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How to use OSD Menu
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ALC (Automatic Light Control)
①  If you press the SETUP switch with an ALC-
based sub menu selected, you will see the 
appropriate screen.
ALC
LEVEL [00]----I----
BACKLIGHT OFF
                    
The LEVEL menu is used to adjust the 
overall brightness, where “+” will increase the 
brightness and “–” will decrease it.
②  If you set the BACKLIGHT option to BLC, 
you will see a menu where you can set the 
BLC area.
you can set the desired BLC zone by defi ning 
the size and location.
ALC
LEVEL [00]----I----
BACKLIGHT BLC
 AREA 
USER
  <SIZE>
 
 
  <LOCATION>
 
                    
If you use an ordinary camera in a scene 
with an intensive backlight, the object will be 
displayed dark on the monitor affected by the 
backlight. To solve this problem, you can use 
the BLC(Back Light Compensation) function 
to improve the sharpness of the image in 
such a high contrast scene.
③  If you set the BACKLIGHT option to WDR, you will 
see a menu where you can set the WDR options.
You can adjust the shutter speed in WDR LEVEL 
and the brightness in WEIGHT.
You can also select any of OUTDOOR, and 
INDOOR in WHITE BAL.
ALC
LENS DC
LEVEL [ 
00]----I----
BACKLIGHT WDR
 WEIGHT 
MID
 WDR LEVEL  [ 0]----I----
 WHITE BAL 
INDOOR
                    
WDR(Wide Dynamic Range) extends the gain range of 
the screen that is mostly useful if you take a simultaneous 
picture of both indoor and outside of the window.
Namely, it improves the sharpness of the 
picture in outdoor scenery as well as indoor.
Note : 
If you use the VPS (Virtual Progressive Scan) function, the CCD 
reads differently so you can not use WDR simultaneously.
If you set VPS to ON, WDR will be automatically set to OFF.