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7 MISTAKES TO AVOID WHEN SETTING A CAMERA FIELD OF VIEW


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8 Things to Consider When Designing a Camera Perimeter
Webster’s would tell you that a camera’s field of view is the angle between two rays passing through the perspective center of a camera lens to the two opposite sides of the format. That sounds easy enough, but there are several mistakes that you should take care to avoid. This paper highlights some mistakes commonly experienced in the field, and hopefully can be used as a guide to avoid these types of issues in future deployments.


    Highlights:
  • Camera Layout Considerations
  • Why Rule of Thirds Does Not Apply
  • Single vs. Multiple Camera
  • Taking Into Account Lighting
  • Pixel Dilution
  • Camera Mission





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