Historically, low light performance of megapixel cameras was terrible, with super slow shutter 'ghosting' a common tradeoff for brighter low light images.
But the introduction of 'super low light' image processing changed this, with drastic increases in camera low light performance not previously possible.
In this guide, we explain super low light covering:
- Enhancements in image processing / gain control
- Advanced digital noise reduction
- Expansion of cameras with larger imagers
- Introduction of professional photography sensors to security cameras
- Image quality relative to conventional cameras, integrated IR and thermal cameras