Marshall Electronics Introduces Two IP Cameras With 30X Optical Zoom
Marshall Electronic has introduced a new line of 8.5 Megapixel IP Cameras with smooth 30x Optical Zoom and triple-stream H.265/H.264/MJPEG capabilities.
Marshall said the CV420-30X-IP model delivers up to UHD (3840x2160p) resolution at 60fps through simultaneous HDMI and IP streams, while the CV355-30X-IP delivers up to HD (1920x1080p) resolution at 60fps through 3G/HD-SDI (BNC), IP and HDMI.
Both models start with a high performance Sony 8.5 Megapixel 1/2.5-inch sensor and 30x optical zoom block, providing flexible integration in networked HD and UHD workflows where image quality, reliability and versatility are of utmost concern.
The 30X optical zoom range offers a flexible 4.6mm to 135mm focal length range, providing a 68-degree horizontal angle-of-view (AOV) at its widest through three degrees when fully extended. It maintains image crispness in both wide and tight shots from longer distances.
The IP ethernet I/O port supports triple stream H.265/H.264/MJPEG video with MPEG-TS support, common IP control protocols and power (PoE) over a single Ethernet cable with stereo audio embedding through a 3.5mm input on the rear panel.
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