While the House of Commons was empty during the election, two low-level cameras were installed behind the Speaker's chair.
And the new angles on proceedings have been causing great excitement.
The new perspectives were unveiled as MPs returned to Westminster to re-elect Speaker John Bercow.
Officials say the new view is more "engaging and modern" than the old high-level fixed positions.
It's not only viewers who'll be pleased. The editor of BBC Parliament once admitted the high-level cameras were "incredibly unflattering to the front benches".
Emily Ashton is a senior political correspondent for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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