setAperture

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Description

Description:
Sets custom eye accommodation camera aperture (-1 to do it automatically).
If HDR is enabled (it is enabled by default), when setAperture value is used it also forces setApertureNew to the following values: [value, value, value, 1]. Execute setApertureNew after setAperture to override this default mechanic.
The aperture is set to default by the engine at the mission start. If you set it before the mission started it will reset like it never happened. Make sure you set it at the right time (see example 2)

Syntax

Syntax:
setAperture aperture
Parameters:
aperture: Number
Return Value:
Nothing

Examples

Example 1:
setAperture 0.3;
Example 2:
[] spawn { waitUntil { time > 0.1 }; setAperture 100 };

Additional Information

See also:
setApertureNew apertureParams
Groups:
Camera Control

Notes

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Namikaze
The aperture value to simulate typical daylight (outdoor) conditions is 50. The aperture value to simulate typical daylight (indoor) conditions is 30. Setting the value to less than 20 will result in a very bright scene, suitable for night conditions. The closer the number is to 0, the more light will be let into the lens, to carry on the aperture metaphor. Different lighting/weather conditions can change the actual indoor and outdoor aperture values. Experiment and test to be sure.