Marshall Electronics to Showcase New CV420Ne Camera at InfoComm 2023
Marshall Electronics just debuted the CV420Ne, an NDI|HX3 version of its 100-degree angle-of-view streaming POV camera. This camera offers digital robotic movement of pan, tilt and zoom of HD resolutions digitally within the larger UHD (4K) sensor space. The CV420Ne claims to allow users to maintain access to ultra-wide angles along with usable digital zoom and lateral maneuvers within the sensor. It utilizes the new NDI|HX3 codecs with access to NDI5.5 tools, USB3.0 connectivity with Barco certification and traditional HDMI workflow for a diverse range of AV applications. Marshall will also showcase this new addition to its camera lineup at InfoComm 2023 (Booth 4107).
The CV420Ne features a 1/1.8” 4K sensor with 9.1 Megapixels, capable of 4K (UHD) resolution up to 60fps with support of ultra-clean HD resolutions. The camera’s 4.5-mm lens features an ultra-wide 100-degree angle of view delivering “high-quality video with no spherical distortion.” The CV420Ne’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, NDI|Tools, Camera Control Software, web browser GUI, OBS plug-ins, vMix and a host of other compatible soft codecs and devices.
Now with the latest NDI|HX3 codec, the camera can be incorporated into various streaming and production workflows. The CV420Ne is suitable for professional ProAV and broadcast applications including AV streaming, remote contribution, podcasting, video collaboration and a range of ProAV and UCC installations that require an ultra-high-quality networkable video source.
The CV420Ne’s design (4.5 inches long) measures 113 x 70 x 51 millimeters and comes with rear protection wings to avoid untimely cable disconnect drops. The CV420Ne has an audio 3.5-mm input (line/mic) embedded on all available outputs and can be controlled via remote control (included), NDI|Tools and/or USB. The CV420Ne also comes equipped with a front-facing Tally Light for livestreaming.