How to adjust the "near clipping" of camera for 3D plot?

Seem part of the 3D surface is cropped out by a clipping plane close to the camera when zoom into the 3D chart from certain view angle, as shown below.

May I ask how to avoid such clipping?

Code is the a minor revision of the example code here.

import plotly.graph_objects as go
import pandas as pd

# Read data from a csv
z_data = pd.read_csv('')

fig = go.Figure(data=go.Surface(z=z_data, showscale=False))
    title='Mt Bruno Elevation',
    width=400, height=400,
    margin=dict(t=40, r=0, l=20, b=20)

name = 'default'
# Default parameters which are used when `` is not provided
camera = dict(
    up=dict(x=0, y=0, z=1),
    center=dict(x=0, y=0, z=0),
    eye=dict(x=1.25, y=1.25, z=1.25)

fig.update_layout(scene_camera=camera, title=name)

I’m having the same issue. How can this be solved?

I noticed that the clipping plane moves when pressing “mouse 3” (scroll wheel) and moving cursor.

I’ve got the same issue. Appears to only be an issue with “orthographic” projection. Zoom works with “perspective”

Even for perspective camera projection, camera clipping is a problem. This is my first time using plotly, but the majority of my data can’t really be viewed, since, when I zoom in, it all disappears, since it’s mostly small points in a tight cluster.
Is there no way to adjust camera near clipping?