(London, United Kingdom--May 22, 2013) Codex will demonstrate Vault 2, the latest iteration of its industry-leading line of location-based media management environments, at Cine Gear Expo, May 31 through June 2 in Hollywood. The Vault, which has been used on a number of recent feature productions including Marvel’s blockbuster Iron Man 3, now supports Sony’s F5 and F55 cameras. It also includes support for REDMAGs used by RED Epic and Scarlet cameras.
Introduced in 2012, the Vault facilitates fast transfers of camera data, archiving to LTO tape and automated production management. It has been embraced by some of the industry’s top camera rental houses including Otto Nemenz, Claremont Camera and the ARRI Rental Group, as well as movie and television studios such as Marvel, HBO and Disney
Other new Vault features include a Codex Review Module that allows for playback of original camera media (including 4K) directly through Vault for QC and review. A new Removable Storage Module features 8-terabytes of storage capacity. It can be used as a substitute for internal storage, providing greater flexibility and the ability to quickly increase storage capacity.
will also be showing the recently released internal recording module, co-developed with ARRI, for ARRI’s Alexa camera. The XR Module is a side panel that replaces Alexa’s SxS Module. It allows internal recording of ARRIRAW at speeds up to 120 fps (16:9) onto an exceptionally fast 512 GB XR Capture Drive. The module facilitates untethered shooting in a smaller camera configuration. Apple ProRes can also be captured to the XR Capture Drive for significantly longer recording times. All new ARRI Alexa XT cameras will include the XR Module.
Additionally, Codex will be showing simple, streamlined workflows for RED, Sony, GoPro, ARRI and Canon cameras.
Codex recording and workflow technology has been used in hundreds of film productions worldwide. Recent productions that have relied on Codex products include World War Z, The Host, Iron Man 3, Admission, The Wolverine, White House Down, The Lone Ranger, Trance
and The Internship
. Current productions employing Codex products include Prisoners, X Men: Days of Future Past, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Animal Rescue, Thor: The Dark World
and The Man Who Sold the World.
About Codex Digital
Codex Digital, who are based in London, England design and manufacture high-end digital equipment for motion picture and television production, products include the award-winning high-resolution media recorders and a range of media management stations to manage the entire workflow of a digital production from set to post production. The company is setting new standards for end-to-end production workflow.
For more information please visit http://www.codexdigital.com