Delkin Supports You Through Every Step of Your Workflow

 

From even before you snap your first shot to after your last, Delkin is here to ensure your photo/video shoot goes as smooth as humanly possible by supporting every stage of your workflow. All of our products are specifically designed to meet the needs of each stage and guarantee flawless results. Here’s a couple things to consider at each stage:

 

Pre-Shoot: Checking Can Save Your Life

Prior to each shoot, it’s typically good to double-check your camera’s sensor chamber for any form of debris. Contaminants, whether it’s dry particles that have statically accumulated or moisture that has chemically bonded onto the sensor surface, can result in a laborious and time-consuming post-process stage where the object will either have to be digitally removed (frame-by-frame for video) or labeled as completely unusable and reshot. With Delkin’s SensorScope System DSLR & Mirrorless Camera Travel Kit, this all-inclusive sensor cleaning package provides the safest, most effective removal solution for guaranteed clear, contaminant-free images.

 

During the Shoot: Reliable Equipment Prevents any Unexpected Issues

There is nothing worse than having issues arise in the middle of an event, especially when it has to do with your memory card! One of the most common issues to occur is a filled camera buffer because the card being used is either outdated or too slow. Make sure you’re using relatively current cards, specifically ones that can meet the particular demands of your camera, so that you never miss out on those once-in-a-lifetime moments. Delkin’s product mix features a wide array of memory cards, including Secure Digital, microSD, CompactFlash, CFast 2.0, XQD, as well as Solid-State Drives (SSDs). Each card and drive undergoes an extensive series of tests in order to ensure compatibility in today’s cameras and are designed to meet the needs of every type of photographer and videographer, from beginners to professionals.

 

Now what if you wanted to get creative and capture photos and/or video footage from a moving vehicle? Offering a wide array of mounting angles and options, including suction cup, clamp and screw designs, Delkin Fat Gecko camera mounts give photo and video enthusiasts the ability to capture shots from perspectives only imaginable. This includes the top of a snowboard, the helmet of a base jumper, even the side of a speeding race car.

 

Post-Shoot: Transfer Speed is a Difference Maker

Once the event is over, it’s time to edit! But it’s not that simple – you first need to copy the files from each memory card onto your computer, which can take some time depending on your particular setup. Computers built with only USB 2.0 ports can only transfer data at maximum speeds of 60MB/s, which is over ten times slower than the capabilities of USB 3.0 (up to 625MB/s). Utilizing the latest high-speed USB 3.0/3.1 technology, Delkin memory card readers are capable of transferring large amounts of data, such as high-res RAW images, 8K, 4K, 2K & 3D videos, in a quick and efficient manner. The improved user workflow reduces transfer time dramatically and allows you to view and work on your files sooner. Delkin’s extensive line of readers supports today’s most popular memory card formats, including SD/SDHC/SDXC, CompactFlash, microSD/microSDHC/microSDXC, CFast 2.0 & XQD.

 

But wait! What if you want to edit while on-the-go and are also strapped for storage space? Delkin’s 1TB USB 3.0 RhinoDrive External Solid-State Drive (SSD) provides fast, reliable storage for your most precious files in a convenient, travel-friendly device. Boasting read/write speeds up to 400MB/s and 300MB/s respectively, the drive boots up in seconds for immediate file access and faster overall performance.

 

From pre to post, through thick and thin, Delkin is with you every step of the way! Delkin strives to provide only the best for its customers and takes pride in the high-standard it sets for performance, quality and reliability.

 

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