Tip: Cameras and Terminals

While I was playing with Blender today, I found two new features!

Look! I'm a camera!First, I found out that you can make any object a camera. All you need to do I select theĀ  object you want to use and press ctl-numpad[0]. This shortcut has been used to select the active camera for a long time. However, this is the first time I’ve seen it used to make any object the active camera. It’s nice, but I don’t see it as being too useful since you cannot access any of the camera settings (focal length, depth of field etc.) since cubes don’t need those settings. My advice, parent a camera to the object and do it that way.

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