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Cameras cannot see the range of lighting contrast that the eye can, but I was wondering if the eye has limitations too?? For instance, not being able to see nightime surroundings from a lit porch, or from inside a lit car? Or vice-versa looking into a deep and dark garage from the street in broad daylight the garage looks darker than it actually is until one approaches it up close and then notices more accurately that the garage isn't as dark as it looked previously?? What is happening in these situations?? Similar to the camera in not being able to handle a contrast of light and dark lighting??
Re: How come it hard to drive with an interior car light on??
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