Canon VB-H41 User Manual (en)

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[Wide-angle]: Wide-angle limit of the view restriction. 
Click [Get value] to load the zoom 
ratio of the current camera angle.
(11)[Display in panorama screen] 
Apply the current view restriction settings to the 
panorama screen. At this point, the settings are not 
yet saved in the camera. Be sure to click [Save 
settings]. 
(12)[Restore settings] 
Clear the settings you have specified on the screen of 
the tool and restore the settings saved in the camera. 
(13)[Save settings] 
Save the set view restriction in the camera. 
After the view restriction has been set, be sure to save 
the settings in the camera by clicking [Save settings].
Setting View Restrictions
You can set view restrictions by entering values in the 
view restriction setting entry boxes, or by changing the 
current settings in the view restriction preview frame of the 
panorama screen or from the camera angle in the image 
display area. Select appropriate settings according to the 
environment in which the camera is operated or the 
purpose for which it is used.
„ Use the preview frame on the panorama 
image to set view restrictions.
When the telephoto/wide-angle preview frames are 
enlarged/shrunk, the aspect ratio remains the same. 
At this time, you can also enter view restrictions by 
entering values in the view restriction setting entry 
boxes. If you have adjusted the view restriction 
settings, click [Display in panorama screen]. The 
settings are reflected in the preview frame of the 
panorama screen. 
Confirm that the settings have been applied correctly, 
and then click [Save settings] to save the settings in 
the camera.
„ Setting by Loading Position Information from 
Image in Image Display Area
The loaded view restriction can be checked in the 
view restriction setting entry box or view restriction 
preview frame. 
The settings are saved in the camera. 
Note
• Even when view restrictions are set, an area outside the view 
restriction may still appear momentarily when the camera is 
controlled near the boundary of the view restriction. 
• To cancel the view restrictions, clear the [Apply the view 
restriction] checkbox and then click [Save settings].
• If the setting fields are cleared while the [Apply the view 
restriction] checkbox is selected, the maximum view restriction 
will be set.
• The controllable range and range that can be captured are as 
follows. 
1
Select the [Apply the view restriction] checkbox. 
2
Drag to change the [Pan/tilt preview frame (red 
frame)], [Telephoto preview frame (yellow frame)], or 
[Wide-angle preview frame (green frame)] shown on 
the panorama screen to set view restrictions.
3
Click [Save settings].
1
Select the [Apply the view restriction] checkbox. 
2
Click the [Obtain/Release Camera Control] button to 
obtain the control privileges of the camera. 
3
Operate the camera to adjust the top edge, bottom 
edge, left edge, right edge, telephoto, or wide angle to 
desired positions, and click [Get value] each time.
4
Click [Save settings].
Important
• If you have changed the camera mounting method, 
recapture the panorama image and register it again. 
• The panorama screen may be slightly different from the 
actual image. After view restrictions have been set, be sure 
to confirm with the VB Viewer that the view restrictions have 
been reflected correctly. 
• Confirm the settings using the VB Viewer. (View restrictions 
are not applied to the image display area of this tool, nor to 
the Admin Viewer.)
• If the image stabilizer or digital zoom setting has been 
changed, check the view restriction settings again.