The view screen shows several items. The view! The HUD, at the bottom of the screen. The central green cross-hairs are used for accurate orientation of the ship during navigation and docking manoeuvres, as well as having obvious functions in combat.
The Sanya Amiya TLF glare-reducing view screen shows a processed view of the exterior of the ship using feed from four digiFeed cameras mounted on the contours of the hull. The views are displayed at 4 terapixel resolution and are intelligently processed before being displayed to reduce glare from solar objects and to enhance the available light, allowing greater clarity. During flight, the four available cameras are quickly selected:
- Forward View
Press f1 or 1.
- Aft View
Press f2 or 2.
- Port View
Press f3 or 3.
- Starboard View
Press f4 or f.
Other view functions may also be called upon at any time, using the console:
- Status screen
Press f5 or 5
Displays present location and condition, fuel, economic and legal status, and lists the installed equipment.
- Manifest screen
Press f5 or 5 twice
Displays the contents of the hold, and any eventual contract commitments.
- Short Range Chart
Press f6 or 6
Shows a proximate system chart with quick-info and current hyperjump range perimeter with the available fuel.
- Galactic Chart
Press f6 or 6 twice
Shows the entire galactic sector and enables planet name-search.
- System Data screen
Press f7 or 7
Displays essential information on the present nearby system.
- Local Commodity Market
Press f8 or 8
Displays local market prices, although no interaction is possible unless docked.
- Glare Clarifier allows you to purchase sun-specs' to cut the solar glare: BB thread, User:Wildeblood (2014)
- Glare Filter ditto: BB thread, Spara (2014)
- Fighter HUD (Oolite) also includes glare filters
- Xenon HUD also includes both glare filters and a change of screen for sun-glare
- Telescope adds lightballs (showing legal status), masslock borders, distant beacons and sniper rings
- Sniper Camera System HUD modifies the viewscreen for sniping
- For modifications of the Crosshairs see
- Changing the Field of View (2017) - the current range is from 30 degrees to 80 degrees.