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Improved sensors for lipstick cameras

Improved sensors for lipstick cameras

Improved sensors for lipstick cameras

The CV226 is rated to withstand dust, sand or full submersion up to 1m for several hours

Following the success of the CV225 lipstick camera, a next-generation model from Marshall Electronics has integrated a sensor technology said to improve the colour, clarity and low-light attributes as well as a new flexible 3GSDI cable. The CV226 lipstick cameras make use of sensor technology with 2.5 million pixels and improved pixel depth to capture video through a single 3GSDI output in 1920x1080i, 1920x1080p and 1280x720p resolutions. The new model also adds selectable frame rates on a single chip to include 60, 59.94, 50, 30, 29.97, 25/24 and 23.98fps output formats.

The CV226’s 3m breakout cable allows for remote control and adjustment via VISCA over RS-485 twisted-pair wire and can be controlled remotely using the Marshall CV-RCP-V2 Touchscreen RCP controller software, free to download, with an RS-485 to USB adapter.

The microphone’s all-weather design and ¼-20 mount allows for mounting options in outdoor or hidden locations. It is rated to withstand dust, sand or full submersion up to 1m for several hours. The manufacturer’s recently released CVM-6 adhesive camera mount kit provides various mounting options for the CV226 with a lipstick camera clip and ¼-20 mounts. The CVM-6 also includes two 3M adhesive pads and adjustable ball mounts for use with other Marshall POV cameras.

In addition to the CV226, the upgraded line also includes the CV503, CV506, CV344 and CV346, with the manufacturer claiming to have improved upon “nearly every feature” that has led to their adoption in broadcast and pro AV applications.

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