Next to the Bud Light Patio and on the RF foul pole. You can't see from about 15 feet in front of the right field wall to about center field, but that's a small sliver of ballpark and it's to be expected. You're in the sun for day games.
1992 Os opening day starting pitcher Rick Sutcliffe throws the ceremonial first pitch to Chris Hoiles on the 25th Anniversary Celebration of #OrioleParkAtCamdenYards #Birdland
between the t and the h on the dugout where it states Home of the Orioles. Under cover for if it rains in the spring but not in the front row where you can prop your feet up on the rail or arms and no obstruction of view from fans in front of you.
it's a great seat. you can see the players from a nice distance where you are still close enough to watch them up close. you are in the shade or are covered if it rains. the only con is that you can't see pop flys and stuff.
The view of third base and left field is distorted from the plexi-glass barrier. If you want to take a photo of those spots, you must stand or the camera focuses on the plexi-glass.
No zoom on this photo. This was a wonderful section that can be a tad cold on cooler days, but wonderful during the summer months. We had a great view of the entire field and were covered from the sun.