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The MCS8M Bundle from Sony consists of an MCS8M compact audio video mixing switcher, an RMIP10 camera controller, and a black SRG300SE PTZ camera. This system allows you to control the PTZ camera over an IP network using the IP remote controller and the A/V switcher. The PTZ camera consists of a pan/tilt module, camera head, and lens, and is suitable for medium-to-large venues such as lecture halls, auditoriums, houses of worship, and stadiums. The MCS8M is a user-friendly switcher featuring numerous preset DME wipe patterns, a built-in multi-viewer, single-channel frame memory output, and an Input Freeze function for every source. It also offers the ability to import still images using a USB port, as well as 3D Mode function, a six-channel audio mixer, and AUX MIX. The system's remote control allows for flexible configurations, enabling the installation of up to 112 units of cameras and up to five units of the RM-IP10 controller.
MCS8M Compact Audio Video Mixing Switcher
The MCS8M Compact Audio Video Mixing Switcher from Sony is an A/V switcher with an integrated audio mixer and frame synchronizer. A user-friendly device, it boasts numerous preset DME wipe patterns, a built-in multi-viewer, single-channel frame memory output, and an Input Freeze function for every source. It also features the ability to import still images using a USB port, plus a 3D Mode function, six-channel audio mixer, AUX MIX and more! Designed for easy, intuitive operation, the MCS8M contains tools ideal for content creation and event programming. Here is a powerful, versatile and affordable switcher, great for small live productions, church presentations, school sports, corporate events, weddings, fly packs, music videos, conferencing and more.
Boasts a multi-viewing function, enabling one monitor to display all input signals, PGM and PVW, AUX1 PGM and PVW, AUX2 PGM and PVW using SDI and / or DVI-D outputs. The multi-viewing video signal is output from SDI and DVI-D at the same time. There are 4-screen and 10-screen layouts assignable. Check sources on the same monitor simultaneously. The sub-screen with a red frame contains the video presently on air.
Features 4x HD SDI inputs, 3x HDMI inputs, 1x DVI-I input and 1x DVI-D output in high definition (HD) Mode (1920 x 1080 DVI resolution). In standard definition (SD) mode, 4x SD SDI inputs, 3x Composite inputs and 1x DVI-I input (analog only, up to 1280 x 1024 WXGA resolution) are available
There are 4x HD SDI outputs in HD Mode, which are used as AUX outputs. For every AUX out, one of the signals can be assigned from PGM, PVW, AUX1 PGM, AUX1 PVW, AUX2 PGM, AUX2 PVW or MV. You also have 2x DVI-I out, for use as AUX and MV. In SD Mode, you've got 4x SD SDI outputs, which are used as AUX outputs. For every AUX out, one of the signals can be assigned from PGM, PVW, AUX1 PGM, AUX1 PVW, AUX2 PGM, AUX2 PVW or MV. There are also 2x DVI-D out, for use as AUX and MV, and 1x Composite out, which is used as AUX
SDI Embedded Audio
All HD / SD SDI inputs and outputs (PGM, AUX1, AUX2 and Multi Viewer) feature embedded audio
Built-In 6-Channel Audio Mixing Function
The integrated 6-channel audio mixing function features audio delay adjustment for lip synchronization. Mixing is assignable from any input
Creative AUX MIX Function
AUX1 and AUX2 are usable as secondary PGM out with AUX MIX function. This enables you to create a mix transition from the program video to the next source, such as a camera input. Additionally, you are able to prepare program video via adjustment of parameters like effects and keys prior to the video being switched, then create a mix transition from an input source (assigned to AUX1 PVW or AUX2 PVW) to the prepared video. Performance is comparable to that of integrating an extra M / E row, and mix capability is available for both AUX1 and AUX2 outputs. This versatility enables you to select the AUX MIX function or 3 separate program outs and apply them to a broad array of system configurations and applications. Presentation example: Program out for speaker, AUX1 and AUX2 for PC sources and Video source. Live news: Switching Studio and Video feeds from Field via AUX MIX
In 3D Mode, CUT or MIX functions are available to you in the form of background transitions or right- and left-eye signals. You can output 3D images as side-by-side signals
Import Still Image Function Via USB
Enjoy the ability to import TIFF / TGA images with alpha channels and BMP images from USB memory, via a USB port
Input Freeze Function For Every Source
Freeze-video is assignable to any cross point for use as a video input signal. You can export it from a USB port
Enables you to save effect and key configurations for a particular scene, so you can quickly recall settings when you need them. Save as many as 20 snapshots
Frame Memory System
Single-channel frame memory, with up to 12 still images capable of being stored
Preset Effect Buttons
Ten effect patterns are pre-assigned to the numeric buttons (0 to 9). These buttons simplify the application of effects to video
Wipe (24 options), Mix, NAM (non-additive mix), Slide (8 options), Squeeze (11 options), Door (3D) (4 options), Frame In / Out (12 options), Flip Tumble (2 options), PinP (picture-in-picture), Mosaic, and Defocus
Flip Tumble, PinP, Mosaic and Defocus only usable for BKGD transitions
Background / Keyer Transition
Cut, Mix, Wipe, DME Wipe
Luminance key, Linear key, Chroma key
Effectively employed in conjunction with other leading Sony products, such as HD / SD system cameras (HXC Series), SD system cameras (DXC Series), and camcorders (XDCAM EX Series and NXCAM Series). By setting up a system with these elements, you may easily create solutions for small-scale and full-scale live production
SRG300SE 1080p Desktop & Ceiling Mount Remote PTZ Camera (Black)
With a 30x optical zoom and remote control capabilities, the black Sony SRG300SE 1080p Desktop & Ceiling Mount Remote PTZ Camera, is suitable for medium to large venues such as lecture halls, auditoriums, houses of worship, and stadiums. The unit consists of the pan/tilt module and the camera head and lens. The SRG300SE captures HD video in 720p, 1080i, or 1080p at up to 59.94. It features a 1/2.8" Exmor CMOS sensor providing low light sensitivity of 1.4 lux. The camera comes with Sony's Wide-D for wide dynamic range, enhancing the image with View-DR, while XDNR provides digital noise reduction in both moving and still images.
The SRG300SE is suitable for use on a desk, mounted to a tripod, or you can mount it to a ceiling using the included brackets. The camera also features an Image Flip option, which simplifies setting up the camera when it is mounted upside down. It features remote control operation of pan, tilt, zoom, focus, iris, shutter speed, and gain.
Remote operation is a major component of the SRG300SE's design, and the camera supports VISCA control protocols, as well as RS-232 and RS-422. You can program the camera with up to 16 preset positions, which is useful for repetitive events and productions. The small size and remote operation capabilities of the SRG300SE allow for placement where a manually operated camera and operator can not go.
The SRG-300SE provides simultaneous 3G-SDI and IP H.264 streaming. This allows you to feed an SDI infrastructure a 3G-SDI signal, while streaming web ready video stream without using an external encoder to convert your video signal to a web friendly format.
Web-viewing function allows remote camera control for up to 20 clients. Up to 10 clients can receive video and audio combined streaming.
Remote operated HD camera with pan, tilt, zoom, focus, iris, and shutter speed control
The SRG300SE provides up to 30x optical zoom, and 12x digital zoom
VISCA over IP technology allows for control of the camera over an IP connection.
RS-232 and RS-422 control of the camera
The camera supports programming of up to 16 preset positions using optional controllers such as the Sony RMIP10
View-DR is Sony's Wide-D technology, specific to their security cameras to produce images with an extremely wide dynamic range. With View-DR, the camera uses an electronic shutter to capture multiple images, to reproduce each frame. One image is taken using a 'standard' exposure time and either one or three images are taken using very short exposure times depending on the camera type. As a result, View-DR nearly doubles the sensitivity compared to conventional Wide-D technologies.
XDNR Noise Reduction
XDNR utilizes 2D and 3D noise reduction methods adaptively to scenes. Under low-light conditions, XDNR provides clear images for both moving objects and still portions of the image.
RM-IP10 IP Remote Controller
With the Sony RM-IP10 IP Remote Controller, the BRC-H900, BRC-Z700, and BRC-Z330 Remote Control Cameras can be controlled though an IP network. The use of the proper IP Control Interface Board, either BRBK-IP10 or BRBK-IP7Z (depending on camera model), is also required for compatibility. This functionality allows for flexible configurations, and enables the installation of up to 112 units of BRC cameras and up to 5 units of the RM-IP10 controller depending on customer requirements.
Comfortable PTZ operation with the optical 3-axis joystick
Versatile camera adjustment by simple panel operation
Use of IP technology allows flexible installation and easy operation
Preset feature saves camera settings (up to 16 positions)