Difference between revisions of "Pan Movement Range"

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Our camera can pan 180 degrees from left to right. Just like you might look both ways before crossing the street, camera  can scan surrounding areas to pick up activity in its peripheral vision. It also has a horizontal field of view of 50 degrees. Add everything up for a total panning view of 230 degrees.
 
Our camera can pan 180 degrees from left to right. Just like you might look both ways before crossing the street, camera  can scan surrounding areas to pick up activity in its peripheral vision. It also has a horizontal field of view of 50 degrees. Add everything up for a total panning view of 230 degrees.

Revision as of 22:57, 20 September 2006

Total View
van_horiz150.jpg

Our camera can pan 180 degrees from left to right. Just like you might look both ways before crossing the street, camera can scan surrounding areas to pick up activity in its peripheral vision. It also has a horizontal field of view of 50 degrees. Add everything up for a total panning view of 230 degrees.