HDR is an abbreviation for High Dynamic Range, which has almost double the standard "color spaces" of Standard Dynamic Range. HDR produces darker blacks, whiter whites, and can show a greater range of greys between them, while also offering a wider spectrum of colors than SDR.
HDR video is about recreating image realism from camera through postproduction to distribution and display. Technically speaking, HDR video standards encompass more than just higher peak brightness and lower black levels.
Watch the video to learn how to take HDR videos with Autel Robotics EVO drones.