On a beautiful California October day, we took the SI-3D system to a quiet parking lot and shot some real world action. By mounting the tiny camera heads on the Element Technica Neutron Rig and using the compact Cinedeck for SI-3D, we were able to easily switch from a standard tripod to baby legs to a low boy setup and back again, all quickly and easily with very little downtime in between. The Cinedeck for SI-3D utilizes the SiliconDVR software for camera control via touchscreen interface and allowed for instant playback of files to verify the shots.

The SI-3D system has been getting a lot of attention lately from it's use on films such as "Saw 3D" and "Jackass 3D." The SI-2K (camera head for 2D) was also the primary camera on Oscar-winner Danny Boyle's latest film, "127 Hours."

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Silicon Imaging SI-3D Test Shoot   Silicon Imaging SI-3D Test Shoot

Silicon Imaging SI-3D Test Shoot  Silicon Imaging SI-3D Test Shoot