If you are using NI's Vision Acquisition Software to capture objects in motion, you need the right configuration of the three attributes of your camera: Exposure time, Aperture, and ISO. Or else, the captured images can be blurry, unclear, or dark.
In order to fix this issue and avoid having blurry images, you should modify the camera configuration, and in particular, decrease the "Exposure time".Decreasing the The Exposure time will reduce the period when the shutter is open on the camera, so the motion will not be noticed. Decreasing the "exposure time" too much may prevent light from entering to the camera lens, and the brightness of the photo will be very low and the images will come out unclear.
Aperture refers to the opening of a lens's diaphragm through which light passes.
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