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Pittsburgh 2016: The Marshall Electronics new weatherproof CV502-WPM was launched on June 20th, and the new unit had its first professional sports usage by FOX/ESPN at the 116th U.S. Open (PGA) tournament at Oakmont Country Club in Pittsburgh on the 16th June.
Here is an incredible example of the quality of the Marshall CV200 HD mini cam. Worn on the cap of the referee during the final round of Leo Santa Cruz vs Abner Mares at the Staples Center Los Angeles on August 29, 2015, this tiny ‘lipstick’ camera gives superb pictures as the fighters build to the finale.
With the growing use of 4k in broadcast, the new Marshall Electronics QVW-2410-3G 24” monitor could be just what is needed. Fully 4K compatible, it features an all-digital TFT-MegaPixel active matrix LCD system with 1920 x1200 native resolution. The LCD panel features 10 bits (FRC) per colour (for 1.07 Billion colours), a brightness of 400 cd/m² and a 1000:1 contrast ratio making it ideal in a variety of environments and lighting conditions.
LightSpace CMS display calibration system now integrates with the Bon OLED TXM-243T3G Professional Reference Monitor
Broadcast specialists Cache Media has announced the integration of Light Illusion’s LightSpace CMS colour management system with Bon Electronics’ OLED TXM-243T3G Professional Reference Monitor. With this integration, users of the LightSpace CMS can now perform automated calibration of the Bon monitor, and build custom profiles that can be loaded onto the monitor as 1D and 3L look-up-tables (LUTs)
London – January 2016 : Cache-Media supplied ten of the highly regarded Marshall HD Minicams to hosts Gfinity for the UK Finals of The Halo World Championships, which offers a total of $2M in prize money. They were held at The Gfinity Arena in the Vue Cinema in Fulham Broadway, London on the 15th - 17th January 2016.
On Monday 14th December, in a dramatic reconstruction of a rescue on ITV’s Good Morning Britain Show, the production team used a Marshall CV150M Mini HD camera to show the events from inside a car as Piers Morgan was extracted by fire fighters showing the skills involved in rescuing a victim from a crashed vehicle.
This featured still is from a well known daytime TV show. The Marshall CV 150M camera was used as a hidden camera, totally unnoticed by the subject and yet giving full HD pictures for a live broadcast. More and more TV production companies are turning to the Marshall mini cam range for use in live broadcasts thanks to their high performance and tiny size.
We are pleased to announce the arrival of the SPOTTER™; DVEO’s multi-criteria targeted ad insertion platform, introduced at the IBC in Amsterdam. DVEO is a strong supplier to Telcos, cable TV, IPTV and OTT operators around the world, and their products are distributed in the UK by Cache Media Ltd. Designed for broadcasters and multi-screen pay-TV operators, the SPOTTER™ is DVEO's new multi-criteria advertising platform that uses content and viewer information to make decisions about the actual ads played out to any viewer. It combines content type, consumer profile, and geolocation data by "mining" multiple data bases in real time.
Capturing F1 in Schools racing at 20m per second Capturing these races on film is a challenge in itself and for that the AV organisers, Bromley based Idium Audio Visual called on Newbury based Cache Media to supply Marshall CV500-M-2 mini HD cameras which are positioned at either end of the track. Even in 1080i HD the cars are only a blur to the naked eye but the computer scoreboard is able to accurately measure both speed of reaction of the 'driver' and the time over the set distance down to 1/1000 of a second.