Here's how to use hard disks on a mountain top

Written by RedShark News Staff

RedShark/G-TechnologyKamil Tamiola

How do you deal with putting your data on hard disks when you're up a mountain? Kamil Tamiola explains

We've been working alongside G-Technology to make a short series of interviews that talk about acquisition, production and backup strategies with leading figures in the industry.

Here's an interview from PhotoKina (in Cologne, Germany, September 2014) with Kamil Tamiola, a multi-skilled, multi-lingual filmmaker and photographer, who works at high altitude, and in the cold, to make spectacular-looking action footage.

 

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