In this week's video filmmaker Khaled Spiewak gives his verdict on the G-Technology G-Raid Thunderbolt 3 system. The G-Raid is a single unit with removable drives, yet portable enough to be transported to different locations easily. In this video Khaled takes us through his experiences using the drive over a long period while shooting and editing an independent feature.
13 Sep 2018
Thinking about some new editing storage? Watch our long-term video review of G-Technology's G-RAID
- Written by RedShark News Staff
We take G-Technology's G-Raid system with Thunderbolt 3 through its paces in this long term video review.
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