By registering settings as presets, such as camera angles, camera settings (e.g. exposure) and Day/Night Mode switching,
the presets can be easily called up by Viewers to apply the settings.
In addition to immediate execution of registered camera angles and the camera settings such as exposure when
operating the viewer, you can use presets as follows.
Execute the presets duri ng switches between Day Mode and Night Mode (P. 199).
Automatically cycle through multiple presets at a set time and in a predetermined sequence. (Preset Tour) (P. 134)
When using the Intelligent Function, lock the monitoring position at a preset camera angle (P. 175).
Registering a Preset
The camera angle and camera settings can be registered as a preset.
The number of presets you can register are as follows.
Maximum 257 presets (including the home position).
Maximum 65 presets (including the home position).
Maximum 21 presets (including the home position).
[Camera] > [Preset]
It is strongly recommended you register as presets, the positions Intelligent Function will use for the camera.
If you use a preset registered with the digital zoom, the camera position at registration may not be able to be reproduced wit h a high
degree of accuracy. Therefore, it is recommended that you use a preset registered in the optical zoom area for the preset tour and
Reconfigure the presets if you change the [Camera] > [Camera] > [Installation Conditions] > [Image Flip] (P. 111) settings on the
Reconfigure the presets if you change [Video] > [All Videos] > [Video Size Set] (P. 104) settings in the Setting Page.
If you change the settings in [Camera] > [Camera Control] > [Image Stabilizer] in the Setting Page (P. 108), the angle of view when
using the camera will not match the angle of view when you config ured presets. If you change [Image Stabilizer] settings, recheck the
The following settings can be configured here.