You issue the xStatus Camera command on a Cisco SX20 and receive the following output:
Which of the following statements is true?
The SX20 has the best possible camera installed.
The camera is pointed up.
The camera is pointed to the left.
The image can be flipped horizontally.
The camera is configured to auto focus.
The camera is pointed upward. The Position Tilt value indicates whether the camera is pointed upward or
downward. If the value is negative, the camera is tilted downward; if the value is positive, the camera is tilted
The xStatus Camera command can be used to display status information about a camera. The same
information can be obtained from the web interface by navigating to Configuration > System Status > Camera.
The Position Pan value indicates whether the camera is pointed to the left or to the right. If the value is
negative, the camera is pointed to the left; if the value is positive, the camera is pointed to the right. In this
scenario, the value is 334, so the camera is pointed to the right.
The Flip value indicates whether the camera can be flipped vertically, not horizontally. You can configure the
Flip value to a value of Auto, On, or Off. If the value is set to Auto, the camera image will flip vertically if the
camera is upside down.
The xStatus Camera output does not indicate whether a camera is configured to auto focus. However, you can
configure a camera to auto focus by issuing the xConfiguration Cameras Camera 1 Focus Mode: Auto
command.The SX20 in this scenario does not have the best possible camera installed. The SX20 can be configured with
a 2.5x, 4x, or 12x camera. The model number indicates what kind of camera is installed. In this scenario, the
SX20 is configured with a 4x zoom camera.
Cisco: Application Programmer Interface (API) Reference Guide, Cisco TelePresence SX20 Codec: Camera
Cisco: Cisco TelePresence SX20 Quick Set Data Sheet