High tech robot cameras find new angles for historic moments at the Olympics | Mashable

Getty Images worked with a large range of Canon robotic cameras and lenses to capture incredibly moving aerial and underwater shots during the Tokyo Olympics.

It took around 30 seconds from the click of the camera to each image being available to view online.

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