How does the Veo Camera perform in different weather conditions?



In this article, you will find information about recording with your Veo Cam in different weather conditions.


The Veo Cam is a compact and durable camera designed to perform in all weather conditions. So whether you’re recording a match in the middle of a downpour or capturing training sessions in the snow, you can rest assured that Veo Cam 2 will detect the ball and deliver high-quality footage.


Record during sunny days

The cooling system keeps the Veo Cam cool, so you can keep recording up to 38 degrees Celsius. To avoid glare, make sure to place the camera with the sun in the back.


Record in the rain

The Veo Cam has an IP rating of IP54, which means that it is water-resistant and not waterproof, so it can handle light rain without jeopardizing the quality of your recordings.

However, if you are recording in heavier downpours, you may want to wipe the lenses down at halftime with a dry cloth to ensure optimal recording quality.

If you are recording with a Veo Cam 1, make sure the rubber covers are securely closed.


Record in the snow

We recommend monitoring the lenses to make sure they are clean during the match.

If you are recording with a Veo Cam 1, make sure the rubber covers are securely closed.

Use a colored ball so it's easy to see where it is against the snow.


Record at night

With Veo, you can easily record clear videos with artificial light. The image sensor automatically adjusts to the light levels so that you can get great recordings, even at nighttime.


On this link, you can watch sample videos of the different weather conditions:

How Veo works in different weather conditions

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