Players can use keyboard combinations or their controller to access and use the features of the Drone Camera in Microsoft Flight Simulator.
The new Microsoft Flight Simulator puts players in the cockpit of a plane, allowing them to see the world from 35,000 feet in the air. The game includes several different camera modes players can use to take stunning images from above. One camera mode, Drone Camera, puts the player in control of the zoom, angle, speed, and position of the camera, allowing them to capture beautiful screenshots of the somewhat inaccurate model of the world in the game.
The Drone Camera is mounted, as the name implies, on a drone that the player can release and control. It has many features that can be accessed with a few keystrokes and can allow for some breathtaking image capturing thanks to the game's stunning graphics. Players will need to be careful, however, as they cannot both operate the drone and fly their plane. To avoid a crash, they will need to make sure the plane is stationary or cruising on autopilot. Here's how to use the Drone Camera in Microsoft Flight Simulator.
To access the Drone Camera, players can simply press Insert while the plane is stationary or on autopilot. Once the drone has been activated, a number of keyboard or controller commands become available to the player, allowing them to control nearly everything about their screenshot and take the perfect picture. The controls for a keyboard appear below: