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    I won't say if I've landed on an iceberg or not, but I will certainly say I've been "very north" and swapped mags on the edge of an icy cliff with the heli trying to blow me of the edge with no other possible landing sites around to load up fresh media because the light was so damn good and I was Limp Bizkit-style Rolling, Rolling, Rolling. This allows for this issue to essentially be solved in that world. Also helps on some more studio-style stuff where camera seems to just be up and rolling more. Doing a lot more on the roll takes these days.
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    Wish I sold my current mags, like yesterday
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    This looks great.
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    Think you can edit directly off that mag using that usb-c in those most extreme situations where you wanna get content out immediately and during shoots?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samir Patel View Post
    Think you can edit directly off that mag using that usb-c in those most extreme situations where you wanna get content out immediately and during shoots?
    I don't see why not.
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    What is the USB - C read speed ?

    never mind . I think based on its MSATA m2 SSD its about 500 MB/sec ... This is still awesome

    Big question is what will happen if I put in one of my m2 Samsung 970 Plus blades ?
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    Typically around 480MB/s - assuming your target drive keeps up and the bus isn't congested.
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    That USB-C connection is genius.
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    It's got aloo-mini-um billets. Sold.
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    Great to have an example of how to go about making a product the proper way and not be an idiot about it. Really makes it clear exactly what was going on in that "other" situation.

    Great idea to add the USB-C port! So sick to not need a reader if you are on the go. I'm sure you will sell a ton of these.
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