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Written by Maury Brown   
Monday, 12 July 2010 20:03

3D Camera at ASG

The camera with the cameras. This stand  for the
Home Run Derby has the standard camera on the
bottom, and dual 3D cameras on top.

The future is here at Monday night's MLB Home Run Derby. Pictured above is the camera that ESPN uses for much of the event, looking in at the batter over the shoulder of the pitcher. The twist this year is ESPN is broadcasting the event in 3D. The dual cameras on the top are the 3D units for the broadcast. One wonders just how long before they get drilled by a lazer line drive.

(Look for updates from the All-Star Game here on The Biz of Baseball, and on Twitter @BizBallMaury, Mon.-Weds.)

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