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Dynamic Video Noise

Dynamic Video Noise refers to noise in a picture that continually changes, like “snow”, usually a result of low signal or illumination, or “herringbone” interference usually caused by a stray radio frequency signal. It is easily removed from video of still subjects by averaging pixel values over a series of frames.

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Video Frame Averager, Video Frame Grabber, Video Freeze Frame - 448 Series
Dynamic Video Noise Reduction System 449 Series

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