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18 – DIGITAL COLOR DOME CAMERA
How to use OSD Menu
AGC  
[OFF, VERY LOW, LOW, MID, HIGH, VERY 
HIGH, USER, FIX]
The AGC (Auto Gain Control) menu is used to 
set the AGC level of the camera. When the AGC 
is active, the camera automatically increases the 
sensitivity by amplifying the Video signal when 
the strength of the signal falls below the normal 
value.
If OFF or FIX mode is selected in the SENS-UP 
menu, you can specify the AGC level.
If you press the SETUP switch with a USER 
sub menu selected, you will see the appropriate 
screen.
AGC USER
LEVEL [16]
                    
In USER mode, you can break down the level in 
16 steps from VERY LOW to VERY HIGH to your 
preference.
AGC FIX
LEVEL [01]
                    
If you press the SETUP switch with a FIX sub 
menu selected, you will see the appropriate screen.
As a fi xed value of the AGC gain is used in FIX 
mode, you can select one of the 16 detailed levels 
from VERY LOW to VERY HIGH before fi xing it.
FIX mode is not available if you set the 
BACKLIGHT function to WDR.
Note : 
If the DAY/NIGHT menu of the CAMERA SET is set to 
AUTO, the AGC menu will be deactivated.
If FLICKERLESS is set to ON, the AGC FIX mode will be disabled.
MOTION 
[S.SLOW, SLOW, NORM, FAST, F.FAST]
The MOTION menu is used to adjust the strength 
of the AGC level for a control of the camera motion. 
This is available only if the SENS-UP menu is set 
to AUTO.
You can select one from S.SLOW, SLOW, NORM, 
FAST and F.FAST for the AGC level.
If you monitor a fast moving object in a low contrast 
scene, select F.FAST while select S.SLOW for a 
hardly moving object in the same lighting condition.