When you’re shooting a major motion picture or television show and capturing digitally, a memory card isn’t always going to cut it as your recording media. Step up the the big leagues with the Codex line of products for capture, transfer, delivery, and archival of your project. Codex recorders use HD-SDI to record uncompressed or wavelet video plus audio and metadata onto removable data packs from cameras such as the ARRI D-21 or ALEXA, Panasonic AJ-HDC27 VariCam, Panavision Genesis, Sony F23 or F35, Thomson Grass Valley Viper or any other HD-SDI equipped camera. You can then offload footage faster than real time with the Codex Transfer Station for Mac OS X or the Codex Digital Labs. Codex recorders are currently being used with the Arri ALEXA by Roger Deakins, ASC, BSC and that would seem like a pretty good endorsement.