With the prevelance and popularity of Blackmagic Design’s cameras, there’s plenty of need for SSD storage and transfer solutions. The best drives we’ve encountered for such purposes come from Akitio, so we made sure to stop at their CineGear 2015 booth and find out more about some of the products that pair great with Blackmagic’s cameras.
This dual bay storage enclosure with HDMI video output was built for professionals that demand not only lightning fast transfer speeds but also extreme flexibility. The dual interface with Thunderbolt 2 and USB 3.0 guarantees compatibility with all systems and the user configurable hardware RAID controller provides either maximum speed, large storage capacity or peace of mind with data redundancy. Installation and replacement of the 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch drives is made extra easy with the unique tool-less design.
The AKiTiO Thunder SATA Go features an all-aluminum, unibody design. It allows users to connect their SATA storage and RAID devices, but does so in an extremely portable, bus powered solution. The Thunder SATA Go can also be used to connect an SSD directly to a laptop computer so that content editing can be done in the field with transfer speeds of up to 550MB/s.
The Neutrino Bridge is a two in one product designed to hold a single 2.5″ drive. It is both a 2.5″ to 3.5″ drive adapter with a regular internal SATA interface as well as a next generation USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10G) drive when connected externally. Quickly and easily accessing the data on an SSD has never been easier and faster than with this dual interface drive adapter.
The world’s fastest portable Thunderbolt™ 2 storage drive with dedicated 4K enabled HDMI connector in the market. This professional Thunderbolt storage device comes with a set of preinstalled M.2 PCIe SSD modules, not only providing extremely fast data transfer rates but also plenty of storage capacity. The portable AKiTiO Thunder2 Storage-AV is fanless and noiseless, ideal for quiet environments.
For more information on each of the products click the link above, and be sure to visit Akitio.com for more.