Well then I guess you would in my mind not fit the description of camping if you move discretely around the map.... I'm not positive but I'm pretty sure the main opinion on campers is someone who lays down in a spot and if shot moves to thay spot or few othees but if you move without dying and hit the hot spots while overwarching them then thats not camping in my opinion... nor is moving cover to cover....and standing still and shooting
That's an extreme definition of camping. I promise you, if you kill someone and they watch killcam only to find that you barely moved a foot during the duration of the killcam, you're a camper 100%.
in that spot you did make a smart decision....it helped your team but are you smarter then a player that didnt choose that hallway and wouldn't have died.... it does not any skill at all to aim a fully automatic sniper or Marksman rifle at a door from a corner and get kills.... it actually takes less as you only got to wait on the people no meta combat reactions.... as well as press one button.....
Definition of Camping from Urban Dicitonary
There is much controversy over whether or not camping is a respectable strategy; some claim camping is cowardly and cheap, while others maintain that it is intelligent and strategic.
I have had people say that but its easy to rebute... a camper is someone who sits in a spot,,, hence camper... someone who unpacks a sleeping bag.... and tent....
if people view camping as moving around the map and checking a corner see someone and shoot them... then I guess i am a camper
i only consider someone a camper who sits on a sofa or bed in a room and picks people off that happen to enter their room
I do have a few maps that i know a spot where i do enjoy employing just that tatic... unless its objective based....
If that's your definition then I would wager that camping is far less of an issue than people make it out to be. I hardly ever see that and I do mix up my playstyles depending on what's needed of me. Rarely do I find someone sitting in on a sofa or in an obscure corner. If they do I flush them out easily and they end up being a non-factor in the match anyways.
I play HC at a million miles an hour. Seems to work, as I'm now on my recovery from my usual dreadful start - my KD has gone from 0.70 to 1.06, and I've settled on my setup. The key to HC isn't necessarily slow and careful movement, its CLEVER movement. No need to take it slowly if you know what you are doing
Also, I'm that guy who'll go steaming out into the open. I might take out the enemy due to the sheer surprise factor, but if I dont I'll at least draw them out/cause them to give away their position. Its often worth taking one on the chin, if only to shift a well dug-in enemy.