Marshall Debuts CV502-U3 High-Definition USB POV Camera

Marshall Electronics debuted its CV502-U3 High-Definition USB POV Camera at InfoComm. Designed for the ProAV and UCC markets, the CV502-U3 has plug-and-play connectivity on any Mac, PC or Linux system supporting USB 3.0 input infrastructure and uses video capture drivers included with common computer software and soft codecs. Utilizing UVC 1.5, common teleconference and video capture programs can adapt best resolution and frame rate for optimal performance. Marshall also offers free downloadable software for manual adjustment and control where applications require it.

Using the same sensor and processor as the top-selling Marshall CV502, CV505 and CV565 miniature cameras, the CV502-U3 delivers up to 1920x1080p resolution at 60/59.94/50 frame rates. With a very low 0.2 lux (color) minimum light sensitivity, the CV502-U3 captures accurate, sharp color images even under low-light conditions. The CV502-U3 ships with an ultra-wide 2.3mm 126° Angle-of-View (AOV) HD lens that is interchangeable in order to customize it for specific applications. Marshall offers a wide assortment of lens options for a fully-customizable AOV and focal length per camera position within an installation.

The CV502-U3 includes the CVM-5, an adjustable, heavy-duty monitor/desk mount clip that can be positioned and adapted to any installation using a common 1/4”-20 tripod interface. Ideal as a permanent fixture in huddle rooms and conference rooms, the CVM-5 is also flexible to enable ideal positioning for the right shot during podcasts and livestreams. The CV502-U3 includes a 2-meter (6.5’) USB 3.0 cable with thumb-screw locks, allowing multiple users to setup quickly and adjust without worry of a loose cable connection.

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