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  1. Krisztian Gulyas

    Fov

    By default the FOV is 45 in the perspective view. When I change it to 60 and switch to ortographic view and back to perspective, the FOV is 45 again. I saved a Maxstart file with 60, and its 60 until i switch to ortographic. How can I change it, so it will be always 60? Thank you
  2. What do you think about a field of view of a 100 degree? Im making a small room but i have to show everything so would it be a good choice to use a 100 or 110 degree FOV or can you tell another way how could i show everything on a single picture because this way it will look a bit strange in my opinion?
  3. Hi, I have been in this industry for a few years. but never find a camera FOV that is standard. anybody knows any rules concerning this issue? Thats it for today. hope to get your thoughts soon. Thanks A
  4. Hi everybody A question about Vray / Physical camera: according to the theory, the FOV (Field of View) is determined by the ratio "film gate" / "focal length". However I have noticed that if both "film gate" and "focal length" are multiplied with the same coefficient, while all the other parameters of the physical camera remain intact, FOV is affected. Specifically FOV narrows as the coefficient is increased. Does anybody know the mathematical relation among "film gate", "focal length" and FOV?
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