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Is the camera angle of the Ultra wider than Pro 2?

The ads shows that one of the highlight of the Ultra is the 180* camera angle. Is this wider than existing Pro 2? By how much

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Community Manager

Re: Is the camera angle of the Ultra wider than Pro 2?

Alô,

 

Yes. Arlo Pro 2 has a 130° field of view. Arlo Ultra, has an adjustable field of view, up to 180°.

 

For more information on this, take a look here: How wide is the viewing angle on my Arlo Ultra camera?

 

JamesC

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Community Manager

Re: Is the camera angle of the Ultra wider than Pro 2?

Alô,

 

Yes. Arlo Pro 2 has a 130° field of view. Arlo Ultra, has an adjustable field of view, up to 180°.

 

For more information on this, take a look here: How wide is the viewing angle on my Arlo Ultra camera?

 

JamesC

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Guru

Re: Is the camera angle of the Ultra wider than Pro 2?

The Pro2 is ;Field of view: 130°

 

The Ultra is 180 ( from specs listed ) with curve correction ( at sides )

 

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Re: Is the camera angle of the Ultra wider than Pro 2?

It says 180 but that should mean straight left to straight right. Mine is 160 at best.
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Master

Re: Is the camera angle of the Ultra wider than Pro 2?

 

It's 180-degrees diagonal.

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Guru

Re: Is the camera angle of the Ultra wider than Pro 2?

Virtually any marketing statement is based on the maximum measurement. TV screens aren't measured side to side, either, but always on a diagonal.

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