This table shows how our results can be incorporated as a feature into commercial video cameras to reduce the effects of rain. The camera parameters given here are for the Canon XL1 video camera. The scene is described using coarse estimate of the scene properties – motion (image velocities), near distance, and its depth range. The words "far", "close" and "slow" that are used to describe the scene refer to actual numbers (please see the paper for details) and depends on camera focal length (zoom) and sensitivity. These scene properties can be manually set by the user or estimated automatically by the camera itself. Once the scene properties are determined, using a lookup table similar to this one, camera parameters can be set to reduce rain. The rows with X refer to cases where it is not possible to remove rain without affecting the scene appearance.