InfoComm 2023: What Are You Excited About?

January 1, 2023

 

The rapidly evolving world of technology continues to amaze us with its relentless pursuit of innovation. As we gear up for the highly anticipated Infocomm 2023 event in Orlando this June, Marshall Electronics is set to dazzle attendees with an impressive array of cutting-edge camera solutions. On the latest episode of Marshall Broadcast & ProAV, Todd Musgrave, the Senior VP of Cameras for Marshall Electronics, reveals that they will be showcasing a treasure trove of new offerings at Booth number 4107.

One of the standout products that Marshall will be unveiling is the 420 Any camera, a miniature marvel that operates on an AV over IP network. This camera boasts a host of remarkable features, including USB connectivity, NDHX3, SRT, and AV over IP codecs with low latency. The camera’s ability to maintain the video quality while transmitting lossless video over the network is truly a game-changer. Furthermore, it also provides HDMI output, ensuring compatibility with a wide range of devices. Notably, the 420 Any camera has received certifications from industry giants like Barco and Zoom, a testament to its extraordinary capabilities.

In addition to the 420 Any camera, Marshall will be introducing the 370 and 570 series of networkable PoV (Point of View) cameras. These cameras, equipped with NDI HX3, HDMI connectivity, and remote adjustable features, offer remarkable versatility and performance. With interchangeable lenses, users can effortlessly customize the angle of view or the field of view to suit their specific requirements. Marshall’s commitment to delivering powerful yet user-friendly solutions is evident in these PoV cameras.

But Marshall Electronics doesn’t stop there. Recognizing the need for more accessible options, they have developed the 605 camera, an entry-level gem with an impressively wide 85-degree angle of view and a 5x optical zoom. This camera, positioned at an affordable price point, opens up exciting possibilities for users looking to venture into the world of professional video production. Additionally, the forthcoming CV610 with 10x optical zoom and USB interface, along with its Barco certification, promises to be a versatile tool for a range of applications.

As if the lineup couldn’t get any more impressive, Marshall Electronics has also created the 730 BHN camera, a high-bandwidth NDI camera boasting a remarkable 30x optical zoom. With its 4k60 capability and stunning HD resolutions, this camera with larger sensors truly elevates the visual experience to new heights.

What ties all these remarkable cameras together is the use of state-of-the-art Sony sensors. Marshall Electronics has upgraded their entire camera range to incorporate these latest sensor technologies, resulting in enhanced color reproduction and improved clarity. Furthermore, the compatibility with previous models’ M12 and CS mount lenses ensures a seamless transition for existing users, while delivering a significantly improved performance.

With their unwavering dedication to innovation and an extensive lineup of exceptional products, Marshall Electronics is set to make a splash at Infocomm 2023. Todd Musgrave’s excitement and eagerness to showcase their latest creations are palpable. So mark your calendars, be prepared to be amazed, and don’t miss the opportunity to witness the future of camera technology firsthand at Marshall’s booth.

And now, over to Todd Musgrave, the Senior VP of Cameras for Marshall Electronics, who will delve deeper into the extraordinary features and capabilities of their groundbreaking camera range. Get ready for a captivating journey through the world of Marshall Electronics’ state-of-the-art cameras.

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