In Blender 2.79b, you can move around in the camera view by pressing Shift+F. When I tried it in Blender 2.8, it doesn't seem to do anything. Does anyone know how to do this in Blender 2.8?
You can link the camera to the viewport and then rotate/pan/zoom as you are used to from the viewport - very handy! Just
- press N tp show right menu
- view tab
- view accordeon
- view lock accordeon
- check "lock camera to view"
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Fly and walk navigation have no default shortcut. In the view menu select fly or walk.
Move the mouse left/right to pan the view left/right or move it up/down to tilt the view up/down.
Move the camera forward/backward W, S.
left/right A, D. Jump V – only in gravity mode.
Move up and down Q, E – only in free mode.
Alternate between free and gravity modes ↹ Tab or G.
Change the movement speed: - WheelUp or NumpadPlus to increase the movement speed for this open session. - WheelDown or NumpadMinus to decrease the movement speed for this open session. -
⇧ Shift (hold) – to speed up the movement temporarily. - ⎇ Alt (hold) – to slow down the movement temporarily.
Contrary to the "has no default keybind" assumption,
For non german keyboard layouts the shortcut should be shift `` where ` is a grave accent
and shift ^ for german keyboard.
If it doesn't work please check that you are using a recent version of blender.