Is x50 zoom camera able to zoom 500 meter target area from a 6 km distance?

I have a x50 zoom camera and here is some specs of the camera and lens:

• Focal length: 6 mm ~ 300 mm
• Field of view: 58.4° ~ 1.4°
• Resolution: 2 MP

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I have a 500 meter diameter circle area 6 km distance to my camera. My question is that is this camera able to zoom to this target area or not ? Can we calculate this with these camera specs ? If yes how ?

Thank you all.

• On what size sensor? You won't do it on full frame & looking out of my back window to as far as I can see, maybe 1.5km, I doubt it on an APS-C. 2MP sounds like something very small or very old, but the sensor size is what will enable the calculation. [Whether you can discern anything useful at that distance would be a different matter] Jun 16 at 7:24
• @Tetsujin In datasheet of camera, sensor size not mentioned. But with focal length and field of view, isn't it possible to calculate sensor size ? Jun 16 at 7:29
• @YunusTemurlenk The focal length essentially scales with sensor size. A 150mm lens on a Micro Four Thirds has the same field of view as a 300mm lens on a full frame sensor. Jun 16 at 10:12
• @wilkgr so lens and sensor is becoming closer according to focal length and also field of view angle by keeping sensor size distance. Field of view angle and focal length are changing by keeping a ratio between each other ? Jun 16 at 12:20
• @YunusTemurlenk Wikipedia can explain it much better than I can, sorry: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crop_factor Jun 17 at 8:16