Refers to vision involving the cones of the eye; used in reference to the adaptation of the eye to illuminance of more than 3.4 candelas per square meter, or one footlambert. See "Scotopic Vision".
normal vision in daylight; vision with sufficient illumination that the cones are active and hue is perceived
Vision under relatively high light levels when the visual response is primarily controlled by the cones.
Vision mediated by cones at normal levels of luminance. Cones allow color vision. See foveal vision.
Colour-sensitive vision mediated by cone receptors of retina. Requires higher levels of light than scotopic vision.
Photopic vision is the vision of the eye under well-lit conditions. In humans and many animals, photopic vision allows color perception, mediated by cone cells.