I notice the camera shot at Breakfast usually shows the "squinty bridge" but they turn the camera round to look the other way up the river sometimes, presumably when the rising sun shines into the camera.
There are two cameras, on the northeast and northwest corners of the building. Sometimes on Reporting Scotland, they'll line them up neatly for a big panorama on the background screens.
Of course AN LA comes from Inverness - don't know where my Stornoway came from!
In the mornings the squintycam does indeed get moved around. It's a fully remote controlled camera on a mast on the roof above the coffee terrace, and some of the BJs like to vary the shots in the morning depending on the light and the weather. Last week when there was a major fire in Robertson Street, the camera was turned to take a live shot of the fire and we were then able to screen a timelapse (compacting nearly four hours of footage into about 45 seconds) of the fire on Rep Scot.
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