NAC Hi-Motion II Cameras Capture Ultra Slow-Mo for ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball

This season, ESPN will be broadcasting Sunday Night Baseball through the lens of two NAC Hi-Motion II cameras at every game. This will enable viewers to see instant ultra slow motion replays of the most minute details.  The 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. With two cameras at every game, there will be two different angles of for the ultra slow motion cameras throughout the game.

Fletcher Chicago rents out two NAC Hi-Motion II cameras to ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball every week. NAC Hi-Motion II cameras will be located at field level on the first base side as well as in the second row along the third base side for each game.

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