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Check Out Fox’s Phantom Cam Super-Slow-Mo Fight Replay Video from UFC Fight Night 26

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Technology tends to leap forward on a daily basis, and the broadcast production of sporting events is not immune. And if you were watching Saturday night’s UFC Fight Night 26: Shogun vs. Sonnen, you might have noticed some all new camera angles and a little bit different look compared to past UFC broadcasts.

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Post #1   8/19/13 8:10:20PM   

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I would have loved to see the whole Overeem vs. Browne fight in slow-mo.

Post #2   8/19/13 9:59:30PM   

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Man... Lauzon's ears are out of control!

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Posted by bojangalz

Man... Lauzon's ears are out of control!



haha...yeah the super slow mo showed his ears bouncing like four times for one of those punches. This is awesome, and makes FS1 and the UFC stand out as having top-notch production.

There was also some shots where they used some sort of filter, almost like a sepia filter you get on digital cameras these days. It also looked great.

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Post #4   8/20/13 10:51:58AM