Are you wondering what the views and angles will be on the camera image?
Are you wondering how many cameras you might need?
Are you wondering how much coverage you get from a camera?
You have come to the right place.
Our standard cameras use a 1/3 lens with a 3.6mm magnification. So, a 10X20 foaling stall can be viewed pretty good with the standard camera. You will get a slight blind spot directly below the camera.
A large 20×40 area can also be covered quite well. The standard camera can see up to about 60ft at night utilizing its infrared night vision.
We have different types of cameras with differrent camera views and angles. The two main wide screen lenses are 3.6mm and 2.8mm. The lower the mm rating the wider the view. 3.6mm is just under 90 degrees of viewing angle. 2.8mm would give a view of around 100 degrees. So if you installed the camera in the corner, a 2.8mm lens camera will be able to see both walls on either side of the camera.
There are also varifocal lens cameras which allow you to manually adjust the field of view. The standard and most popular is 2.8-12mm.
Camera Views and Angles
View of the barn entrance and the stalls.
Indoor view of foaling barn
As you can see our standard camera’s view is quite wide so you get good coverage. Whether you have a 10X10 stall, a 20X20 or larger area the standard camera will cover it well.