JVC Professional Video to Present New KY-PZ510 Series PTZ Cameras at InfoComm 2022

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JVC Professional Video, a division of JVCKENWOOD USA Corporation, will highlight its new KY-PZ510 Series PTZ Cameras for the installation market at InfoComm 2022 (Booth N1875). As the latest addition to JVC’s CONNECTED CAM™ remote production solutions, the new series includes four models, which feature 4K60P HEVC SRT streaming with multi-slice encoding technology to reduce latency and provide superior image quality. The cameras also boast a super-wide 80-degree field of view, which is perfect for studios, classrooms, corporate settings, event facilities, sports venues and houses of worship.

The series is comprised of the KY-PZ510, in black and white options, as well as the KY-PZ510N (black and white) with NDI® 5 support. The new PTZ cameras offer enhanced SMART auto-tracking, which can be set to automatically follow one person and allows users to select one of multiple people within its field of view. Additionally, the incorporated Vertical Interval Time Code (VITC) with Network Time Protocol (NTP) provides the new JVC PTZ cameras with multi-camera synchronization for seamless live event production.

Biamp Launches Vidi 150 Conferencing Camera

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Biamp, a leading supplier of professional audiovisual solutions, today announced the launch of Vidi 150, a new professional-grade conferencing camera for meeting spaces ranging from huddle rooms to small and medium-sized conference rooms. The introduction of the Vidi 150 expands Biamp’s portfolio of high-performance audiovisual solutions for modern meeting rooms, creating a full line of conferencing cameras and offering a range of features to enable high-quality video conferences with extraordinary simplicity and ease of use.

“Conferencing cameras are crucial to the complete collaboration experience our customers expect,” said Joe Andrulis, Executive Vice President of Corporate Development at Biamp. “The recently announced Vidi 100 is receiving excellent feedback for its value and essential features. Now the Vidi 150 joins our line of conferencing cameras, offering new auto-framing functionality and providing our customers with a wider array of video options to meet their unique conferencing needs.”

JVC Professional Video Announces New KY-PZ510 Series PTZ Cameras at NAB 2022

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JVC Professional Video, a division of JVCKENWOOD USA Corporation, unveils its new KY-PZ510 Series PTZ Cameras at NAB 2022 at JVC’s exclusive NAB suite in the Wynn Hotel — Fairway Villa. As the latest addition to JVC’s CONNECTED CAM™ remote production solutions, the new series includes four models, which feature 4K60P HEVC SRT streaming with multi-slice encoding technology to reduce latency and provide superior image quality. The cameras also boast a super-wide 80-degree field of view, which is perfect for studios, classrooms, corporate settings, event facilities, sports venues and houses of worship.

The series is comprised of the KY-PZ510, in black and white options, as well as the
KY-PZ510N (black and white) with NDI® 5 support. The new PTZ cameras also offer enhanced SMART auto-tracking, which can be set to automatically follow one person and allows users to select one of multiple people within its field of view. Additionally, the incorporated Vertical Interval Time Code (VITC) with Network Time Protocol (NTP) provides the new JVC PTZ cameras with multi-camera synchronization for seamless live event production.

Marshall Cameras Provide Next Level Performance and Seamless Integration for Virtual Learning at West Chester University

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When officials at West Chester University (WCU) were looking to adapt a virtual education model, they turned to IMS Technology Services to engineer a solution that most closely simulated in-person learning or better. IMS evaluated several options and ultimately designed and implemented a system based around the CV610-UB USB PTZ camera from Marshall Electronics.

“The classrooms at WCU were designed and built for in-person learning and had to adapt to become a backdrop for virtual learning,” says William Kiley, technical advisor, IMS. “The primary factors in IMS’ selection of the CV610-UB were its degree of flexibility, ease of use and excellent image quality. We have been spec’ing Marshall cameras for many years and knew it would be a perfect solution for this application.”

Marshall Showcases Global and Rolling Shutter Cameras with Genlock at NAB 2022

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At NAB 2022 (Booth C1307), Marshall Electronics, a leading manufacturer of broadcast and proAV cameras and equipment, will be highlighting its CV568/CV368 Global Shutter Cameras with Genlock and CV566/CV366 Rolling Shutter Cameras with Genlock. These new POV cameras feature the latest in sensor technology, with the CV568/CV368 Global Shutter Cameras having a 1/1.8” Global Shutter 3.2MP sensor and the CV566/CV366 Genlock POV cameras are built around the next generation Sony 1/2.8″ CMOS solid-state “rolling shutter” image sensor.

The CV568 and CV368 POV camera models offer an impressive 1/1.8” Global Shutter 3.2MP sensor and 25 percent larger pixel size, for ultra-fast, low latency capture even in low light environments. The CV568 Miniature HD Camera is built into the same durable miniature sized body as other Marshall CV503/CV506 cameras, and have rear panel protection, interchangeable M12 lenses, secure locking connections and remote adjust/match features. The CV368 Compact HD Camera follows the same body design as the CV344/CV346 cameras with slightly larger CS mount lens type and a wide variety of variable and fixed lens options available.

Marshall Introduces CV605-U3 USB-C PTZ Camera With IP

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Marshall Electronics, a leading manufacturer of broadcast and proAV cameras and equipment, has taken ease-of-use to the next level with the unveiling of its USB-based CV605-U3 PTZ Camera with USB-C, IP (Ethernet) and HDMI connectivity.

The CV605-U3 PTZ Camera offers flexible output options with USB-C and IP for video conference, collaboration and streaming. HDMI opens a wide range of options with HDMI monitoring or switching workflows, and IP (H.265/H.264) provides an easy one-cable to camera setup and operation. Certified by Zoom, the CV605-U3 can operate seamlessly within a Zoom Room infrastructure. It starts with a wide-angle 85° AOV with ultra-low distortion and high-quality video, which sets the standard much higher at this price point.

MSolutions Broadens AV Focus for ISE 2022

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MSolutions, a leading supplier of AV test devices and collaboration solutions, comes to ISE 2022 with a wider scope of AV solutions that brings greater focus to the collaboration room. Along with new innovations for its portable, all-in-one MS-TestPro AV test device, MSolutions will unveil a range of PTZ cameras and signal extenders built for meeting and learning spaces of all sizes. MSolutions will exhibit at 2P200.

MSolutions still has the entire AV industry in mind when it comes to systems integration. That makes the MS-TestPro (MS104B) the star of the show once again for ISE2022, with exciting twists that preview how MSolutions will evolve its portfolio to serve its fastest-growing verticals.

Marshall Electronics Brings Innovation Into Focus With Latest Cameras at IBC 2021

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Marshall Electronics, a leading provider of professional cameras, monitors and accessories for broadcast production, will be showcasing the latest additions to its award-winning line of cameras at IBC 2021 (Stand 12.D20). As part of its IBC display, Marshall is featuring some of its latest developments over the past year.

This includes its new entry-level CV605 5X HD60 IP PTZ Camera, which rounds out the brand’s family of PTZ cameras; the new CV420-30X 12GSDI all-in-one camera that supports 12GSDI, HDMI and IP (HEVC/SRT) simultaneous outputs; and two new Global Shutter models (CV568 and CV368) that produce crystal clear images even when capturing extreme motion.

eGlass to Debut World’s First Transparent Lightboard With Built-in Camera at InfoComm 2021

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Pathway Innovations, Inc, an innovative technology leader in the education and enterprise markets, today announced that its revolutionary eGlass illuminated glass writing board will be making its long-awaited InfoComm debut. An all-in-one communications tool featuring a built-in camera and adjustable LED lighting, eGlass merges the presenter’s face and writing, along with presentation media, into a single picture for in-person or remote collaboration. At booth 3943, Pathway will demonstrate how to jump-start engagement with the award-winning solution, while giving away 20 units to booth visitors over the course of the show.

“When you write on a whiteboard and turn your back to your audience, you lose the valuable face-to-face connection that’s critical for engagement,” said Bayley Pierson, eGlass director of marketing. “And when you turn to your audience, you’re no longer facing the content on the board. eGlass represents a transformative change in collaboration technology by providing a transparent surface on which presenters can write while facing the audience. It draws participants in with the presenter’s facial expressions, body language, and gestures, while allowing the presenter to watch the audience’s faces to gauge interest and understanding.”