High resolution surveillance cameras have a wide range of applications, such as airport surveillance, event monitoring and traffic safety. Circumstances in traffic can create quite a challenging environment for capturing high quality footage. The combination of high speed, possible dark areas at night and high resolution requirements for license plate recognition demand extremely light-sensitive camera systems. In practice, motion blur is one of the most common types of image degradations. At highway speeds, the exposure time can be no longer than a few milliseconds in order to “freeze” motion. In darker circumstances this will yield a very poor Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR). Up until now, cameras have been equipped with more sensitive sensors, large aperture lenses and an external flash in order to get a higher SNR. However, these approaches are costly and there are physical limits to sensor and lens performance.