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‘Ultra-small’ Neutron 3D Rig

Posted on May 18, 2010 by Alex Fice

The new Neutron rig from ElementElement Technica has introduced their new, ultra-small Neutron 3D rig. 3D stereoscopic feature film production crews, as well as those who produce sports and entertainment venue programs, have been looking for a solution like the Neutron, which is designed to mount lightweight 3D camera packages for stereoscopic video capture from smaller jibs, Steadicams, portable camera and point-of-view positions.

Live sports and entertainment production demand even smaller, less obtrusive cameras for point-of-view camera angles where the camera must fit into a tiny and sometimes dangerous space, where it is unseen and out of the way. Neutron will seek to  provide 3D imaging from the smallest form-factor, with the ability to mount the smallest 2/3-inch or 1/3-inch imager HD cameras such as the SI-2K MINI and the Iconix.

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