FOV


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FOV

Abbreviation for field of view.
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Digital FOV, LLC is a Georgia based start-up that manufacturers Digital Crosshair, a rifle scope clip on that converts a standard scope into a day or IR night vision scope.
In addition, it had not been possible to a cover a wide FOV that would enable the monitoring of a complete intersection.
Although the ability to capture more pictures does not necessarily make a camera better, such models may be ideal for use along game trails where subjects are quickly entering and exiting the camera's FOV.
Motivated by that kind understanding, Vines created FOV to foster a supportive connection between all families in similar situations needing encouragement, consideration and knowledge.
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With the introduction of larger FOV options, in-printer inspection becomes a true option.
With the 20 to 60x eyepiece the image is bright, FOV is good (31m at 1000m on 20x and 16m at 1000m on 60x), and the resolution is very good from the center of the image all the way to the edges.
Despite their alarming tone, however, FOV officials did state there was a very small chance of contracting Mad Cow Disease through the contaminated flour.
The higher response non-uniformities and the different shapes of the measured areas indicated that either the FOV was smaller and non-symmetrical or the reproducibility of the photodiode device to device positioning was poor.
When the pinhole lens front element is set back from the barrier surface, the lens is, in effect, viewing through a tunnel, and the image has a narrower FOV than the lens can produce.
The enhanced FOV decreases the number of surveillance cameras needed and boosts resolution for a given coverage area.
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