When it was released in 2009, Avatar became the highest-grossing movie of all time beating out Titanic for the top spot. It’s a record it still holds to this day, although Avengers: Endgame came close to toppling it. Well, it’s no secret that James Cameron is finally creating not one but four sequels to the original movie, and as with that first one, he’s pushing the boundaries of cinema tech once again.
One of the biggest factors for any movie, though, is the cameras. And for Avatar 2: The Way of the Water, Cameron built together a new Frankenstein 3D rig for shoulder-mounted shooting that’s built using two Sony Venice cinema cameras and not surprisingly, Frame Voyager’s put a video together to tell us all about it.