Remote Broadcast Coordinator Kyle Monroe talked with Marshall about how the team covers the action for a range of different sports, and how Marshall cameras help bring the immersive viewing experience to the fans at home. [Read More…]
The Marshall CV502-WP Miniature HD camera has revolutionized the immersive viewing experience for live sports television and was given a Best of Show Award for its widespread use in many different professional and collegiate sports applications at NAB 2018. [Read More…]
For a lot of Pro AV integrators, selecting the right Angle-of-View (AOV) for a conference room or huddle room can be a challenge. To help, we’ve put together a quick overview on camera lens focal lengths and how they affect the AOV of the final picture, so you can make sure you have the right lens for the room. [Read More…]
As eSports continue to skyrocket in popularity, more and more production teams are live streaming professional eSport tournaments to the masses, and many are using Marshall POV Cameras for the “player cam” shot to capture the e-sport athletes’ expressions as they play. Here’s a closer look into how one team got the shot. [Read More…]
An Atlanta-based production team made a live broadcast of the planned demolition using four cameras, two drones, a broadcast truck, and a Marshall POV Cam to get the interior view. Here’s a closer look into how they made it happen. [Read More…]
The broadcast video specialists based out of Lancaster, N.Y., earned mainstream attention for their innovative PylonCam™ and they’re continuing to use Marshall POV Cameras in new and interesting ways. Admiral Video Founder and CEO Paul Halsey, and Engineer and Sales Rep. Joel Curtin, talk with Marshall Electronics about their POV Camera applications. [Read More…]
Harvard’s Director of Multimedia and Production, Imry Halevi, is pioneering new ways to broadcast live sports on a budget, and he’s getting help from Marshall’s POV Cameras. [Read More…]
Marshall’s POV cameras with 3G/HD-SDI outputs combine convenience with quality to bring viewers right up close to the action. Here’s how they are standing out in the sports broadcast arena.
One of the biggest challenges companies undertake as they transition to video-based web meetings is getting employees and management enthusiastic and confident about the new technology. To make sure your company becomes video-conferencing believers, here are some common pitfalls to watch out for.
The soft codec revolution has brought video conferencing to the masses, but it’s not going to move forward with just the standard built-in laptop cameras. A whole new generation of high-quality, high-fidelity cameras are bringing interactive web meetings to the next level — here are a few to check out: