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At itself a nice feature, adding and adjusting perspective.
Much better would it be to have some control of the camera (viewer- or eye-) position :
…. height, angle and distance to the product and horizon.
In that case you could show the product or object in a more realistic view, as a consumer would see it.
Unfortunately this only now is possible in renderers.
Thanks for your message. You can also add cameras within SolidWorks (not only in PhotoView 360). Just go to View > Lights and Cameras > Customize Menu > Add Camera to enable cameras in SolidWorks. Now go to View > Light and Cameras > Add Camera to add a camera in SW view.
Hope this helps,
thank you for all the best of the time