- Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018
- TORRANCE, Calif.
Marshall Electronics is expanding on its assortment of miniature HD cameras with the new ultra-high-speed Marshall CV506-H12, which will be on display at IBC 2018 (Booth #12.D20), Sept. 14-18 in Amsterdam. The CV506-H12 is built for capturing high-speed action for detailed, high-definition, slow-motion video.
“Releasing a miniature 120fps camera to 1080p and other resolutions was a natural add-on to our camera line,” said Tod Musgrave, director of cameras at Marshall. “Many of our customers are using our mini HD cameras for slow-motion replay and analysis.”
The CV506-H12 offers the following resolution and frame rates settings:
- Progressive HD (1080p and 720p) at 120 fps
- Interlaced HD (1080i) at 50, 59.94, and 60 fps
The CV506-H12 is among the first additions to Marshall’s latest generation of compact and miniature cameras utilizing a fully redesigned body style and form factor. Special attention was given to enhance durability in the field with the addition of new structural “wings,” designed to give greater protection to rear connectors during use.
The CV506-H12 can be controlled through RS485 (Visca) and has a range of adjustable image settings including Paint (Red/Blue), White Balance, Gain, Pedestal (black), Gamma, Shutter and more. It has a 2-Megapixel 1/2.8-inch sensor with single HDMI 2.0 output.
The M12 lens mount can be used with fixed prime or varifocal lens options, and the lightweight, small footprint build enables it to be placed easily into tight, hard-to-reach locations for unique angles and viewpoints. The CV506-H12 is designed for use in broadcast, live sports, machine vision, process analysis and any other slow-motion application.