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Limiting Fov

I was wondering if it is possible to limit the fov further, to improve placement/highlighting accuracy. Currently I see that it we get: 1280x720 (pixels) with a 45deg fov on the default mode. I was wondering if one can get 1280x720 with a 22.5 deg fov or not.

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  • Jarrod1937Jarrod1937 ✭✭✭ ✭✭✭

    Are you using unity? Obviously, the FOV is fixed on the actual hardware itself. However, the camera is Unity has a FOV adjustment you can make.

  • What I want is to be able to get 1408 (on the high camera settings) with a 45deg FOV instead of the 48deg, to improve resolution and be able to identify small objects.
    Doesnt really matter on the unity side, it is the actual camera that I would like to be able to configure.

  • Jarrod1937Jarrod1937 ✭✭✭ ✭✭✭
    edited April 2016

    I see, I'll let one of the admin answer, but I'd be surprised if the actual hardware is that configurable.

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