The Prime 41 camera was designed to accommodate both the performer and technician. The face of the camera was intended to be aesthetically simple and non-intimidating with clean geometric forms and unobtrusive light rings. This simple front-facing aesthetic minimizes visual noise and distractions for the performers, especially when considering a room can be filled with 20-30 cameras.
For the technicians, the back of the camera evokes technical precision through the machined aluminum housings and exposed beam construction. The housings act as a durable protective shell while dissipating heat through the exposed rear heat sink fins. These fins eliminate the need for internal fans thus making the product quiet yet cool during use.
The camera was also designed for modularity. The housings are connected through chrome rods that can be adjusted to increase or decrease the overall length and accommodate different lens per the technician’s preference. Finally, the back of the unit presents a single point of interaction for setup. The technician only needs to press one button to sync the camera to the system and prepare for capture.