New CV420e features an Impressive 9 1/2 megapixel 4K sensor and USB3.0, IP and HDMI capabilities.
Marshall Electronics announces the release of the CV420e, it’s first-ever digital PTZ (ePTZ) camera at the 2022 IBC Show. The CV420e is suitable for professional broadcast and proAV applications including professional sporting events, reality television, broadcast trucks, weather vehicles and a range of AV installations that require an ultra-high quality networkable video source.
The CV420e features a high performance 9 1/2 Megapixel 4K sensor capable of 4K (UHD) resolution up to 60fps with ultra-clean HD resolutions. The 4.5mm lens features a wide angle, over 100-degree field of view that delivers crystal clear video with minimal distortion. The CV420e’s digital pan, tilt and zoom comes with more than 250 presets that are savable and selectable from any number of command sources including IR remote, video management software, web browser GUI, OBS plugins, vMix and a host of other compatible soft codecs and devices.
The CV420e’s compact and durable design (4.5 inches long) measures 113 x 70 x 51mm and comes with rear protection wings to avoid untimely cable disconnect drops. The CV420e has an audio 3.5mm input (line/mic) embedded on all available outputs and can be controlled via remote control (included), Ethernet (IP) and/or USB. The CV420e also comes equipped with a front facing Tally Light for LIVE and available designations and OBS Plugins/Docks, VMS, vMix, Clickshare and more.
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