Marshall CV730 PTZ cameras seamlessly integrate with Quicklink Remote Studio for remote production control

Marshall Electronics has announced that its CV730 30x UHD60 NDI PTZ camera now seamlessly integrates with the Quicklink Remote Studio and ST250 multi-camera remote studio solution. With Quicklink’ suite, users can effortlessly manage camera pan, tilt, zoom, and pedestals, complete with automatic tally for standby, preview, and live on-air functions, alongside a comprehensive suite of production solution controls.

Bernie Keach, representing Marshall Electronics, emphasized the added value for customers through collaboration with other manufacturers, stating, “Collaborating with other manufacturers provides further value for our customers in terms of interoperability with proven industry solutions.” Keach expressed excitement about partnering with Quicklink, recognized leaders in remote production, to ensure compatibility with their multi-camera remote studio solution. This integration empowers Quicklink users to seamlessly control the CV730 PTZ camera directly from the Quicklink Remote Studio web interface.

The Marshall CV730-BHN (black) and CV730-WHN (white) models feature 9.2 million-pixel Sony sensors, offering a 30x optical zoom range and simultaneous 12GSDI & HDMI outputs, alongside networkable full-NDIĀ®, NDI|HX3, NDI|HX2, IP (HEVC), SRT, and other common IP codecs. Capable of delivering clear UHD (4K) images at resolutions up to 3840x2160p and 60fps, the incorporation of Full NDIĀ® technology to the cameras ensures low latency, high-quality, frame-accurate video, and audio transmission in real-time within IP workflows.

The Quicklink Remote Studio and ST250 platform enables remote control of various studio elements, including multiple cameras, camera tally, lighting, audio, teleprompter, engineering talkback/IFB, chroma keying, and more. Offering output-independent camera feeds for efficient bandwidth optimization, the system also supports graphics, overlays, or tiling of cameras, company states. Besides, the cameras have the ability to remotely control over 400 devices via an intuitive web interface or control panels utilizing Quicklink Bridge technology.

Richard Rees, CEO of Quicklink, expressed enthusiasm about expanding the list of approved devices for the ST250, stating, “We are continually looking to expand our list of approved devices for the ST250 and are thrilled that our users can now take advantage of Marshall PTZ cameras while using our Remote Studio solution.” Rees highlighted the close collaboration with Marshall throughout the testing phase to ensure smooth operation of the cameras with the ST250, resulting in seamless integration for users.

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