With the increased demand in robotic HD camera solutions that support live streaming among the house of worship industry and beyond, there are many options for cameras to capture your …
Marshall Electronics introduces its new CV420Ne, an NDI|HX3 version of its ultra-wide 100-degree angle-of-view streaming POV camera. This camera offers digital robotic movement of pan, tilt and zoom of HD …
JVC Professional Video, a division of JVCKENWOOD USA Corporation, introduces several new entry-level solutions aimed at smaller production teams―such as houses of worship, college sports broadcasters and local news OTA stations―at the 2023 NAB Show (Booth C4218). Among these is the new RM-LP5G CONNECTED CAM™ PTZ Joystick Controller, which will be available as part of a bundle with two JVC PTZ cameras. The company is also unveiling the KM-HD6 CONNECTED CAM Six-Input Hardware Switcher, the KM-IP8 or KM-IP8S4 CONNECTED CAM vMix Studio Switchers, and the RM-LP350G CONNECTED CAM vMix Control Surface.
“With growing expectations from viewers for broadcast-quality content, JVC recognizes the need for organizations of all sizes to expand their video production capabilities,” says Joseph D’Amico, Vice President, JVCKENWOOD USA Corporation. “The addition of these affordable new production tools will enable budget conscious studios, venues and arenas to have high-quality, glass to glass workflow solutions. It is our hope that in offering these products, JVC can provide a wider scope of users with price effective, easy to configure equipment and support from a single manufacturer.”
CueScript, the leading developer of professional prompting solutions, introduces a custom teleprompter solution designed specifically for the Sony Electronics’ FR7 PTZ Camera at NAB 2023 (Booth C4421).
Available in four different models, CueScript’s custom FR7 PTZ prompting solution is comprised of the monitor, hood and mounting software. Models include the CSV2P19FR7 (19-inch CSMV2 On-Camera Prompter System), CSV2P17FR7 (17-inch CSMV2 On-Camera Prompter System) as well as the EMCP17FR7 (17-inch EMC On-Camera Prompter System) and the EMCP15FR7 (15-inch EMC On-Camera Prompter System).
Marshall Electronics is announcing the next generation of Marshall POV cameras developed around a brand new highly optimized Sony sensor at NAB 2023 (Central Hall, Booth C5520). These new models will elevate the Marshall POV cameras to the next level of technology delivering improved video performance with cleaner, crisper images, greater pixel sensitivity and better color reproduction. Complementing the new sensors with high end processors further refines signal structure and enhances depth of remote adjust and match capabilities.
The Marshall CV226 All-Weather Lipstick camera was the first model to make the upgrade and is now offered as the CV228 All-Weather Lipstick Camera. The CV228 has 3GSDI, remote adjust/match, swappable lenses and improved video performance. The camera also has the added ability for firmware updates to be performed in the field matching all other Marshall POV cameras. The new CV228 is also designed with additional cable reinforcement and flexibility to cater to the usual heavy use of these models. In the development timeline there will be several additional models making the switch to the new design, including the CV503 to the CV504, the CV506 to the CV508 and the CV344 to the CV348.
The Budweiser Events Center, an OVG360-managed, multi-purpose arena located within The Ranch Events Complex in Loveland, Colorado, hosts some of the community’s most exciting events. The venue is primarily known for being home to the AHL’s Colorado Eagles hockey team, but also presents rodeos, monster truck shows, arena motocross, concerts and state basketball games. To provide quality video for its broadcasts, along with game film for the Colorado Eagles to review, the events center turns to JVC Professional Video KY-PZ100 PTZ cameras.
Like many other institutions during the pandemic, the Budweiser Events Center had to find new ways to produce content. The arena was no longer able to present anthems or other special ceremonies from the ice, which led them to create a production space with a camera deck out of what was previously a utility area for spotlights. Needing to produce content at a further distance than ever before, the Budweiser Events Center team required a better PTZ with broadcast-quality video. Building off the Eagles’ previous experience using JVC GY-HM850 cameras for game film, the production team knew they could once again entrust the brand to do the job.
Marshall Electronics continues to evolve its product offerings with the latest NDI codecs and will be showcasing four (4) new camera models at NAB 2023 (Central Hall, Booth C5520). The CV570/CV574 Miniature Cameras and CV370/CV374 Compact Cameras all feature low latency NDI|HX3 streaming as well as standard IP (HEVC) encoding with SRT, while also offering an HDMI simultaneous output for traditional workflows.
“Marshall looks forward to introducing four new POV cameras at this year’s NAB show,” says Tod Musgrave, Director of Cameras for Marshall Electronics. “NDI has been a great success for Marshall with a variety of options from which to choose, including zoom and full PTZ models. Adding NDI|HX3 and IP to our miniature POV camera line was inevitable and doing so with high-end UHD sensors is a very exciting development.”
JVC Professional Video, a division of JVCKENWOOD USA Corporation, adds NDI®|HX3 to its award-winning KY-PZ510N PTZ CONNECTED CAM™ Cameras. With this latest free firmware update, users can select NDI®|HX3 for the highest quality video with reduced latency, using a fraction of the bandwidth of full NDI®. The company will spotlight this feature within its KY-PZ510N camera at the 2023 NAB Show (Booth C4218).
“The addition of the NDI®|HX3 option for our PTZ cameras with NDI® capabilities will provide users with a greater level of flexibility without the need to replace their hardware,” says Joseph D’Amico, Vice President, JVCKENWOOD USA Corporation. “According to Vizrt, media organizations’ adoption of NDI®-enabled devices is growing at a record pace, and we are thrilled to be part of the network of manufacturers to offer this solution. Our inclusion of a variety of NDI® codecs to our customers means they also have even more workflow options available to them.”
As a full-service provider of mobile production and audio facilities, as well as production and secondary services for broadcast TV, live entertainment, and AV-related productions, TNDV has made its second large capital investment in Sony 4K/HD cameras to support increased demand for Sony-driven 4K workflows. With its recent purchase of 20 Sony HDC-4300L camera systems, TNDV’s Sony camera inventory increases to 28 units.
Four of the newly acquired HDC-4300Ls have been placed on Exclamation, TNDV’s flagship 4K/HD mobile unit, bringing that truck’s camera complement to 12. The other 16 cameras have been split between Collaboration—TNDV’s newest truck, which rolled out on February 22—and Aspiration, another popular mainstay of TNDV’s mobile production fleet.
Bolin Technology expands its leadership in Pro AV with the introduction of the company’s groundbreaking, dual-stream Dante AV PTZ cameras. Making their debut at ISE 2023 in Barcelona, the new D412UH and D220UH are the first PTZ cameras in the AV-Over-IP industry to offer simultaneous hardware and software codec streaming to multiple endpoints, providing total flexibility in network bandwidth and image quality selection. The D Series dual-stream cameras will be joined by another new D Series camera at ISE – the D2-220H Dante AV-H.264 camera – ideal for AV over IP applications.
Bolin Technology will exhibit in Hall #5 Stand H110 during ISE, which runs from January 31-February 3 at the Fira Barcelona Gran Via.
Using either the new D412UH (4K) or D220UH (HD) cameras, the user can designate a Dante AV Ultra or Dante AV-H stream depending on the output locations. No matter the need or destination, these dual–stream cameras can send the video flow that best fits the destination with the quality Dante-enabled devices are known for.