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I use a modified version of (I believe) The Show 15 camera. Mine is more zoomed in, and centered, so there is as much distance above and below the strike zone. Basically, I think it is about where the catchers eyes would be.
My game is not up right now, but I will take a screenshot later when it is, and send it in. I also like 'Strike Zone', but again, I edit it so the above and below the strike zone are just about the same.
I like Fish-eye, and the other that is close to it, feels like you are in there against FAST pitching guys (which the MLB is full of), but I have trouble with low pitches, and the timing just is off a bit. LOVE the view, seeing all the way down the lines, but it is a bit far back removed from what I like.
I can absolutely say the best player on this particular PS4 uses those 'Show 15/Strike Zone' views. First is main view, and during a second made-up player league where I use Fast Counts, I like to go Strike Zone for a little change-of-pace.
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