GNARBOX 2.0 Review | Backup your files whilst travelling
In this KitPlus User Review Video, Bucharest based cinematographer Ovidiu Gramesc gives us the GNARBOX 2.0 Review and how to backup your files whilst travelling.
Not all projects can afford a DIT in the budget and the GNARBOX 2.0 allows you to have the peace of mind of backing up your files on the go to multiple locations, not just the internal GNARBOX SSD.
GNARBOX gives you the bridge you need to connect to power editing apps such as LumaFusion and Affinity Photo for a true mobile workflow.
GNARBOX lets you go where your computer can’t. But when you get home, it becomes your working drive that integrates with your home system. It can even display your media via HDMI out.
GNARBOX is weatherproof, water resistant and super rugged and used by many professionals world wide including Philip Bloom and many others.
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