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Shooting the 2012 London Olympics in 3D? Getty Images' Jonathan Klein on the new technology behind capturing memorable Olympic moments

The 2012 Olympic games will kick of next month in London and they will be photographed in ways you have never seen before.

Getty Images, which is the official agency of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), is deploying some new gadgets to capture the games in 3D for the very first time. Photographers will also use time-lapse technology as well as flying, remote controlled cameras to capture every moment.

Jonathan Klein, co-founder and the CEO of Getty Images, walks Soledad and the "Starting Point" team through the technology behind the new gadgets and strategies for capturing memorable images at this year's London Olympics.


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