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There is an error in the IPVM listing for the Interlogix TVF-310x series cameras where they are listed as 180 degree cameras rather than 360. This is reflected on the map with the wrong FOV. I had to put in an Axis 360 on the map to get the correct fov but that means the camera model listed in the exported report is wrong now.
I am plotting a new project on Camera Calculator V3 but cannot see any blind spot calculation for the Hikvision DS2CD6924FIS 180° camera? The statement onscreen is 'HFoV must be lower than 180 to enable blindspot preview' - is this a camera issue or a software issue? Could really do with this information wrt blind spot at 'x'm mounting height? In advance many thanks.
This due to the combination of that camera's specifications and how the Calculator works. With that camera's 86.7 degree Vertical Field of View, unless the camera is specifically pointed with an uptilt, there would be no blind spot.
However, it is still an issue with how we model those types of cameras. We are updating multi-imager support and will take a look at how we can improve these types of cameras.
Thats because the resolution on the overhead image is too low. At the bottom left of the screen switch from satellite to blank. When its blank you only see the drawing, but you can get close up. When you have added in your cameras you can pull back and flip the satellite button again.
Hi There, any chance of making the zoom in/out more graduated? I.e. x2, x3, x4 etc.? Whilst it's a great feature, you can end up too close or too far away with just a single click of the '+' or'-'. Many thanks.