Camera Motors tell the Camera Controller where and how to look at the world. There are a bunch of different types of motors.
This is the simplest type of Camera Motor. It stays at a fixed position, just like a surveillance security camera and it can rotate to look at different types of targets.
Default: Doesn't rotate
Player: Looks at the player
Target: Looks at a specific target
Position: Looks at a specific world-space position
The Follow Camera Motor is similar to the Fixed Motor as it allows to look at a specific target/position/player but it also allows to follow it.
The Target Camera behaves much similar like the Follow Camera but also accepts a Look At target. It's mostly used for Shoulder cameras where the camera is anchored to a position (Player's shoulder) but the focus of the camera is targeting another scene object.
The Railway Camera Motor is a little bit more sophisticated type of motor. It allows the camera to follow the target along a path (or rail) but never exceed it.
Railway Cameras are a bit difficult to understand at first but are a powerful tool to create cinematic experiences.
The player (blue ball) moves from right to left. When the player is within the plane of the blue line, the camera linearly interpolates the player's position with its min-max path.
This type of cameras are very useful for corridors or narrow rooms.
The Tween Camera Motor allows to move the camera from a position A to position B within a time window. It is mostly used for cutscenes or small animations.
Tween Camera Motors are easily set up using the scene view gizmos. The motor's position corresponds to the initial position while the white dot is the end position
The First Person Motor allows to create FPS action games like Call of Duty or horror games like The Elder Scrolls.
This camera motor allows to define the mouse sensitivity, the amount of dampening/spring the camera moves relative to the mouse and the maximum pitch rotation (in case you want to limit the visual spectrum of the player).
The Adventure Camera is an advanced camera system that behaves like the cameras from Tomb Raider or Uncharted series.
The camera orbits around a target using the mouse movement (on Desktop) or using the touch-screen if the target device is mobile.