At every international sporting event, competitions are held not only between athletes, but also by agencies that cover this event in the press. And how interesting the reports and perspectives of the competitions that are watched all over the world will depend on many factors, ranging from the skill of the photographer / cameraman to high-quality equipment. This year, at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Getty photographers decided to use special robots that shoot from the bottom of the Olympic pools. The technique is not intended to replace people – professionals in their field. This is only a very technological tool, which is designed to facilitate the work of correspondents and make the material much more interesting and not similar to the work of other observers. At the bottom of the pools several robotic mechanisms with cameras placed inside them are installed. The captured image is displayed in real time on the display of the photographers device synchronized with the robot, which allows you to remotely change the position of the robot, the angle of the camera, make adjustments to various settings, change the scale, and so on. It was such a system that allowed us to capture the finish of the American swimmer Michael Phelps, who was ahead of the enemy by hundredths of a second.