Someone tried to explain the HD SD thing to me once and it didn't make much sense.
Something to do with the camera that provides the image of the clock in the chamber, which is what they cut to before coverage starts and whenever proceedings have to be suddenly stopped. Because there's an issue with making the HD, none of the others can be switched to HD yet
As you can tell I didn't quite get it
Okay, as a foreigner whats the clock? Is it just a camera showing a clock in the chamber to avoid anything else being shown? I'd assume its similar to the static cameras that are shown during votes in the US Senate and House of Representatives where during votes there's a static shot of the risers with the vote count being tallied on screen.
I only put this question here in this thread because it relates loosely to parliament.
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