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New Camera Tech Changes Perceptions of the Natural World in ‘Planet Earth II’

A decade after wowing the world with the most successful nature documentary to date, the BBC is about to release the sequel Planet Earth II. Much like its predecessor, the new 6-part series uses some of the latest camera tech for breathtaking and unprecedented cinematography of the natural world.

“The significant advances in camera technology have really allowed us to change the way you perceive the natural world,” BBC series producer Tom Hugh-Jones tells realscreen. “Now we can get quite light rigs out into wild places which allow us to make people feel more like they’re experiencing the natural world and meeting animals eye-to-eye, traveling with them and experiencing the wild places through their eyes.”

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