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Blackmagic Cloud Pod
Blackmagic Cloud Pod
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Blackmagic Cloud Pod

$559.00 $625.00
  • Vendor: Blackmagic Design
  • Product Type: Storage Devices

The Blackmagic Cloud Pod lets you turn any USB-C disk into network storage. That’s perfect when you want to share a media disk recorded on a camera with multiple users on your network. It features a high speed 10G Ethernet connection for extremely fast file access. It’s fast, even with lots of simultaneous users all accessing files at the same time! With Dropbox live sync, files can be distributed between multiple units globally, for very fast local file access, even on lower cost internet connections. Plus you don't need IT consultants as it's easy to use. There's even an HDMI monitor output! Blackmagic Cloud Pod is the perfect solution for sharing files on your network!

Designed for Film and Television

Blackmagic Cloud Pod will transform customer's work! It's perfect and television because you can record onto USB-C flash disks and then use the Blackmagic Cloud Pod to make the disk available on the network for multiple editors and colorists to use. Depending on the brand of USB-C flash disk used, it even handles massive 12K Blackmagic RAW digital cinema files! USB-C flash disks are amazing because they are affordable, have zero seek times and you can buy them in any office supply store. Dropbox sync allows you to place pods in different locations so everyone can have a fast local copy of their files. Then each location gets the fastest editing experience possible.

Portable and Quiet Design

Blackmagic Cloud Pod features an extremely small and thin design because it doesn't have any storage internally! It’s also very quiet and very portable! It features two USB-C ports so it can host two separate USB disks on your network at the same time. The 10G Ethernet port means you get extremely high performance. There is also an HDMI monitoring output so you can watch a live graphic view of the storage operating on a TV or monitor. Along the front there is a status light that shows disk activity, so you know when the USB-C disk is being accessed. There's also a DC power connection so you can use the included power supply, or run it from a battery when it’s used on location.

For more information head over to the Blackmagic website

 

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