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James Cameron explains 3D camera for Marianas Trench dive

04/16, 4:15pm

Cameron developed thumb-sized cameras for dive

For his seven-mile dive in the Mariana Trench on March 25, James Cameron used a camera system he helped to develop, the Hollywood Reporter noted after Cameron gave details at NAB. The 3D cameras used to capture footage in the deepest parts of the ocean shot 1080p quality and were the size of an average thumb. Two were placed side-by-side to create the 3D effect, and each sat in a titanium housing.



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