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Normally is F used for "frame selected".
So it needs maybe another hotkey, which frames the selected item, just by dollying closer with the camera (and not changing angle).

In bigger scenes is navigation very hard, when you want to see an object close from the same perspective angle.
Also it's a standard function which people are used for camera navigation.
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cgi_468384 (8/22/2020)
Normally is F used for "frame selected".
So it needs maybe another hotkey, which frames the selected item, just by dollying closer with the camera (and not changing angle).
In bigger scenes is navigation very hard, when you want to see an object close from the same perspective angle.
Also it's a standard function which people are used for camera navigation.


Just discovered if right click object and then select the "home" icon, it will zoom in on that object.
Also works if object selected in the scene tab BUT NOT with lights.

However  multiple camera views on screen at the same time.[ I requested this in earlier post ] I believe is essential in scene management. Common in most apps. 

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