So interesting question:
I just noticed this as I rarely use the sync view but, when I had the Enscape settings displayed the FOV settings change from horizontal to vertical. Also if you disable the sync view there isn't a way to change it to display to vertical - What is happening here? Is SketchUp using a vertical aspect ratio that I don't see? When I think vertical I'm assumpting a portrait aspect ratio. The output settings via SketchUp are set to screen size which is horizontal.
Can someone explain this?
Also small side note:
I've been holding off on this as I have a reference sheet now but, can we please bring back the focal length settings? I find it frustrating when I have clients ask:
Client: What lens are you using here
Artist: You know a 90-degree field of view
Client: A what?
Artist: Sorry one second I'll convert it.
Artist: audible clicking typing ah carry the one, times something click-click ahh!
Artist: Uhhh yeah so it's a 17.925 mm lens
Client: Okay....Let's look at a 24mm
Artist: Sure thing uh one second just a moment I need to calculate that...
Artist: hmm okay so click backspace - backspace okay yes... umm that's not right hmm.. S#@T!
Artist: yeah I don't know...
I know this is a bit over the top but In the world of photography no one uses the term FOV - I don't know why it is used here.
That's all - Cheers!