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Marshall adds 4K PTZ models

Marshall adds 4K PTZ models

Marshall adds 4K PTZ models

The cameras boast a flexible 340° horizontal pan range with 120° vertical tilt

Two NDI 4K PTZ camera models have been added to Marshall Electronics’ lineup: the CV730-NDI and CV630-NDI. The CV730-NDI features 4K60 over simultaneous 12G-SDI, HDMI2.0 and NDI|HX with up to 3840x2160p UHD resolution at 60fps. The CV630-NDI features up to 3840x2160p UHD resolution at 30fps with 3G-SDI, HDMI and NDI|HX. Both models contain an extended 30x optical zoom range wrapped around a high-performing Sony broadcast sensor – the CV730 starts at a 65° angle-of-view and the CV630 starts at a 70° angle-of-view all the way out to 200mm, allowing operators to pull long shots closer with an extended zoom range. The cameras boast a flexible 340° horizontal pan range with 120° vertical tilt, giving them a wide range of movement when capturing high-quality UHD or HD video.


Meanwhile, the ML-454 Quad 4.5-inch rack monitor features four high-resolution screens in only two rack units. It supports a range of inputs including HDMI, 3G-SDI and composite. Both SDI and composite inputs have active loop through with independent tallies and controls on each screen. The monitor also features front panel access to functions, such as aspect ratio, marker and backlight level. The ML-454’s four 1280x800 pixel LCD screens are mounted in a tilting design that reportedly allows users to achieve the best viewing angle even at the top of a tall rack. Adjustable backlight accommodates indoor or outdoor applications. The monitor is ideal for a range of remote applications such as houses of worship or any other type of production that has a variety of sources.

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