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Must-Have Image Processing Features in Your Aviation Camera

Even if you’re a photography enthusiast, you might not know that a good doesn’t necessarily come cheap. It’s essential that you take the time to do some research beforehand, particularly if you’re buying an aviation camera for the first time.

To make things easy for you, we’ve done some research to help you out. For a purchase you won’t regret, check out the features discussed below and make sure that the camera you’re buying has all of them.

The cockpit of an airplane

Different Exposure Modes

Exposure modes control the three settings that can transform an image from an everyday photo to a stunning piece of art: aperture, ISO, and shutter speed.

By definition, an aviation camera is required to do its job as the aircraft moves at incredibly high speeds. And if picking the right exposure mode is important on land, it’s ten times more important in the air.

Lens Shading

The last thing you want from a cockpit camera is to take in excessive light, which can negatively impact the video it’s recording. This is where the lens shading feature will prove useful.

It safeguards the front element of the lens against excess light and ensures that the footage will remain sharp and visible. In an environment such as the inside of a cockpit, which is exposed to sunlight, the value of lens shading can’t be overstated.

Image Defogging Technology

If you’ve ever known the pain of a photo or video getting ruined due to hazy, foggy weather conditions, you’ll be glad to know that researchers all over the world are on the case.

Your camera might be able to record the best, most beautiful footage, but what good is that recording if it turns out useless? This is why any airplane camera system worth its salt needs to be equipped with image defogging technology to make sure bad weather won’t hinder its performance.

Digital Noise Reduction (DNR)

Planes don’t just fly at night, so cockpit video cameras needs to keep up with nighttime conditions such as low light without compromising on quality.

With the right DNR settings in place, even footage captured at night inside a dimly lit cockpit will turn out impeccable. This rightfully earns DNR a spot on the list of must-have features.

The TC-HCF-CAM camera by Techfury Video Systems

At Techfury Video Systems, we have 25 years of experience in creating high-quality video recorders and cameras for military as well as commercial applications. Our wide range of products includes the smallest military-grade 3G-SDI/HD-SDI camera available on the market.

In addition to HD aviation camera and airplane camera systems, we also offer military cameras and mini bullet cameras.

Contact us today and let our team of experts find the perfect aircraft camera for you!


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