Technically all film is delayed vs. live action.
So what would make "filming" illegal and "TV broadcast" legal?
If you are filming an offensive coordinator/catcher to see what play/pitch they are calling, there isn't any time to even rewind/review the tape so you might as well not even be filming, at that point you are just looking at them, hardly illegal. If you are filming for later review, good on you. It is up to the other teams to then advance their signals so you can't catch up to them.
I guess that is how I see it...
TV broadcast is on like a 5-10 min delay depending on the team/broadcasting.
So you seeing something 5 mins later won't help at all.
As oppose to instant filming to find signals for next batter and what not.
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