IND vs AUS 2023: The final of the ICC ODI Cricket World Cup 2023 will be played between India and Australia on Sunday, 19 November 2023. This match between the two legendary teams will be played at the Narendra Modi International Cricket Stadium in Ahmedabad. Let us tell you that the people of India as well as cricket fans around the world are waiting for this match, which will start at 2 pm.
You must be aware that many techniques are used for a cricket match. High-tech cameras are used to broadcast matches to millions of people around the world. Do you know what kind and how many cameras are used in a match? Let us know in this news.
Multiple cameras are used to cover every angle
You must be aware that you watch the match comfortably on TV or on the phone, during the match you get to see many visuals and angles. How the batsman is hitting the shots or how the bowler is bowling. What is the condition of the spectators in the stadium? Special cameras are used for all this.
Many types of cameras are used to make the experience of a match great. This gives people a good viewing experience. Know how many types of cameras are used-
- 1 camera for outside broadcasting studio
- About 12 cameras to cover the entire field
- 6 Hawkeye cameras
- 4 cameras to take runout video
- 2 cameras to capture strike zone
- 4 cameras near the stump
- 1 camera for presentation
Along with this, boundary cameras, helmet cameras, robotic cameras and many other types of advanced cameras are used.
Know the types and functions of cameras
Main Camera: These main cameras are installed in the stadium with complete planning. Their main function is to capture the overview of the match, so that every wide angle shot of the match can be recorded.
Boundary Camera: These cameras are installed near the boundary line. The work of these cameras is to capture the fielding action and movement of the players.
Stump Camera: These cameras are installed in the middle of the stump. With the help of these cameras, special information is available between the batsman, bowler and wicketkeeper. They also record slow motion replays near the stump.
Spider Camera: These cameras are in a way in the air and their main function is to take aerial shots. These cameras capture dynamic aerial shots of the stadium both vertically and horizontally.
Ultra Slow Motion Camera: These are also called high speed cameras. These cameras record any movement with high frame rate. With their help it becomes easier to watch slow motion replays. With their help, people are able to keep an eye on every aspect of the game even on the phone.
Helmet Camera: You must have often seen that sometimes players also have cameras installed on their helmets. Additionally, the umpires present in the field also wear helmet cameras. With their help one gets a first person view of the game.
Robotic Camera: These cameras are managed through remote control. Also, they are installed at many places in the stadium. With their help the adjustable angle of the game is captured. They are also used to record a particular shot.
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