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LGHL ESPN is using the worst camera angle ever for Ohio State-Michigan

Discussion in 'News' started by Luke Zimmermann, Feb 16, 2016.

  1. ESPN is using the worst camera angle ever for Ohio State-Michigan
    Luke Zimmermann
    via our friends at Land-Grant Holy Land
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    Do you like motion sickness? Have I the camera angle for you.

    For reasons unknown, ESPN has started its coverage of Ohio State-Michigan with a camera angle that perhaps best captures the back of the officials in front of the camera.

    Like trying to watch the game through an HD lens court side, the game's announcers pitched the angle as being like having a "courtside" seat. The experience almost necessitates dramamine, prevents the ability to see everything happening on the court at once, and feels almost like reading while driving.

    Having maintained it for the first six minutes of the game, it remains to be seen whether or not ESPN will stick to its guns or audible back to something actually watchable. Stay tuned. Or not.

    No one on the social media network Twitter watching the game seem to be enjoying themselves very much:

    So, we love the camera angle?

    — Patti Jones (@DrPattiJones) February 17, 2016

    This is roughly what the camera angle looks like:

    Nice move, I think?

    — Big Ten Geeks (@bigtengeeks) February 17, 2016

    Woof. ESPN. Your camera angle.

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