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The '''vertical field of view''' refers to how far it can look up and down without physically moving, similar to the way you can look up at a movie screen or a display of fireworks with your eyes without moving your head.  The vertical field of view for this camera is '''30 degrees'''. With the physical tilt of the camera the total vertical view becomes 75 degrees.
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The '''vertical field of view''' refers to how far it can look up and down without physically moving, similar to the way you can look up at a movie screen or a display of fireworks with your eyes without moving your head.  The vertical field of view for this camera is '''40 degrees'''. With the physical tilt of the camera the total vertical view becomes 110 degrees.
 
<div>Total Vertical View<br>http://graphics.x10.com/images20/vert_field.gif</div>
 
<div>Total Vertical View<br>http://graphics.x10.com/images20/vert_field.gif</div>
  
 
[[Video_Calling_System|Return to Video Calling System Main Menu]]
 
[[Video_Calling_System|Return to Video Calling System Main Menu]]

Revision as of 00:11, 28 September 2006

The vertical field of view refers to how far it can look up and down without physically moving, similar to the way you can look up at a movie screen or a display of fireworks with your eyes without moving your head. The vertical field of view for this camera is 40 degrees. With the physical tilt of the camera the total vertical view becomes 110 degrees.

Total Vertical View
vert_field.gif

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