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CTW NAB 2015 Coverage: Sony PXW-X70

This camera caught our eye because it’s a small camera with a big sensor and a great picture. It boasts a 1″ EXMOR sensor and will be software upgradeable to 4K this summer. It can record in multiple formats, has a cool new hot shoe that works with their wireless mic’s and SDI out. It even has a low price to boot! To learn more, visit the Sony product page.

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CTW NAB 2015 Coverage: Marshall POV Cameras

Most of us are constantly on the lookout for small POV cameras for creative stage shots. There are quite a few out there, but not many are affordable, high quality and have SDI outputs. And almost none have genlock. Thankfully, we found some at the Marshall booth. To learn more about the whole line, visit their website.

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CTW NAB 2015 Coverage: Sony PXW- X160

We’re always on the lookout for small, great looking and functional video cameras, and the PXW-X160 fits the bill. With a 1/3″ EXMOR sensor, a 25x optical zoom and SDI + Genlock, it’s a great multi-use camera. The picture looked great in the booth, and we look forward to more time with this one. To learn more, visit the Sony website.

CTW NAB 2015 Coverage: Roland V1200-HD Video Switcher

Roland has been on a roll with a variety of video mixers lately, and the V1200-HD is the latest. It’s a multi-format, configurable hybrid mixer designed for live and broadcast work. With flexibly busses, control and output, this will solve a lot of problems. For more information, visit their website.

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CTW NAB 2015 Coverage: Clearcom LQ

The LQ is a great way to transport 2-wire or 4-wire com long distances on your campus, from site to site or anywhere in the world using Ethernet or the internet. Configuration is easy and it’s a cost-effective solution. To learn more, visit the Clearcom website.

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