Fusion Camera System

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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[edit]

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
Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away December 21, 2012
Walking with Dinosaurs December 20, 2013
47 Ronin December 25, 2013
2.0 (film) April 14, 2018
Alita: Battle Angel December 21, 2018 Also release in IMAX 3D.