Shoulder Camera Case

Shoulder Camera Case
If they use a different camera angle for at-bats?

I am not an expert on the subject, so I guess people with more experience now that I decided on television at-bats are best viewed over pitcher's right shoulder. I can understand, and I'm sure there's science and research in question. Usually I can tell from this angle instinctively when a ball hit is a hit, extra bases or management has the potential to home to Although only see the ball, 1 / 20 second. In some cases, however, can not tell if a ball is an easy way out. And sometimes mistakes going back to screen actually seems to go up the middle for a second. Is that sometimes I think it would be good to see at-bats (on TV) from a different perspective. Like from a little beside and behind the batter. So you can really see the trajectory of the ball and everything. You know what I'm saying?

The view from center field is by far the best, showing as much as possible. You see what the receiver is signaling, the full pitch, and how close he was to be a ball or strike. Offers not see that. I agree that it is difficult to judge when a batted ball is headed, but that will happen in any camera angle. I learned from a friend of mine who used to be a TV cameraman. Once she asked me what I thought was the hardest sport for a television crew to cover. I assumed the hockey, because it moves so fast. Wrong! It was baseball, the last thing you would expect. When I explained, it made sense – the gardener chasing a ball 400 feet from home plate, runners on base, plays on the bases, quick throws, etc. The action can be very scattered. The action in all other sports centers around an object. Part of his explanation was to ensure that the public sees the best hitter / pitcher of action – they tried several angles, and overwhelmingly decided the camera in center field is the best.

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