This page doesn’t cover all the usage notes, but comments on some commonly used interface views.
The biggest problem I had at times was hitting the wrong button while looking through the camera; wider spacing on the panel might help here.
Determining the field of view
The Epic Pro has the user align the screen top and bottom with a point of reference. This results in a field of view— a smart solution rather than trying to program in a number.
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