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Header image for article Cine Gear 2016: Imagine Products ShotPut Pro Updates

Cine Gear 2016: Imagine Products ShotPut Pro Updates

This year at Cine Gear I got a chance to stop by the Imagine Products booth to take a look at what's coming up in ShotPut Pro 6.

ShotPut Pro is one of my favorite offloading programs, and Marketing Director Michelle Maddox was nice enough to walk me through some of the new features -- including a simpler, more intuitive UI and the ability to pause an offload. ShotPut Pro 6 is currently in beta and is expected to be released this summer.

Watch my video above to learn more!

Ian McCausland
Camera Technology Specialist, AbelCine LA

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