How to Manage the Onslaught of Data Produced by RED Epic Cameras RED Epic cameras are the bees’ knees in camera tech, but their data throughput makes using typical storage options seem like filling a water balloon with a fire hose. Vincent Laforet gives us a look at how his team handles the deluge.

Shooting on the RED Epic in full 5k resolution eats up a preposterous 3-5 GB per minute. They also shot with a Hasselblad H4D, EOS 5D Mark II, EOS 7D, and EOS 1D Mark IV, each of which shot RAW images at about 40MP each. Their workflow is really impressive—and informative—but I can’t help but imagine them blowing through those 128GB SSDs and tossing them aside like empty clips in a Stallone movie. [Vincent Laforet]

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