NAC Hi-Motion II to be used
by ESPN for all MLB Games
April 12, 2012 – Simi Valley, California
While some sports broadcasting channels will be showing their baseball games through the lens of lower quality cameras, ESPN will be broadcasting their Sunday Night Baseball game through the lens of a NAC Hi-Motion II camera. In fact, there will be two of the highest quality and most technologically advanced ultra slow motion cameras at every game this season! This will enable viewers to see instant ultra slow motion replays, allowing them to "capture the most minute of details in a game of inches." These cameras will also enhance the depth of analysis available from the broadcast since the announcers can break down any play with the use of ultra slow motion. Since there will be two cameras at every game, there will be two different angles of these ultra slow motion cameras for every second of the game. This is why ESPN's coverage of Sunday Night Baseball will be elite compared to other sports broadcasting channels.
Want to see a NAC Hi-Motion II camera in use? Check out this week's Sunday Night Baseball game on ESPN. All ultra slow motion shots taken from the first base line at field level will be through the lens of one of our highly advanced cameras.
Look for the use of a NAC Hi-Motion II camera in this week's Sunday Night Baseball game between the Angels and the Yankees. You can take a look through our cameras from the third base line at the second level stands, or at field level from the first base line.
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