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SBD Global/September 18, 2013/Media
Canal+ Channel Outlines 'Exhaustive' Football Coverage Plan, Demos High-Speed Camera
Published September 18, 2013
HIGH-SPEED: In Madrid, Patricia Cazón reported Canal+ "will once again offer its best football offer yet and it will do so with the best technology." Once again, "Canal+ will be the leader." Canal+ will also use "a high-speed camera capable of recording 2,000 frames per second." Canal+ Sports Dir Carlos Martínez called the camera "simply spectacular." Canal+ demonstrated the camera, which recorded a drop of water hitting a table. What was "one second to the eye was a work of art when shown by the high-speed camera" (AS, 9/17).