EDR – Extended Dynamic Range

Extended Dynamic Range (EDR) is designed to capture images with greater contrast and detail.

With EDR, images are captured at various exposure levels and combined, resulting in an single image that reveals more details than any of the individual source images.

For surfaces with large variation in brightness, EDR can produce more neutral image(s) of a surface with a single click. EDR captures images at 3 different exposure levels (standard, underexposed and overexposed) and stacks them into a clear single image automatically. EDR images can be stored and viewed in the DinoCapture software.

*EDR is only available with EDR/EDOF Dino-Lite models and while using DinoCapture 3.0 or 2.0 for Windows

Application of EDR

EDR used for a more balance

Instead of the light working against the result, EDR automatically captures and combines for the best result.

Circuit board with a normal image (left) and EDR (right)

Layers of exposure combined

Creating a final image with more balance can be helpful to see everything in one image

Electronics part normal image (left) EDR (right)

Reflections can be helped

Light is necessary to shine on lower parts and bring out details but can also wash out due to reflections, EDR can help that.

Watch with normal image (left) and EDR (right)

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