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If you mean the rearward view, facing forward, that's facing the direction of travel. If there's a crosswind, and there always is, the plane will be crabbing sideways to the left or right in relation to the direction of travel.

If you're panning to the side view, left or right, the camera has it's own drag and may slowly slip backward or forward depending on the wind direction and speed.

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