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Technically possible, you could mount a small wireless camera in the ball but and something similar in the bat. However in the ball it would only be able to face in one direction and there would be no gaurentee that would be of any interest. The repeated impact forces would probably destroy it fairly quickly, and it would also alter the weight of the ball ...
This would count as LBW above the stumps but in line wicket to wicket is acceptable. The height is only used to judge whether the ball is hitting the stumps. see [36.1.d] https://www.lords.org/mcc/laws-of-cricket/laws/law-36-leg-before-wicket/ which directly addresses this. Ben
If the non-striker doesn't leave his crease, then the striker is out. See clause 3 of Law 38 - run out
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