The iris works by limiting the amount of light that hits the image sensor. Too little light can make everything dark, and too much light can make the image overexposed or washed out .
The MinIris and MaxIris values could be configured when the camera is mounted and installed in specific lighting conditions . Therefore, it’s important to have an iris that’s specifically suited for your camera’s location.
The MinIris and MaxIris values cannot be read-out from the camera.
Two fields: MinIris and MaxIris are missing from the Exposure node from the GetImagingSettingsResponse SOAP document.
Follow this article and find out the solution.
DIVAR network 5000 / DIVAR hybrid 5000 support configuration of 3rd party cameras through the ONVIF Profile S protocol.
Let's suppose that y ou have ONVIF cameras connected to a DIVAR network 5000 / DIVAR hybrid 5000 on your site and you are using Bosch Video Management System (BVMS) Viewer.
Can BVMS Viewer monitor those cameras at the same time?
Depending on the license type you have installed in the Bosch Video Management System (BVMS), you can add a certain number and different types of cameras/ encoders. BVMS s upports 3 rd party cameras as well, but they need to be compliant to ONVIF Profile S.
This article explains how to add new ONVIF cameras to a system that runs in full Bosch Video Management System (BVMS) via the Configuration Client. We recommend using Bosch Workstations and Servers. They are fully tested and optimized for Bosch Video Management System.
PC/ Server/ Workstation