2 weeks ago - last edited 2 weeks ago
I have been watching F1 on Sky since they started some years ago broadcasting it. In the 'old days', I use to be able to access about 8 different camera angles incluudin the pit lane, and in cockpit drivers cars, and an overview screen map of all cars progress, now, all we get is one single camera of whatever the producer thinks we want. This applies to TV as well as online. I suppose it's like Concorde, use to be cutting edge, but now defunct - shame though, it use to be really good.
2 weeks ago
Have to disagree F1 in UHD is fabulous and that’s cutting edge technology
I'm not talking about the number of pixels you get on every square inch of your screen, but something far more importanbt - the actual content! 'Cutting edge technology' for me was the ability to swap, under my own steam, between 8 different cameras. The number of pixels to me is an irrelevance...
2 weeks ago
Unfortunately, you assume incorrectly, I have Sky+ HD, and nothing, just whatever is on screen is what you watch... (though it use to have a 'red' button option)
Strange. I'm sure Sky+HD should still have it. Might be worth restarting the box before the next race - I used to have to do that to get interactive working on mine.