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Topic # 42357 2-Oct-2009 16:17
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Did anyone else notice that last week's Formula One race coverage from Singapore (with the exception of the race itself) was broadcast in HD?

What a pity that SS3, which carried the race proper, did not broadcast in HD.

Still, anything is better than nothing LaughingLaughing




 

 

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  Reply # 260636 2-Oct-2009 17:14
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I've noticed for the last few races that several of the teams seem to have installed HD cameras on the cars.  Many of the "drivers eye views" from Ferrari, McLaren and others are noticeably better quality even on my SD TV.

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  Reply # 260639 2-Oct-2009 17:25
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they have done test runs in Japan before on HD stuff, will be interested to see if FP2 is shown in HD. I still suspect not though, I would have heard by now.

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