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since the subject of license plates has come up a number of times and I had time to play with I went out and tried a number of angles on my car that was about 12 feet away and though I could make them out just barely when zooming in, they sure didn't look as advertised. So next I went from super wide to wide and what a difference, zoomed in on crystal clear numbers. Problem is, 180 is why I chose Arlo. Curious if anyone else has tried this and their thoughts, does super wide degrade the pic that much ?
Thank you StephenB that would explain it, even on a printer it's all about pixels. Marketing wise though, when you see 4K and a pic of crystal clear plates you don't think, unless I use superwide mode. lol But most do it, you don't see a TV in the store that's not hooked up to a 4K source even though most at home sources aren't.
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