Peripheral and storage manufacturer LaCie has unveiled a new external hard drive they have created this week in the form of the DJI Copilot. Designed specifically for drone pilots and photographers enabling users to easily transferring footage recorded from drones and cameras. The rugged portable external hard drive offers 2TB of storage and is compatible with both iOS and Android smartphones and tablets. Equipped with a handy Lightning connector that allows the drive to connect directly to your Apple mobile hardware or microUSB for Android devices.
LaCie explains that the 2TB storage capacity is capable of holding up to 65 hours of 4K Ultra HD footage @ 30fps or roughly 20,000 RAW photos. Thanks to the devices smartphone support users can playback video, rename files and delete anything no longer required, directly from their smartphone screen using the companion Copilot BOSS application. The DJI Copilot external drive removes the need for a PC connection to download footage and can be used while away from your home or office. Allowing cameras to be connected directly to the storage device with a status screen alerting you when a transfer is complete.
Priced at $349 the LaCie DJI Copilot external storage will be available to purchase during the spring months of 2018 throughout the US, although no further details have been announced regards worldwide availability. But as soon as more details are announced by LaCie we will keep you informed as always. For now jump over to the official LaCie website for full specifications and purchasing options via the link below.
Source: LaCieFiled Under: Hardware, Top News