Ind vs Aus ICC ODI World Cup 2023: From Virat Kohli to Shami, These Cameras Will Provide Best Angles; Check out

ICC World Cup 2023

ICC World Cup 2023: As we all know, today’s the final match of ICC World Cup 2023 which is set to be held in Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad. The match will start at 2 pm today. There are various types of technology used to reduce the manpower deployed in the overall management. One of the major and integral part of this technology are the advanced camera technology for the wholistic coverage of the event. If you are also curious to know how many and which types of cameras are used in ICC World Cup 2023, check out all details below.

Although the exact information about all the camera used in ICC World Cup 2023 is not provided officially by ICC. But reportedly, the total count of the cameras in the stadium can be 100-200 approximately. This setup include various types of cameras which are deployed for different purposes. Check out all types of camera used in the stadium below.

High-end Cameras

High-end camera are used to capture the most exciting moments happenning in the match. These cameras are placed beyond the boundaries and manually operated by the camera crew.

Spider Cameras

Spidercams are used to capture the aerial view of everything happening in the match. It gets the cinemetic shots of all the centuries your favourite players are hitting.

Fixed Camera

Fixed cameras are used to captures the pitch and stumps and sometimes they are also used to capture other locations in the stadium.

Roving Buggy

Roving Buggy provides all the view of what’s happening at the ground. It is basically used to captures all the ground level activities.

Drone Cameras

Drone camera have the expertise to capture all the stunning cinematics of all locations and surroundings of the stadium.

Hawkeye Camera

Hawkeye camera is a speciality camera used to capture the ball in flight, so that ity can be easily determined by the umpire if its out or not.

UltraMotion Camera

UltraMotion camera is also a specialised camera that provide replays of match in the slow motion. It basically gets view of the key moments happenning in the match.

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