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Configure D80 Fisheye Mode

Learn how to configure Fisheye Mode for your Verkada camera

Updated over a week ago

This article focuses on the features for the D80 fisheye camera. See Fisheye Camera Features for a current list of fisheye camera models. For technical specifications (including power requirements, low-latency streaming, bandwidth, and so on), see Camera Feature Specifications or Verkada Docs.

The Verkada D80 camera has 2 fisheye modes:

  • 180 Panoramic—Provides a 180-degree panoramic view, which is best used when the camera is mounted on a wall or a vertical surface.

  • Four-way split—Splits the recorded into four sections for a 360-degree view, which is best used when the camera is mounted on a ceiling or a horizontal surface. 

To configure which mode you want the D80 to operate in:

  1. In Verkada Command, go to All Products > Cameras.

  2. Select the the D80 you want to edit.

  3. Go to Info.

  4. In the left column, click Fisheye Mode.

  5. Select the operating mode: 180° Panoramic or Four-Way Split.

  6. Click Save.

⚠️ Warning: The lens on the D80 camera is a fixed position lens. If you attempt to physically rotate the lens, it affects the image resulting is blurring. If this does happen, rotate it back to its original position.

Note: The D80 camera does not have any pan, tilt, or zoom functionality.

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