TORRANCE, CA, AUGUST 10, 2017 - Marshall Electronics, a leading provider of broadcast cameras and display monitors, will showcase its new CV-RCP-100 Remote Touchscreen RCP camera controller for broadcast POV cameras at IBC 2017 (Stand 12.D20). As cameras evolve and offer higher video quality with more broadcast features, Marshall now offers the convenience of remote adjustment of various camera brands and models from 300 meters away without having to go to the on-screen menu.
"Working closely with professional broadcast engineers to include multi-brand compatibility and other key features, Marshall has developed a standalone solution that allows users to access remote operations from a distance, utilize intuitive touchscreen control and make fine-tune adjustments on the fly," says Jackson Root, Marketing Manager of Marshall Electronics. "We look forward to introducing the CV-RCP-100 Remote Touchscreen RCP Camera Controller to the global broadcast market."
The CV-RCP-100 features an intuitive touchscreen interface, designed with intelligent menu and sub-menu layouts, pre-programmed with self-help dialogs, favorites settings, save features and auto-updating firmware. A pair of fine-tune controls enable precision adjustments for white balance, red/blue gain, gamma, brightness, exposure, shutter, frame rate and more. Remote adjustments can be applied globally to multiple cameras simultaneously or individually for each camera. The CV-RCP-100 utilizes an easy and secure locking 3-pin XLR connector for reliable transmission of VISCA protocols over RS485/RS232 up to 300 meters away.
The CV-RCP-100 is compatible with all current Marshall ProSeries POV, Zoom Block and PTZ Cameras, and comes pre-programmed with control protocols for popular non-Marshall branded cameras on the market including Sony, AJA and Panasonic models.
The CV612HT-4K is available through Marshall Dealers worldwide.
Marshall Electronics specializes in the development, manufacturing and distribution of technology products used in a wide range of professional applications with five operating units: Marshall Broadcast, MXL Pro Audio, Mogami Cable, Marshall Optical and the new Marshall/MXL Pro A/V Communications Division. Marshall Electronics operates a US design and engineering headquarters with manufacturing facilities in the US, China, Japan, Korea and Russia. For more information on Marshall Electronics, visit www.marshall-usa.com