Optoma's DC350 creates an inspirational space where even the smallest of objects can be enlarged onto a huge 100inch screen for a more in-depth learning experience.
The DC350 features a 5-megapixel sensor, 40x zoom and 30 frames-per-second video (at full resolution) for stunning image quality and performance allowing you to see detail often not visible to the human eye.
Teaching staff, presenters and students are now able to share even the smallest objects or detailed experiments with a larger audience using Optoma’s visualisers. Suitable for classrooms, lecture theatres, boardrooms and auditoriums, it’s a great way to give students an interactive learning experience.
Optoma's range of document cameras are simple and easy to use. Users simply switch on the document camera, connect to a projector, panel, laptop or PC and are ready to go. For ease of use, the main controls are on the base unit.
Display the smallest objects with more detail due to the latest lens and sensor technology. Powerful zoom capabilities further enhance this for incredible detail often not visible to the human eye.
Textbooks, maps, detailed diagrams and 3D objects can be displayed to the whole room, picking up incredibly small details often not visible to the human eye. Optoma’s document cameras also allow presenters to annotate images captured by the visualiser and transform them into video clips through the recording feature.
The gooseneck design makes precise positioning incredibly straightforward with its ability to flex and bend.
VGA connectivity enables easy connectivity to a projector, panel, laptop or PC.
The built-in microphone enables videos and audio to be recorded for multimedia content to be created for lessons and presentations.
Playback video content at up to 30 frames-per-second video at full resolution.
For ultimate control, you can freeze the on-screen image whilst passing around the original item, or compare items using the Picture-in-Picture (PiP) tool for comparing live and captured images simultaneously. You can also capture, rotate and flip images instantly.
For true plug and play convenience, the document camera can be powered by USB if there is no access to a mains plug. This means there is no need for additional cables, making it more flexible for teaching staff to carry between rooms.
The eco-friendly LED lighting built into the head includes three brightness settings to produce additional lighting if required. It can be controlled via the remote control or the base of the unit.
The supplied Smart DC software allows presenters to annotate on the image captured by the document camera and record as video clips. The USB cable enables you to easily switch between the image from the document camera to external content held on the PC, such as PowerPoint, PDF digital images and webpages.
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