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  1. Price : $33,000.00 Qty.-1 SNS-48TB16BAYDR6 SNS EVO Base System: 3U, 64bitMulti-core CPU, 16 SATA Bay, 48 TB RAW (8 x 6TB SATA6Gb/s), 4 x Gbe Ports (iSCSI/NAS)*Qty.-2 SNS-ETH-2x10G-CSNS-ETH-2x10G-C SNS EVO Ethernet Expansion: 2 x 10GbCopper Ethernet (iSCSI/NAS) Ports, Upgrade License, 1 yrhardware maintenance*Qty.-1 SNS-100HDD: SATA6TB-6GB/SSNS-100HDD: SATA 6TB-6Gb/s SNS SNS Rated 6TB7200RPM Enterprise SATA Hard Drive 6Gb/s for EVOQty.-1 TRIP-SMART1500RM2U TRIP-SMART1500RM2U Tripp Lite Smart Pro UPS 1500VARM 2RU 120v*Qty.-3 ATTO-TLNT-2102-D01ATTO-TLNT-2102-D01 ATTO TLNT-2102-D01 2-Port 20G
  2. Dear cinematography community, I have build my self a good pc system for various tasks such as: editing, color grading etc. My main fast hard drive for projects was a 1Tb M.2 SSD. It has been working really good (maybe a bit overkill). Now I ran in to a problem that most of the projects I work on are bigger than 1Tb and now I need a new solution for a fast storage system / drive to do editing and color grading with big RAW files. I have been looking into the Samsung 4Tb SSD (2.5") which would work but if a project is just a little over 4Tb than that would not work. So does anybo
  3. Hi guys! As my career progresses I've found myself without an adequate solution for storing my footage and old projects. I try to cut a new reel every year or so, and right now to get to work I need to have as many as 8 separate HDDs plugged in. These are mostly personal drives or backup drives from the projects themselves. I'd love to build myself one giant tower of hard drives that I could have everything on and which would be RAID-0 for safety, but I've never built such a thing before. I've got around 10TB of footage to store right now, but would like to be future proofed, so some kind of e
  4. Hello everyone, In March of this year i bought from kodak 3 rolls of 16mm film stock 500T (400 ft. each). They were intended to use for a shortfilm, but we ended up using only one. The two remaining have been keept refrigerated ever since, both are unopened. I'm planning to use this rolls for a stopmotion animation, but i wont be able to start shooting until May 2018. In the meantime i have to transport this rolls to another place to keep them storaged. So my question is: Could the rolls be damaged if i keep them out of the refrigeration for a few hours and then refrigerated ag
  5. I recently purchased some Kodak Vision3 re-cans and short-ends film stock. I’ve read differing opinions in regards to refrigerating versus freezing the film. Some have recommended to not freeze the film as it may be damaged from the process. Is there any general consensus as to the best practice for storing film? Kodak literature states that freezing film is an appropriate step for longer term storage (more than six months). I don’t know when I may use it and if the time period will exceed six months. Can I promptly freeze the film to slow the degradation process? With my film stock being
  6. How do you store your gels? I spent some time searching and came up with nil here on the forums. The reason I am asking is because I am going from set to set, seeing various gels and filters being thrown in a tall trashbin or tub or something of the like, lacking any organization and efficiency. I am still fairly inexperienced and low-budget, and don't have means of a storage facility nor the luxury of storing them on frames. I'm beginning to grow my collection, from smaller rolled up 4x4 sheets to actual full rolls, and as they are fairly expensive, yet still expendable, I can't come up
  7. Hi, i'm in the market for some new memory cards for my Canon C100, I'm looking at the San Disk Extreme pro 32gb @ 95mb/s and the San Disk extreme 32gb @ 45mb/s. does anyone have any advice on these two products, plus maybe some advice on storage size? Cheers Gabe
  8. Greetings, I was wondering how people store their lenses? Be it 35mm SLR lenses, 16mm lenses, 35mm motion picture lenses, etc. How and in what do people store their lenses in? I see this nifty item on eBay:http://www.ebay.com/itm/48L-Digital-Control-dehumidify-dry-cabinet-box-for-Lens-Camera-equipment-storage-/220987679937?pt=US_Camera_Cases_Bags&hash=item3373e464c1 Would this be a wise investment for lens storage? I am also probably going to use it to store some super8 cameras ( since their lenses are non-removable ) and some lenses that I plan to acquire. I am just leery about t
  9. I was wondering what the protocol or standard practice is on storing processed Super-8 film. Bagged and in the refridgerator seems to be the concensus for undeveloped Super-8 film, but I've been having trouble finding any specific mention of what to do with processed Super-8 film. What do you guys typically do with your processed film?
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