Some of us are fixed to our screens. Netflix and Amazon have taken a back seat. The internet world is full of praises for Gold medal winners and support for those who have lost. Competitive pride and solidarity is the tall order for the day. Olympics has always garnered the love and admiration of the majority. Postponed by a year because of the pandemic, many are critical of its reopening. But, last year alone, the cost of loss was calculated to be in billions of dollars. “The stadiums and arenas are empty. The conversations are through masks and plexiglass partitions, the contact anything but the prohibited “close.” Visitors must spit into plastic tubes at regular intervals. Their movements are tracked by smartphone apps that must be downloaded and the eyes of uniformed men on street corners, seemingly with the preeminent goal of preventing visits to restaurants or bars. Only the top halves of faces can be seen, but it is nonetheless clear: No one is smiling.”, reported Washington Post.
Nonetheless, thanks to the photographers and videographers, glued to 0ur seats, we are following every game. Particularly interesting are the still images that bring to us interesting frozen moments. We can hold on to our favorite moments and visuals, forever and forever. Behind the scene, Panasonic, Nikon, and Canon compete with another by bringing in a range of camera arsenals, on-the-spot services, camera equipment loans, etc. Since 1984, Panasonic has been the Olympic Games Official Host Broadcast Equipment Supplier. Panasonic’s technology plays a vital role in delivering the sights, sounds, and unique excitement of the Olympic Games, from the field of play to the spectators through its large on-site video screens and professional audio systems, and to people around the world through broadcasting with its digital broadcast equipment.