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Imagine 6 cameras, 2 on each coordinate axis facing each other. This is what I try to achieve.

However when I first added 6 cameras, chose the first, clicked onto numpad 1 to get into frontview and ctrl + alt + 0, this camera indeed aligned well, but when I chose the second camera and tried to position it somewhere else by ctrl + alt + 0 , the first camera got aligned again, not the second how I expected.

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    $\begingroup$ You must make the second camera the active camera and then align it to the view. $\endgroup$ – satishgoda Jun 4 '17 at 9:05
  • $\begingroup$ thanks, could someone post an answer how to make the camera active, i am searching in the panel but can t find the keyword "active" $\endgroup$ – sharkant Jun 4 '17 at 9:42
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You must make the second camera the active camera and then align it to the view.

You can make a selected camera the active camera by pressing CTRL+0

You can also access this functionality from the 3D view header View menu.

View -> Cameras -> Set Active Object as Camera

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