An aeroplane is flying , Mathematics

An aeroplane is flying at a specific height of 5 km, and at a velocity of 450 km/hr. A camera on the ground is pointed towards the plane, at an angle θ from the horizontal. As the plane flies over the camera, how fast does the camera have to move in order to keep the plane in view, when θ = ∏/3?

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