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Reality Camera System

Fusion Camera System (a.k.a. Reality Camera System 1) is a Digital movie camera system developed by James Cameron and Vince Pace. It was developed as a way to shoot features in stereoscopic 3D.[1] The Fusion Camera System made first use of Sony HDC-F950 and later of Sony HDC-1500 HD cameras when they became available. The cameras are equipped with Fujinon lenses from Fujifilm.[2]

Films that used the Fusion Camera System

Film Release Date Notes
U2 3D February 22, 2008 Also released in IMAX 3D
Journey to the Center of the Earth July 11, 2008
Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience February 27, 2009 Also released in IMAX 3D.
The Final Destination August 28, 2009
Avatar December 18, 2009 Released in IMAX 3D and re-released in IMAX 3D in 2010.
Step Up 3D August 6, 2010
Resident Evil: Afterlife September 10, 2010 Also released in Digital IMAX 3D.
Yogi Bear December 17, 2010
Tron: Legacy December 17, 2010 40 minutes rendered in 1.85:1 Aspect Ratio in IMAX 3D version.
Sanctum February 4, 2011 Also released in Digital IMAX 3D.
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides May 20, 2011 Also released in IMAX 3D.
Transformers: Dark of the Moon June 29, 2011 Also released in IMAX 3D.
Final Destination 5 August 12, 2011 Also released in Digital IMAX 3D.
Spy Kids: All the Time in the World August 19, 2011
Shark Night 3D September 2, 2011
Hugo November 23, 2011
Journey 2: The Mysterious Island February 10, 2012 Also released in IMAX 3D.
Life of Pi December 21, 2012

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