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CMS-XML Operating the Camera in Mobile Camera Viewer
( iii ) Enhanced digital zoom range ... Camera settings, such as the camera angle or exposure, are changed to presets registered in advance . ... Camera settings, such as the camera angle or exposure, are returned to the home position registered in advance . ... Camera settings, such as the camera angle or exposure, are changed to presets registered in advance . ... Camera settings, such as the camera angle or exposure, are returned to the home position registered in advance . ... ‚óŹ The recorded video cannot be viewed in Mobile Camera Viewer. ... ( iii ) Pan/Tilt control button
CMS-XML Reset the ID correctly or cancel ID mode operation. VC-C50i & VC-C50iR
Resetting the ID correctly or cancelling ID mode operation VC-C50i / VC-C50iR When multiple VC- C 50i/VC- C 50iR cameras are connected and installed, all the cameras in range of the wireless controller simultaneously perform the operations specified. In this situation, the cameras can be operated individually by assigning separate ID numbers to each camera beforehand and then specifying the desired ID number from the wireless controller. This is referred to as ID mode operation.
CMS-XML Adjust the focus manually or press the <AF> button on the wireless controller VC-C50i / VC-C50iR
If a preset position is restored when the camera is in manual focus mode, the camera may be out of focus once it has moved to the preset position. Adjust the focus manually or press the button on the wireless controller to switch to auto-focus.
CMS-XML Operable range of the wireless controller WL-V5 for the VC-C50i and VC-C50iR
Operable range of the wireless controller WL-V5 for the VC-C50i and VC-C50iR Use the wireless controller within the range described below, facing it toward the sensor for the wireless controller. The operable range of the wireless controller varies depending on the amount of charge remaining in the batteries and interference from other objects.
CMS-XML Controlling the VC-C50i or VC-C50iR with the WL-V5 Wireless Controller
Controlling the VC-C50i or VC-C50iR with the WL-V5 Wireless Controller Contents: What the Buttons on the Wireless Controller do Changing the Camera Head Angle (pan/tilt/home position)
CMS-XML Operable Range of the Wireless Controller WL-V5 When Used with a VC-C50i / VC-C50iR
Operable Range of the Wireless Controller WL-V5 When Used with a VC-C50i / VC-C50iR Use the wireless controller within the range described below, facing it toward the sensor for the wireless controller. The operable range of the wireless controller varies depending on the amount of charge remaining in the batteries and interference from other objects.
CMS-XML Changing the camera head angle (pan / tilt / zoom) VC-C50i and VC-C50iR
Changing the camera head angle (pan / tilt / zoom) VC-C50i and VC-C50iR Press the and buttons on the wireless remote.
CMS-XML Adjusting the focus manually VC-C50i / VC-C50iR
To fix the focus: Press the button on the wireless controller. - This switches auto-focus off and fixes the focus.
CMS-XML How do I Access the Setting Menu in the VB-C60 software
If a pop-up blocker appears when you attempt to view " Help " of each setting item or when you attempt to open "View Log Events" or "View Current Settings" in the "Maintenance" page, follow the instructions of the information bar to disable the pop-up blocker. Access the Setting Menu To configure each setting, first you need to access to the camera via a web browser.
CMS-XML Here is a list of adjustments can be made on the Setting Title Page for the VB-C300
A red mark indicates a setting item which requires rebooting the camera to make the new setting to take effect. Detail information of each setting is available by clicking " HELP " on the Settings pages. You can perform the following settings on the System and Network page.
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