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For a long time, I could not figure out what that green reflection was on the traffic cam at night, nor could I get rid of it, until recently. I was talking to a friend of mine, and something so simple hit us, it was the light on the camera causing the green glow! I was dumbfounded, but could not fix it right away as I was interstate. I finally tried it tonight and lo and behold, the camera light was the culprit.

This was the green glow/reflection on night time captures:
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After the 'fix', the glow is no more!
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Looking closely at the camera, I should have noticed it from the beginning. The light is the same shape as the green glow on the image captures.
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...and this is the fix, just some gaffer tape over the light. I had to put on multiple layers to get rid of all of the glow, one layer still had a bit of green showing through.
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-i

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