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Nanook (7/10/2020) 
so I see you didn't just zoom in you also changed the camera position
lespaulguy (7/10/2020) 
yup, any "end state" for the animation, no matter how you get there, works
Nanook (7/10/2020) 
yeah, I'm working on some right now :-)
nheiges (7/10/2020) 
that's a great effect
coyne (7/10/2020) 
Camera animation works by linearly interpolating the camera position from the start position to the end position. And, as it does that, it also interpolates the aimpoints (where the camera is pointed for those two keyframes). So as the camera moves close to the aimpoint(s), the angle of the camera has to adjust more quickly to stay aimed. This is especially true if your start position is on one side of the aimpoint and the end position is on the other side. In that case your angle is changing very quickly as the camera passes by the vicinity of the aimpoint and has to swing around to stay aimed.
watcher570 (7/11/2020) 
good one!
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