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How to change camera FOV in Revit?

A - answer Since Revit 2009 you can change field-of-view of Revit cameras directly, not only by changing the crop region. You can specify the camera lens FOV graphically, there is no numerical input (parameter).

Display the SteeringWheel in a 3D view by pressing F8 (or Shift+W). In its context menu (bottom-right triangle) click on the option "Adjust focal length". By moving your mouse then adjust the field of view (lens angle) for the current camera.

Camera FOV


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23.8.2012    19305×  
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applies to: Revit 2013 · Revit 2009 ·

See also:
Tip 9965:How to create a 360° spherical panorama of your CAD model?
Tip 9055:Choosing a 3D view type in Revit - perspective, orthographic
Tip 8597:Flashing, patchy appearance of Revit 3D models in Showcase.
Tip 7319:3ds Max import - AutoCAD Drawing vs. Legacy AutoCAD - the differences.
Tip 5317:Variable eye height in a Revit 3D walkthrough.

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