Stump Cameras are micro-cameras, embedded inside one of the three stumps, used in professional cricket matches. The Stump cameras help in capturing the shots facing by the batsman. It has been an immense part of cricket broadcasting for quite a while and is also used in major leagues and cricket series such as World Cup. BBC started using the stump cameras at the beginning of the 90's. These stump cameras are connected to PCs or other TV equipment with the help of cable or wire, traveling underground.