External Hard Drive for Travel — LaCie DJI Copilot BOSS (No Laptop Needed)

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AdamMannProductions says:

I like this but GNARBOX have already done this (albeit smaller storage) and WD has done a similar thing but NextoDi have been doing this type of thing for many many years. Would love to see a comparison between the Lacie, WD and GNARBOX

maurice porcelain says:


Chris Cloud says:

Gnarbox competition on the way

Mark Fisch says:

So my ipad pro is out of memory due. Does anyone know if I will be able to edit the videos right off the external hard drive with out loading the video directly to the ipad.

brian lewis says:

I need this, you dont realize how much footage 4k takes up until you record in it.

maurice porcelain says:

2TB stores over 60 hours of 4K video, based on 1 hour of 4K compressed footage at 30 fps that creates 30GB of data


Very Cool

Junaid Kureshi says:

It has everything what i have been looking for except bulky design and expensive price point.

Paul Groseclose says:

This is so freakin cool!

Mitchell Zenda-Johnson says:

So like a GnarBox?

saurabh459 says:

Make it in SSD

kodefa Shmodefa says:

Shopping for devices that do this sort of thing and the price for this is around 380ish. There are alot of other devices out there same capacity 1/3 of the price. I guess this looks cool but i cant bring myself to pay that much for 2tb

KwasnikPictures says:

Wait… So you can’t charge it with a USB C?… The gnarbox 2.0 does it.

Carl Hewlett says:

Very cool

CapturedbyMD 1 says:

Is this an SSD or HDD?

azizul zulzaha says:

ssd or hdd?

Heather Anne Ultimate Travel Adventures says:

Thanks so much for posting this. I take long trips capturing travel video footage for my channel and I never have enough room to store it all – plus I worry about my files getting corrupted or inadvertently erased (been there done that!!) I can’t simply re-film this content later if anything happens, so having enough storage, and safe storage, is exactly what I need and this drive seems to fit the bill perfectly.

Michael Devonport says:

The question I have is the hard drive Western Digital or Seagate? Reason being, I had Seagate hard drive failure an it cost me $1300 to recover the data. Any information would be most helpful.

Thank you

Freelance Society says:

Trying to find this answer, but I am assuming you can connect another drive to this and transfer footage? As a backup.

Josiah Cohen says:

will this charge via USB-C?

Fritz Colcol says:

Product looks decent. Gotta check it out!

Arty Bryja says:

Bro hate to say it but you look tired man

MoAlamin says:

Western digital my passport pro….

Johnny Ring says:

It states that you will be able to charge your phone via this device but nothing about the mAh. Anyone knows?

Sheila House says:

What all does the software allow??

Christoph Rödiger says:

Is this a mechanical hard drive?

Caprice Guarino says:

Does Western Digital have anything similar?

mrz 1342 says:

Hi what’s the advantage of this vs the wireless version? Pls advice

Nate's Escape says:

So could i plug in a memory card reader with a cfast card?

Shawn Parker says:

The copilot looks legit for out in the field. I’m wondering what you think of using Google Drive for storage instead of managing a server or having to store multiple hard drives?

apoorva kumar says:

Amazing.. Love your videos.

Bartosz Twaróg says:

can you charge it from a powerbank on the go?

Scott Hervieux Photography, Art, and More says:

Please do a compare between the copilot and the gnarbox. Including the apps.

Joel M. Films says:

Any idea how fast it can back up a SDXC card (95mbs) and how it compares to the WD passport wireless SSD. I’m wondering if I should wait for it.

ucheucheuche says:

That LaCie Copilot reminds me of the Jobo GIGA Vu PRO Evolution, years ago.

Achisachis73 says:

too expensive!

Roaming Foodie says:

Pop filter is your friend

Marko Milojković says:

thought it was pronounced lacy…welp

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