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Marshall in miniature

Marshall in miniature

Marshall in miniature

The CV503-U3 comes with a wide angle 2.8mm lens producing roughly 90° horizontal angle-of-view

Providing plug-and-play connectivity to any Mac, PC, laptop or Linux system, the CV503-U3 is a USB 3.0 miniature POV HD camera with interchangeable lenses, a software agnostic interface for use with any soft codec and universal command settings with UVC 1.5. It comes with a wide angle 2.8mm lens producing roughly 90° horizontal angle-of-view. Users can choose from a variety of Focal Length and aperture options, while interchangeable lenses reportedly provide unprecedented customisation and personal design control. The CV503-U3 is built with same durable body as other Marshall miniature POV cameras with rear connector protection wings on the back panel. It ships with a locking 1.8m USB 3.0 cable so the USB cable cannot be pulled out during video streaming or collaboration.

Meanwhile, the manufacturer has developed a USB 3.0 converter. The 10-bit VAC-23SHU3 adapter enables any HDMI or 3G/HD-SDI video and audio source to be ingested into a computer for livestreaming or video production and recording. Offering a plug-and-play setup for integrating video sources to PC-based soft codecs and applications, a choice of HDMI or 3G/HD-SDI video source can be selected by the user. Active HDMI/3G-SDI (BNC) loop-through outputs keep sources available for other purposes including the feeding of monitors, switchers and recorders. UVC protocol support allows the application to control the video format, resolution, frame rates and other settings independent of the original source format. Housed in a compact design for enhanced portability, power for the VAC-23SHU3 is provided through the USB 3.0 output.

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