Supported by ...


COLOR cameras only.


Description


Saturation controls the intensity of the hues in the image.  The saturation control allows the hue to be changed from full mono to more than twice the normal.  If saturation is set to 100, it has no effect.  With saturation set to zero, the color camera behaves as a monochrome camera.


Selecting the correct saturation is a subjective choice based on what looks good in the displayed image.


API Control

PxLGetFeaturePxLSetFeature


FeatureNumber of ParamsParametersUnitsRestrictions 
FEATURE_SATURATION


Color Saturation


1
fValue
Percentage
N/A


Feature Flags



CameraPresenceRead OnlyAutoManualCiDOne-time AutoOff
All Cameras
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No


Parameters


CameraParameterUnitTypeMinMaxDefaultStep Size
PL-B742, PL-B681C
Saturation
Percentage
Relative
0.0
300.0
130.0
1.0
PL-B762
Saturation
Percentage
Relative
0.0
400.0
135.0
1.0
PL-B774, PL-B776, PL-B778, 
PL-B622C, PL-B623C, PL-B625C
Saturation
Percentage
Relative
0.0
400.0
150.0
1.0
PL-B782, PL-B686C
Saturation
Percentage
Relative
0.0
250.0
100.0
1.0
PL-B870C's, PL-B950's
Saturation
Percentage
Relative
0.0
400.0
100.0
1.0