The new HD POV cameras support all frame rates in each model.
Marshall Electronics has developed its next generation of high definition POV cameras that improve upon nearly every feature of its existing lineup. The current line of Marshall POV cameras are now used for a wide range of professional applications; from broadcast to remote education, telemedicine and remote research analysis, as well as streaming worship services, live event and reality television production.
In adding new features and functionality, Marshall collaborated directly with integrators to develop four new POV cameras. The new models enable field-upgradable firmware updates as new features are added.
The new model numbers include the CV503, the CV506, the CV344 and the CV346 and support all frame rates in each model. In addition, newly added stereo audio inputs and 23.98 fps for TV and cinema production is now standard on all models. The upgraded POV camera line also features a new body style with locking I/O connections, and the addition of white clip and pedestal control with remote image adjustment capability.
Like its predecessors, the new Marshall POV cameras feature industry-leading low power consumption and ultra-low light technology to offer the lowest noise ratio on the market today, allowing users to capture sharp, vivid color images in all sorts of light conditions. They also continue to offer focal length and field-of-view flexibility with interchangeable lenses, remote control over RS485, and the convenience of full-size 3G/HD-SDI and HDMI outputs to maintain broadcast-level standards for POV camera applications.
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