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Hi-tech cameras and robots capture the Olympic events in stunning imagery.
Hi-tech cameras and robots capture the Olympic events in stunning imagery. Utilizing the latest in remote control technology, photographers are able to get unparalled images and film of Olympic events.
Warming up for game day
Photographer Wolfgang Rattay tests the underwater camera set-up for the Olympics in Berlin.
Photographer Michael Dalder tests the underwater camera set-up.
On the court
A robotic remote DSLR camera is pictured during an installation for a basketball event.
In the ring
Reuters technician Colin Dowson is pictured on the screen of a laptop operated with a robotic remote DSLR camera at the boxing event inside the Excel Olympic venue.
Remote rebound, DSLR dunk!
A robotic remote DSLR camera is pictured during an installation for a basketball event at the Olympic Park.
Eye in the sky
An Olympic staff member watches as robotic remote DSLR cameras are installed overhead for the boxing event at the Excel Olympic venue.
Robotic remote cameras are lined up at the Reuters office in Berlin.
Reuters photographer Bensch and technician Dowson prepare to install a robotic remote DSLR camera for the boxing event.
The camera in action
Iran's Toloutibandpi reacts after defeating Spain's Alonso Flete in the Men's Light Welter (64kg) Round of 32 boxing match.
Filmed from below
Competitors swim in the women's 200m individual medley final during the Olympic Games.
Hands towards the camera
France's Yacoubou and teammate Ndongue reach for the rebound with Australia's Batkovic and Screen look on during the women's preliminary round Group B basketball match at the Basketball Arena.
Dramtatic shot from the robot
Micronesia's Manuel Minginfel drops weights on the men's 62Kg Group B weightlifting competition.
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