Watch interview by clicking link: Greg Foster (President of IMAX Entertainment) on the red carpet at the world premiere of Michael Bay‘s Transformers: Age of Extinction in Hong Kong. As we previously reported, Bay used the new IMAX 4K 3D digital cameras to shoot a tremendous amount of Transformers 4, and when you see it in IMAX about 60% of the movie will use the full IMAX aspect ratio. It’s absolutely the best way to experience this movie. During the interview Foster talked about the new cameras, how Bay originally had them for two weeks but decided to keep them for the entire shoot, how IMAX will do future upgrades to the camera, and more. I Hit the jump to watch the interview. Greg Foster: Talks about the new IMAX 4K 3D digital cameras and how Michael Bay got access to them. Explains how they had to build a 2nd camera for Bay. 60% of Transformers: Age of Extinction is using the full IMAX aspect ratio. 2:00 – How the camera weighs 25 pounds. 2:45 – Who else is using these new cameras? I try and get him to confirm J.J. Abrams is using them on Star Wars: Episode 7 3:30 – When the upgrade for the next resolution happens will it be a firmware upgrade or chip set? Read more at Greg Foster Talks TRANSFORMERS 4 and IMAX 4K 3D Digital Camera Transformers 4: Age of Extinction, opening next Friday all across the United States, clocks in at 150 minutes jam-packed with rippling muscles, swooping action shots, and earth-shattering explosions. Somewhere within there are 30 minutes shot with an IMAX camera—the first digital 3D IMAX camera the company has yet developed. How will you know which ones they are? They’ll likely be the most vivid, most thrilling, most awesome 30 minutes of the movie. http://www.fastcompany.com/3032185/can-imaxs-new-camera-make-big-movies-worth-big-moneyhttp://www.fastcompany.com/3032185/can-imaxs-new-camera-make-big-movies-worth-big-money Don't know if its only 30 minutes of footage shot with Imax 3d camera. I hope its more than that. Not sure how reliable the source is.