Codex Digital Adds ARRI Alexa Studio Support
Codex Digital, the leading developer of digital media recorders and media management systems for film and television production, today announces full support for the new ARRI Alexa Studio.
The combination of the Alexa Studio, with its 4:3 sensor and optical viewfinder, and the Codex Onboard Recorder, is already proving to be a popular choice for feature films. The combination is currently being used on films such as Skyfall (Roger Deakins, ASC, BSC) and The Lone Ranger (Bojan Bozelli, ASC).
Codex ARRIRAW Plus and the Codex Onboard recorders can record up to 48 frames per second of ARRIRAW from the Alexa Studio in 4:3 mode, using Codex’ new high speed data packs. In 16:9 mode, it is possible to record up to 60 frames per second using regular Codex data packs, as is currently done with the Alexa and Alexa Plus.
Codex Digital has also released a new build for the Codex Transfer Station for Mac OS X. The build is required when using Codex equipment employed in tandem with the ARRI Alexa Studio camera. (Upgrading is not recommended for productions in progress.)
Codex Digital works closely with ARRI and other leading camera manufactures in order to support new cameras and camera features.
For more information please visit www.codexdigital.com.