G-Technology collaborating with Atomos on "Media Platform"
RedSharkNews.com by Patrick Jong Taylor
Professional storage brand G-Technology continues its trend of collaboration through a recent partnership with Atomos.
While Cine Gear could be characterized as the smaller sibling of NAB Show, this year's Cine Gear had its share of news, much of it centering around collaborative efforts between companies, headlined by the reveal of the Panavision DXL camera, an upcoming 8K shooter sporting a RED Dragon sensor, Panavision body and Light Iron camera software. The theme of collaboration was echoed on the Canon booth, where the company showcased a C100 MK II kit aimed at wedding videographers and run-and-gunners, which included a DJI Ronin-M and Sennheiser wireless lavs.
In our initial Cine Gear 2016 coverage, we mentioned the G-Rack 12 server
and expansion racks which feature up to 120 TB of storage. G-Technology also exhibited recent and forthcoming products that were the results of the company's partnerships with some of the biggest names in the film tech industry.
RED and Atomos Hot-swappers
G-Technology showed off its G-Speed Studio XL line
, which has been exhibited in past shows. The 6 drive RAID also features 2 drive slots for Evolution series products for hot swapping for rapid offloading and copying for backups and distribution to post. The ev Series Reader for RED Mini Mags was on display, a hot swap system first introduced back at IBC 2015. The G-Technology Reader, which takes RED Mini Mags up to 1TB in size, ups the ante on RED's own Reader by leveraging Thunderbolt connectivity and speeds....[continue reading]