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Jim Smith

iPhone app that shows camera/lens field of view

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There's a nice feature in Stellarium on WIndows that allows you to enter your camera sensor size and lens focal length. You can then choose to see the field-of-view rectangle on the main display. Does anybody know of an iPhone app that does the same thing. I have Sky Safari 6 but I don't think it has this feature.

Thanks in advance!

Jim

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There is something similar in Sky Safari 6.

Go to Observe/Equipment and add your camera & telescope or lens.

Then in  Observe/Scope Display add a FOV indicator from the combination you want.

Then tick the FOV indicator you have created to display it .

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...and now I see how to do it in Sky Safari 6! Sorry!

 

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