The Rams announced on Tuesday that they are replacing their aging equipment with a new system that will capture a more detailed view of the field.
The team’s new cameras will be mounted on the outside of the stadium, allowing them to provide an improved view of every play on the field, as well as the entire field.
The system will also be able to capture up to 60fps video of the action on the ground, allowing fans to enjoy the game at their own pace.
This is the second time in the past three years that the Rams have installed new technology in their stadium.
In 2017, they replaced the old scoreboard with a 1080p digital display, while in 2017 they installed a camera system that can record high-definition video from the sidelines.
The cameras are located on the north and south sides of the arena, near the entrance to the tunnel.