If you have a camera with Pan Tilt Zoom capabilities you can remotely control your camera using Montavue GO.
The circle icon with the four directional arrows will allow you to control the Pan, Tilt, Zoom, Focus, Iris, and Presets of your camera. If you do not see this icon press and hold on any icon at the bottom of the screen and slide your finger left or right to reveal more icons
When you tap on this icon it will bring up four more icons that allow you to control the various features.
To Pan the camera simply swipe right or left on the screen. To Tilt, the camera up or down swipe up or down. You will see a blue arrow appear on the side of the screen indicating the direction the camera is moving.
To zoom in tap on the magnifying glass icon with the addition sign in the center of it. This will bring up plus and minus icons in the lower right-hand corner. Tap the plus sign to zoom in and the minus sign to zoom out.
You can adjust the focus of the camera by tapping the icon that looks like a box with an addition sign in the center of it. This will bring up plus and minus icons in the lower right-hand corner. Tapping the plus sign will adjust the focus for distant objects. Tapping the minus sign will adjust the focus for closer objects.
You can adjust the Iris of the camera by tapping on the circular icon that looks like an iris. This will bring up an icon with an open iris and an icon with a closed iris. Tapping the open iris will open up the iris on the camera allowing more light to enter the camera and will inevitably brighten the image. Tapping the closed iris will close the iris of the camera allowing less light to enter the camera and ultimately darken the image.
If you have set up your camera with presets to view different areas you can access them by tapping on the icon that looks like a flag. This will bring up a dial where you can rotate the numbers to select the preset number you would like. Once you have selected the preset number you want tap the green check mark and the camera will move to the area you defined when you configured the preset.