Sample video footage from our ZSL camera in a very difficult lighting condition. Conventional camera technology would adjust for the sun on the horizon and render the details in the foreground as dark silhouettes. Thanks to Ultra-Wide Dynamic Range technology, WatchGuard’s ZSL camera is able to simultaneously adjust for the bright sun and bring out all of the details in the low light areas, providing a perfectly exposed image that retains the full color depth. For more information on the ZSL camera, visit watchguardvideo.com/zsl
Difficult lighting conditions typically result in very poor video quality, but the WatchGuard ZSL High Definition in car police video camera has just changed the game. Featuring new ultra-wide dynamic range camera technology, poor quality from nighttime video is a thing of the past. For every frame of video, this camera takes two separate images (a dark exposure and a light exposure) and automatically blends the two images into a single video frame. The result is an ideally exposed picture that keeps bright areas from being over-exposed and keeps darker areas from turning black.
Here is a sample video clip from the ZSL camera on a beautiful day. ZSL stands for ZeroSightline because the camera is only the size of a credit card and tucks neatly in front of the officer's rear-view mirror, creating zero obstruction in the officer's line of sight. The ZSL is capable of shooting in HD, captures content using ultra-wide dynamic range technology, and is a part of the 4RE in-car video system made by WatchGuard Video. Find out more about the ZSL camera here: watchguardvideo.com/zsl