The newly released A2A C172 Trainer is quite troublesome. Despite the various Saitek accessory incompatibility issues waiting to be solved, the aircraft can mess up the EZDok Camera settings of the default C172 as well. Because the aircraft is using an atc_model name of C172, which is exactly the same as what the default C172 is having.
If you are unaware of this and you quickly change the EZDok Camera for it after installation, you are actually messing up the previous profile you tuned for the default C172. The EZDok Camera can’t differentiate which is which when both aircrafts are using the same atc_model name. Hope that you have previously saved Camera backups for your C172.
In order to differentiate the two aircrafts from each other, open the aircarft.cfg file of the A2A C172 Trainer under \Microsoft Flight Simulator X\SimObjects\Airplanes\A2A_C172 folder. Then, look for the [General] section and rename the aircraft’s atc_model name from C172 to C172R (or whatever you think good).
After reloading the aircraft, you’ll find its name has been changed accordingly. Now you can freely adjust the camera without the fear of altering the original profile of the default C172.
Of course, you can modify the atc_model name of the default C172 to C172SP instead, for example. The principle applies to all aircrafts.