A prototype system originally built to film marine archeological discoveries in the depths of Egypt, this system was made to be modular. With a simple adjustment of the mounting position, the E2X4 system can be mounted to a diver-driven sled (shown), mounted on scooters, or placed upon a tripod for static capture. This is key for the success of a cinematic system that is being taken in extreme environments to create immersive expereinces for the audience. Made to house 4 Z-Cam E2s, this system simantenously records video in 16K and stores up to four hours of continous footage. The control module has a bright 5″ 4K LED screen, controlled through a button deck, allowing the diver to make creative choices underwater.