No because these concepts only exist in Revit. For me it makes sense that these things are left to the host application which already has many tools (like view templates) to handle all these settings efficiently. It would also be a gigantic development effort.
The only 2 settings that I'd like to be governed by Enscape (in an ideal world) are the camera positions and sun position. You would still select a revit view from which Enscape should get the geometry, but camera positions and sun positions would be managed by Enscape. This is similar to how many other applications do this (as mentioned by renderwiz). It's interesting that you can re-use a revit view as an Enscape view, but it's kind of limiting that you NEED a revit view if you want to save a camera position or time of day in Enscape.
But like I said, I think given the current implementation that's unlikely to happen. And there might be other solutions to get to easily reproduceable renders. Like suggested in the other tread, an easier way to update cameras (so we can tweak camera position and time of day and save that back to the camera) would be a good step in the right direction without needing a major overhaul.
Pieter not sure I agree with you. They've already implemented a BIM mode. It seems like the only way to really solve the problem. Anything else is a workaround.