Kitani further said that the BallCam system uses a single camera with a narrow field of view to generate a dynamic, wide-angle video of the field.
What does NFOV stand for?
NFOV stands for Narrow Field Of View
This definition appears frequently
We have 2 other meanings of NFOV in our Acronym Attic
- National Foundation on Restoring Credit (Atlanta, GA)
- Narodowa Fundacja Ochrony Srodowiska (Polish: National Foundation for Environmental Protection)
- Near-Field Optical Spectroscopy (physics)
- Network Field Operations Support
- New Forest Owl Sanctuary (UK)
- Niagara Frontier Orchid Society (Buffalo, NY)
- Noosa Festival of Surfing (Australia)
- News From Out There (newsletter)
- Normal Fuel Oil Tank
- National Federation of the Blind
- Narrow Field of View Radiometer
- Niezalezne Forum O Wojsku (Polish: National Forum for the Army)
- NAVAIR Fiber Optics Working Group
- Narodowego Funduszu Ochrony Zdrowia (Polish: National Health Fund; Poland)
- Nadeem Farooq Paracha (Pakistani journalist)
- National Federation Party (Fiji)
- National Financial Partners Corp.
- National Fire Plan (US Department of the Interior)
- National Focal Point
- National Foreclosure Professionals
Samples in periodicals archive:
Glassing at a mile, narrow field of view is minor, but at 100 yards it's huge.
They have precision, narrow field of view continuously focusable optics with through-the-lens sighting for accurate sample point selection.
It's a perception caused by the narrow field of view afforded by television,' he said.
The proposed observation would pose a challenge to Hubble because the orbiting telescope has an extremely narrow field of view.
The SWD goggle has a relatively narrow field of view and a small interior volume that affords minimal room for eyeglass frames.
Some fairly sophisticated optics and computing are necessary to estimate the position of the iris - after all we're not all the same size - before a high-magnification narrow field of view camera can image the iris.