A DIT (Digital Imaging Technician) is responsible for assisting the DP by controlling image quality, troubleshooting, on-set color correction, and managing production workflow. With all of those tasks, those interested in getting into this side of production might be wondering what kinds of tools the pros use. AbleCine shows you the anatomy of a DIT cart in this video series.

Whether you've worked with DITs extensively on films or you've never even heard of the term before, understanding how they contribute to a project is important. Learning what DITs are packing (so to speak), as well as how they deal with everything from I/O to data management is a great place to start.

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Source: AbelCine