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F1 HD in 2011

Discussion in 'Formula 1' started by Craig Stevenson, Jan 12, 2011.

  1. Craig Stevenson

    Craig Stevenson
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    Don't think this has been posted: http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/motorsport/formula_one/9359509.stm not sure if this means full HD or the upscaling used for the last few races of last season, I thought I had read somewhere that The Idiot Ecclestone and FOM wouldn't have proper HD camera's in place till 2012 at the earliest.
     
  2. Georgios Davakos

    Georgios Davakos

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  3. Ross Balfour

    Ross Balfour
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    I noticed it on a few onboard cameras last year, would love to see it all the time. Would make a better spectacle.
     
  4. Ramon Alonso

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    It's ridiculous how F1 is behind the curve in HD coverage. I've been watching NASCAR in HD for a couple of years now!
     
  5. Christian Burge

    Christian Burge

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    i know what would be better than hd 3d f1 would make f1 so much better
     
  6. Rhys Gardiner

    Rhys Gardiner

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    3D is a gimmick. It adds absolutely nothing to the experience.
     
  7. Chris Butcher

    Chris Butcher
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    To clarify, it said that FOM would provide a HD feed to broadcasters. So I don't think it will be upscaling
     
  8. Adam Eggbeer

    Adam Eggbeer

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    Plus quite a few people can't see it, even with the correct equipment.