I suspect the answer to your question, "Are there distinct icons?", is no. The standard icons for the two functions overlap horribly.
But that doesn't mean you couldn't create some.
To try to come up with distinct icons, you need to step back and think of the distinctions in functionality. For move, you have an object that you are moving around within a larger space. For pan, you are moving your view of the drawing space.
So my suggestion is that to represent move, you clearly integrate an object in the icon and have the arrows radiating from it. You might want to connect the representation of that object with whatever you're using to represent the active/selected element in the drawing. For example, if you use a "marching ants" dotted line to represent the selection, you would have a dotted-line shape like the one below. If the objects are more likely to be photos, try an icon that represents that.
For a pan icon, you need to express the "view" aspect. You could maybe try to incorporate a glasses/binocular icon plus the arrows, or you could focus on displaying the fact that the current view is a limited portion of a larger image. In the mock-up below I'm working on the idea of a frame showing the focus area, with the frame slightly blurred to emphasize "focus". I'm not convinced it is as intuitive as one would prefer, but it is sufficiently different from the move icon that they are unlikely to be confused for each other.