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This “invisible” cameraman becomes a World Cup hit

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TV gag delivers spectacular pictures

This “invisible” cameraman becomes a World Cup hit

White against a white background. Cameraman Nathan Eidse does the opposite of the talent at the Junior World Championships in Halifax. He doesn’t want to attract attention.


Cameraman Nathan Eidse is on hand as the Canada U20s celebrate at the World Cup in Halifax.


Stephen RothDeputy Head of Ice Hockey

If you pay close attention to the U20 World Cup matches, you can see him: Nathan Eidse, the cameraman, who goes onto the ice to show the players up close and from a different perspective.

The Canadian, who works for the producing TV station TSN, is dressed all in white, wears a white helmet and white ice skates. His camouflage suit now also includes the camera, which is wrapped in white. The idea for the packaged camera came from none other than what is probably the best ice hockey player you have ever seen: Wayne “The Great One” Gretzky (61), who also works for TSN.

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