I watch the royal wedding on usa TV, so it is broadcast in NTSC HD. But is\nit shot in PAL (native format to England) then converted to NTSC, or do they\nhave a set of NTSC cameras, and another set of PAL cameras for European\nviewers? If it was converted from PAL to NTSC, I must say the conversion is\nflawless. Although I have never seen what a PAL HD converted to NTSC HD\nlooks like.\n\nThe vows from the prince and the bride is clearly miked. Yet I don't see any\nmike on Kate or Prince William. At first I thought they were hidden under\nthe clothes, but I don't hear any clothing sound. I do see the officiate\nwearing two lapel mikes facing outward. Could these be the ones (and only\nones) miking the couple? Wouldn't this make the officiate's volume much\nlouder than the couple's?\n\nInterestingly no videographers are visible inside the church. It looks like\nall video cameras are remote controlled, including jib arms. There is one\nmounted high near the ceiling. I wonder how many safety devices are there to\nprevent the camera from falling.