Yes. How good are you with fractions?But if we consider that -2 means -1.5 to -2.5...then -2.593 is a trifling 0.93 degrees off that upper range and is well within that .35 degrees FOV. If the -2 is actually -2.5, then the true horizon at -2.593 is 1/3 of the field of view below the cross hairs in the video.
The crosshairs are at 1/2 FOV, minus 1/3 FOV means the horizon sits at 1/6 FOV height, closer to the bottom edge than to the crosshairs by a factor of 2. Does your screenshot look like that? No.