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Every year we try to add something to make good telecast a little bit better than it was a year before and what we we've added it's already paid off.
Are these super extreme slow motion cameras a normal camera sheets at sixty frames per second.
We're using a camera which can shoot as high as 181500.
Frames per second and all of this is an hideout.
It's the same as every other camera in the sense that it.
Takes individual pictures and it plays them back -- from watching on TV.
This one is just shooting a whole lot more frames and when you play back in a normal speed turns into something like this.
Where you can see every.
Tiny little bit of dirt coming off the cleats -- of pretty normal camera for the camera operator -- can zoom you can focus for the high speed cameras there's one other element the memory is actually in the camera.
We have as much as 986 gigabytes of memory in which can be.
Used up in its entirety as quickly as four seconds.
One of those very -- shots -- a pitcher in the totally unnatural motion.
Let me through you see how stressful and we -- -- -- this picture -- baseball is -- In his arm we've created a very unique visual difference in it with these cameras -- seeing all sorts of different things in replays that.
We're not used to seeing.
How the -- reacts how it vibrates and how it breaks.
In game seven of the NLCS we -- broken bat.
Ground ball hit the -- three times and you can see stuff in such detail.
You end up seeing things you would normally see.
Basically see everything you see the -- easy to -- you see -- that he did all the scenes of war.
Of those things up in the past I haven't they don't do as wells -- Lorena.
So it's better for you as a -- The slow motion makes things slow and dramatic everything seems like a movie.
One it's in slow motion and that seems to really draw your attention to the emotion of the moment.
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