London’s Take 2 Adds to Codex Inventory


The company, which has facilities in London and Cape Town, South Africa, has shown its commitment to Codex technology by buying 4 Codex Vaults as well as additional Codex M recorders and datapacks. Their 4 Vaults are currently shared between Cape Town and London, Although the season is due to start in CapeTown and the demand for Codex is increasing greatly, they are currently supporting projects such as the upcoming feature film production, “Zulu”. “We are excited to add to our Codex inventory in the UK and South Africa” explains Take 2’s Vince Wild. “We believe that the Codex Vault provides great benefits to our customers in terms of optimizing workflow and protecting their digital negative.” Take 2’s Martin Berry adds, “Codex’s superb customer support means that we can be comfortable that any equipment in remote locations will be fully supported around the clock. That was an important factor in our decision, particularly for our Cape Town location.” Take 2 has been in business since 1999 and has been renting out Codex equipment for over two years. Last year, its South Africa office provided Codex equipment, along with ARRI Alexa cameras to the feature film production, “Chronicle”.

Jeremiah Karpowicz

Jeremiah Karpowicz

Jeremiah Karpowicz moved to Los Angeles to become a screenwriter but quickly realized making a film was about much more than the script. He worked at a post house where films like Watchmen (2009), Gamer (2009), and Green Lantern (2011) came through the door, but settled in as the Executive Editor of ProVideo Coalition, a publication which pulls together content from working professionals across media & entertainment. He’s shot, edited, and posted video content from various trade shows for PVC and writes for the site regularly.