The RCS in panel one looks better on the full-size version. I’ll probably compensate with some closeups later in the book.
Wonky camera angles will continue until the ship gets its Z axis oriented “properly.” The camera tilt seems to work a lot better than completely flipping the orientation, at least for this page. If anyone got out of their seat now, they’d be standing on the aft bulkhead. This isn’t Star Trek, where you can fit a teleporter, artificial gravity and “inertial dampening” into a minivan. Kit like that is the size of small office buildings, which is largely why/how the Sabrosa has artificial gravity and vogon-style brick-floaty and vehicles like the Daedalus and the Cheops don’t. Think ten tons of kit in a five ounce bag. Or battleship cannons on a honda. Or – more accurate for scale – a complete nuclear power station on a C-17 (which the Daedalus is about the size of).