions. If it is too dark, it will render black and white images. Since the sensors of the Starlight cameras are more sensitive, they provide better image output than any average security camera. Such as Veclesus baby car monitor, in order to achieve the night vision color effect, our camera is designed for starlight night vision, that is, in the case of no light or very weak light, we need to use the reading lights in the rear seat area to provide a colourful picture.