Reading Under Light
You can scan paper with the camera in any environment. No need to specifically illuminate the paper
- If you are going to scan in night conditions or in a dark environment, you should keep the paper away from the light source.
- if you expose the paper directly to light reflections may occur on the pencil-encoded boxes
- Areas indicated by a red arrow appear white due to reflection. Because these fields are white, they will be unreadable and will be considered blank
- There are no reflections in the photograph of the same paper taken away from the light source. All encoded fields will be read without problems