Pro Moviemaker Summer 2018

LaCie’s newRugged RAID Pro 4TB not only gives protection thanks to its tough build and rubber coating but also offers a built-in RAID to protect data thanks to two separate hard drives. It also comes with an integrated SD card reader, and the latest USB-C connector. It’s compatible with next-generation Thunderbolt 3 connections and with USB 3.0. LaCie is so confident of its products, the RAID Pro includes a three-year warranty with data recovery services and a one- month Adobe All-Apps Plan featuring Adobe Premier Pro, After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator CC andmore. With speeds of up to 240MB/s in RAID 0 and RAID, the drive is £319/$349. LaCie also showed the £139/$139 Rugged Secure 2TB drive which allows you to transport your data and keep it protected fromunauthorised access via self-encrypted technology. So if you lose your drive or someone steals it, they can’t access the data without your log-in credentials – even if they remove the drive from the case. It has USB-C, USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt 3. LaCie also launched Collective, an online community bringing together creative professionals to share ideas and hone their skills by collaborating with like-minded filmmakers, photographers and industry experts. The site hosts a select group of experts who will nurture talent by providing content and feedback during their residency.


Topnew kit comes toLondon If you couldn’t make it to Las Vegas for a hands-on with all the new kit, thenmake sure you get to London to see all that’s hot in filmmaking. Now in its third year, The Media Production Show (MPS) takes place on 12-13 June 2018 at London Olympia, and is ideally timed for some of the biggest names in the industry to present their latest products, technologies and services, many in their first UK outing. Changing formats and standards are impacting on the way that content is acquired, moved and stored. UHD, HDR, ProRes Raw, the transition to IP workflows and somuchmore will be covered in the free seminar stream, as well as on the show floor. Top names including Panasonic, Ikegami, Canon, Avid, Cooke Optics, Fujinon, Sharp and Rotolight are in attendance with their latest equipment. Many of the UK’s leading resellers and distributors such as XTFX, CCK, Jigsaw24, Digibox, Holdan, Altered Images and Global Distribution will also have a vast array of kit to pore over. The free seminar programme is one of the highlights of the show and goes from strength to strength each year. There are

stands at the show. This is often where you will find a genius gadget or fledgling technology that is set to revolutionise the industry, or at least make production life a little easier. Register for your free pass and keep up with the latest news at

leading experts across production, post, broadcast and live production lining up to share their experiences and advice. The programme includes masterclasses from cinematographer Kate Reid, documentary filmmakers Ed Perkins and JimGreayer, and wildlife cameraman Hecktor Skevington-Postles. On the audio side you can pick up tips on what sound editors andmixers need from sound editor and AMPS Fellow Chris Roberts, plus freelance dubbingmixer, ADR recordist and sound editor Emma Butt, and production soundmixer David Lascelles. Some of themost innovative ideas can be seen by hunting out some of the smaller



Powered by