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    Posted: 10/02/2019 at 5:20am
May be not to watch a whole match through this angle, but some minutes are enough to feel the intensity of the pros' game.



Edited by Makelele - 10/02/2019 at 1:19pm
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote BRS Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10/02/2019 at 7:44am
Thanks makelele!   That looks like video from a coach's camera or something.  I love that angle and height, can really see the ball.
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great video. Best angle for sure. Only problem is when there is a lefty.
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Love the angle. Everyone should watch the point starting 1:19 to 1:40. It's crazy Clap
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Both players I like a lot, thanks for the nice video!
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Originally posted by Simas Simas wrote:

Love the angle. Everyone should watch the point starting 1:19 to 1:40. It's crazy Clap

I second the motion. Great video of great players I'd not seen before. Thanks for posting! 
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How about 360°?

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Originally posted by Ray Ray wrote:

How about 360°?


not sure if that will be very useful, but it's definitely interesting :)
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Since the 70s in tennis, I enjoyed that camera shooting 4 feet from the ground, the sense of speed is so much enhanced but they always give it for 1 point at most.
From Makelele’s video I’d move the camera to a corner though so I can see more balls and then that speed factor is taking over for good and we can really see how fast those people are.
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Originally posted by stiltt stiltt wrote:

I enjoyed that camera shooting 4 feet from the ground, the sense of speed is so much enhanced

totally totally agreed. You perceive the speed and agility of the players so much better and so much more close to the actual speed they operate. And that's what I like about the low angle footage. Every time I watch TT from the usual angle and then from a low angle I get the wow factor and how is that even possible?...
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ITTF's video quality is equivalent to those I shot with my Motorola Razr 15 years ago. Not sure if I have much hope in them improving anything.
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Originally posted by Makelele Makelele wrote:

May be not to watch a whole match through this angle, but some minutes are enough to feel the intensity of the pros' game.



You are right, this is great.
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