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Well I have watched lots of videos on 'how to' adjust external views, but for the life of me, I cant seem to duplicate the 'gopro on the wingtip looking forward' view.

Even when I use the exact keystrokes the folks on the youtube videos use, it does not work the same on mine. (FYI..I have latest DCS World, A-10C, FC)

 

 

Everyone seems to say to use the F4 view. When selected I get a view from about 20 ft behind and above the aircraft. I can rotate, zoom, the view around the center point (middle of the aircraft?), but I cant find any way to get it on the wingtip. I think I need to move the actual center point of the camera, but I cant find any way to do that....

 

 

I bet Im missing something simple....

 

Any/all help appreciated!

 

 

Stilgar99

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Try LCTL + F4 and then use the mouse to displace the camera

 

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And use LCtrl + Numpad to move the camera.

 

Or is it LCtrl + LShift + Numpad..

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