The exclusive agreement centres on the two companies jointly offering complimentary services for uncompressed data shoots using digital cameras such as the Sony F35, Red One or Thomson Viper.
"The model for location shoots is changing," explained Rogue Element Films owner Dan Mulligan. "You can't be a one product offering. Producers want a service that embraces the whole shooting culture so companies need to be all-rounders.
"This new alliance will allow us to provides a services to producers so they can quickly and efficiently shoot digital, process on set and have their content delivered to the right people in the right way."
Digilab's Marc Dando added: “I think the benefits to producers are very clear, they can rely on Digilab for a consistent level of service with different cameras from the various rental companies with the knowledge their shoot is safe.”
Rogue Element Film will provide camera kit, technical back-up and liaise with the crew.
Digilab will be the direct link from location to editorial, managing the data and on-set processing after an image is captured and handling camera masters, back-ups and post-deliverables.