It's not possible. Look at the angles. They would all have to be in the perfect spot, direction and view point to catch someone's face.
It's a cartoon. And all film mediums tend to ignore realistic camera angles for in-universe cameras 90% of the time, like using stock footage as "security video" when a security camera could never catch those angles.
Accepted reality break as focusing on those details would put a burden on focusing on the story.
Of course, a cartoon has less reasons not to do it right the first time but what can you do...
TV Tropes calls it Surveillance as the Plot Demands:
The bad guys have cameras everywhere. They probably also have Ominous Multiple Screens to follow all those cameras. Like some even-more-sinister version of Big Brother, they always know exactly where the heroes are and what they're doing, even if there's no possible reason for them to be able to. It doesn't matter if they're three galaxies away or five thousand years in the past, the villains can still find them. They can put anything that they want up on the big screen, making you wonder why they don't just give up on the bizarre plans for world domination and just surreptitiously blackmail every government in the world without the good guys ever finding out. Or at least you would if you weren't so busy trying to puzzle out exactly how Luthor managed to get a live feed of the Super Friends repairing satellites in outer space.
There is also Magical Security Cam:
In any situation where someone watches a recording of an event that the audience has already seen happening, the recording will — by the purest coincidence — happen to use exactly the same footage that the audience has already witnessed. That is to say, it will include all the same dramatic camera angles, pans and zooms as the original scene, despite that there's no way an in-universe device (especially a stationary device, like a fixed security camera) could have captured and produced such, well, cinematic footage.