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Wednesday, October 7, begins several days of live disc golf Web-TV coverage of the PDGA's United States Disc Golf Championships (USDGC).

You can sign up and pay a donation to watch (recommended) or you can just sign up for free. We signed up and we're really looking forward to coverage beginning today (Wednesday, at about 11:15 am Eastern time.

As we wait to watch the coverage, there is a camera aimed at the tee for one of the holes and it is fun watching players warm up and greet each other. Don't miss out on this very significant disc golf event!

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Is there no coverage today??
While any coverage is good and it's getting better from what I saw yesterday......Wire to Wire coverage would be better. I doubt their competing for Air Space...since it's an internet broadcast. Would have to think maybe it was cost prohibited ....who knows?
Being the same feed from out west from the satellite, it doesn't cost more for the feed, but for more camera's, and I would think those camera's cost a pretty penny. While it is processed in the truck and edited, the more camera's would be essential next year to go from hole to hole, just as they do in the pga ball golf. The commentating of some of these guys like Billy Crump is awesome. They know the language they know the course and the know how to run a show. WtG guys.......By the time this is finished to the final rounds, I can see a 35-40 down. If the weather holds................good luck guys. Scorings comiing in already from this am rounds.
This is a little cramped on here, but you get the drift


4 Jason Jalonen 26910 967 75 90 68 +29 233
178 Scott Stoner 27247 918 83 84 74 +37 241
179 Jimmy Pedrick 40975 89 78 75 +38 242
180 Janne Kotka 30758 903 82 85 76 +39 243
181 Joshua Smith 25139 947 81 86 77 +40 244
182 Jack Lowe 15316 914 85 82 79 +42 246
183 Pete May 12700 923 87 81 79 +43 247
184 David Tucker 34885 917 85 87 76 +44 248
185 Jack Trageser 9715 978 85 86 79 +46 250
186 Doug Trantham 39739 989 86 86 79 +47 251
187 Kai Saastamoinen 26436 891 86 89 79 +50 254
188 John Chapman 5559 893 89 85 90 +60 264
189 Danielle Vargas 18131 884 103 95 89 +83 287
190 Jeff Lewis 3039 872 107 98 116 +117 321
Here is a camera that would be most likely in use in the pdgc:

Panasonic F700 Digital Processing Camera -

This $12,850 camera was an upscale version of its brothers listed above. Its DPS circuits are on LSI (Large Scale Intergrated circuit) chips taking up minimal space. A two-dimensional low pass filter reduces cross color and other chroma problems. This is especially handy if you are shooting pinstripe shirts, herringbone jackets, and venetian blinds, all images that tend to drive color cameras crazy.



Thus, to pull off this event, these are typically the camera's they would most likely use, or close.

Twenty different digital adjustments can be set including gamma, knee-point, chroma detail, detail, matrix and shading. Some of these adjustments assist the camera in displaying dark or bright parts of the image with the same detail as the rest of the image; dark parts don't turn into mud and bright parts don't bloom into chalky white. You can program the camera with one set of parameters, or switch it to one of the three preset modes of operation: standard (studio lighting), low light level, and fluorescent. Under the fluorescent mode, the blue-green light from fluorescent tubes is tempered by the circuits, restoring a natural white balance to the image.

A built-in SMPTE color bar generator with date/time display provides test signals to simplify monitor and video tape playback adjustments.
Looking forward to today. Seems like there's been on and off showers down there on the Winthrop course. Hoping those people I'm pulling for get get a NICE jump in the standings going into the final round tomorrow.
My first thought....was that it wasn't that high tech....made me wonder if they are using a video production co. or just rented the equipment and are going at it with limited experience...


I've only watched a total of maybe a half hour altogether.....the first day the camera operator on 18 seemed to be a little green around the edges ....the image was cock eyed there for awhile until he /they slowly adjusted it...back to level....The movements were jerky...they definitely weren't picking up good shots in the shadows...seemed like the camera was basic or just not programed accordingly...



....It's good...don't get me wrong...fix'n to tune in here in a few.
Todocast has 12 working offsight..in Cali...ePlanet media is the video production co out there....8000 feet of cable
Greenwell mentioning the really bad weather they're expecting tomorrow about 1.....definitely could mix things up....early groups could really benefit from that.
tomorrow's weather from 8 am until 2 pm is :




sunrise Sunrise 7:26 am
8 am
Few
71°F
Few Showers
71°F
30%
87%
From WNW
5 mph
9 am
Few
72°F
Few Showers
72°F
30%
84%
From WNW
5 mph
10 am
Scattered
74°F
Scattered T-Storms
74°F
40%
79%
From NW
4 mph
11 am
Scattered
75°F
Scattered T-Storms
75°F
40%
76%
From NW
4 mph
12 pm
Scattered
76°F
Scattered T-Storms
79°F
40%
74%
From NW
4 mph
1 pm
Scattered
76°F
Scattered T-Storms
79°F
40%
76%
From NW
4 mph
2 pm
Scattered
77°F
Scattered T-Storms
80°F
40%
74%
From WNW
4 mph
Had to leave after that "lemon squeezy" comment.....lol!!!

Now the site is down!! Again!!!
Back up!!!! sweet !!!
Here are the scores going into tomorrow:

1 David Feldberg 12626 1035 59 1063 57 1070 62 1039 -26 178
2 Nathan Doss 11794 1038 63 1040 58 1064 60 1051 -23 181
2 Phil Arthur 7289 1020 61 1052 59 1058 61 1045 -23 181
2 Nikko Locastro 11534 1034 62 1046 61 1046 58 1063 -23 181
5 Derek Billings 28965 1009 62 1046 62 1040 60 1051 -20 184
6 Michael Johansen 20300 1021 60 1057 62 1040 64 1027 -18 186
6 Cale Leiviska 24341 1024 64 1035 63 1034 59 1057 -18 186
8 Jussi Meresmaa 14600 1024 63 1040 58 1064 66 1015 -17 187
8 Paul Ulibarri 27171 1011 62 1046 60 1052 65 1021 -17 187
8 Dion Arlyn 24781 999 62 1046 62 1040 63 1033 -17 187
8 Joe Mela 2607 1005 60 1057 64 1028 63 1033 -17 187
12 Josh Anthon 17946 1033 68 1012 56 1076 64 1027 -16 188
12 Will Schusterick 29064 1007 65 1029 61 1046 62 1039 -16 188
14 David Hemmeline 23664 1010 67 1018 59 1058 63 1033 -15 189
14 Barry Schultz 6840 1034 63 1040 64 1028 62 1039 -15 189
16 Ziggy Bierekoven 29879 1002 63 1040 63 1034 64 1027 -14 190
16 Jeff Layland 17682 1003 66 1024 61 1046 63 1033 -14 190
16 Avery Jenkins 7495 1032 71 996 60 1052 59 1057 -14 190

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