Making overexposure work for you part I
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Making overexposure work for you part I

Overexposure is the effect when optical sensor reaches saturation and from that point on, only the maximum pixel value (usually 255) is shown. Overexposed objects can cause a lot of headaches in image processing, but there are ways in which it can be made useful.

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Color vs. mono camera
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Color vs. mono camera

Considering that prices for mono and color cameras are identical for some manufacturers, does it still make sense to even consider buying a mono camera for your application? If you are just googling for a quick solution, the answer is yes. As to why, keep on reading.

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