You can see as if you were elsewhere in your field of view.
It mentions that you can move the point.
The subject can see distant scenes as if physically present at a chosen point within the sensory range of the spell. The visual point may be moved to any other point within range of the spell as a Complex Action
Can you jump to a point you NOW see, or must you remain within the original sight range of the caster?
Nothing speaks like an example like:
Can you look under a door, and project your sight on the other side so you can see, and THEN jump to the middle to have a better view, and THEN jump to look in the drawer that's been carelessly left open?
What are the limits on the spell?
Side Question : Do you need to spend the action to "turn around" or you got full 360*360 arc of movement for free (but you still need to turn, you couldnt possibly process all that infomation in a single go)?