Maps added with the Maps SDK for iOS can be tilted and rotated with easy gestures, giving users the ability to adjust the map with an orientation that makes sense for them. At any zoom level, you can pan the map, or change its perspective with very little latency. The bearing, tilt, location and zoom level of the map can be controlled programmatically via the GMSCameraPosition object. Changes to the camera will not make any changes to markers, polylines, or other graphics you've added, although you may want to change your additions to fit better with the new view. The rest of this topic describes how to use the camera to make changes that impact the zoom level, viewport or perspective of the map.
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