Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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10 Pin Cam

Because the most interesting aspect of bowling is obscured
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An overhead view of the pins getting knocked down, replayed in slow-motion on the scoreboard.
simonj, Feb 19 2008


       Thought this was maybe going to be that cheesy 1970's multifaceted filter look for pinhole cameras.
AbsintheWithoutLeave, Feb 19 2008

       And I thought it would be a camera set deep inside the finger holes of the ball, a bit like they use in The Big Lebowski.
theleopard, Feb 19 2008

       They have this on TV, I think also some bigger alleys might have this feature as well.
jhomrighaus, Feb 19 2008

       They have bowling on TV? [shudder]
simonj, Feb 20 2008

       Correction: They don't have _nearly enough_ bowling on TV
K o R, Feb 20 2008

       You're kidding, right? That's about as dull as watching people play Texas Hold'em on TV.
RayfordSteele, Feb 20 2008

       Yeep, been there, seen that.
DrCurry, Feb 20 2008

       or golf, or billiards, or curling, or marathons, or....
jhomrighaus, Feb 20 2008

       I regret to inform you that, among those of us who actually watch bowling on TV, this is quite well-known.
shapu, Feb 23 2008

       At our bowling alley there are several lanes of SUPER TURBO BOWLING with video cameras capturing the action and an instant replay of the ball hitting the pins. Baked.
WcW, Feb 23 2008

       I first thought this was going to be a camera with a 10-pin connector. Then I thought that wasn't interesting enough to post here, so it must be a mechanical cam that has 10 pins in it for some reason, maybe for configurability, like a mechanical light timer.
notexactly, Mar 07 2018


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