standard dynamic range


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standard dynamic range

Refers to TV sets that do not employ the greater screen contrast provided by high dynamic range (HDR). Standard dynamic range (SDR) became a term after HDR began to flourish. See HDR.
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And when with standard dynamic range content, this set does a superb job, particularly with its black levels and shadow detail in dark scenes.
A film camera or a modern digital camera is capable of capturing a higher level of brightness (luminance) and a wider array of colours than the Standard Dynamic Range (SDR) content we more often see.
The AR0130CS compliments Aptina's portfolio of HD surveillance products, shown in Figure 1, which includes successful wide dynamic range (WDR) solutions like the AR0331SR (1080p/60fps) and the MT9M034 (720p/60fps), and the standard dynamic range AR0330CS (1080p/60fps).
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