Lumens Debuts SXGA Document Camera
Lumens Integration this week debuted a new document camera and presentation system called the DC260 SXGA Digital Visual Presenter. The new gooseneck-style system is the first in Lumens' document camera lineup to support HD output via HDMI.
The new DC260 includes a 3x optical zoom and support for capturing images and video at resolutions up to 1,280 x 1,024 pixels. The 22-inch gooseneck mount allows for positioning the camera at various angles for capturing 2D or 3D images. And it includes two gooseneck-mounted lights.
Other features include:
- Full frame rate video recording;
- Built-in microphone;
- SD memory card storage for capturing images and videos;
- Internal storage for up to 260 JPEG images;
- USB 2.0 for transferring images to or from computers;
- Built-in slideshow capability, with support for still images and video clips;
- Picture in picture support;
- WIA, TWAIN, and QuickTime framework support; and
- A "half-page" mode for focusing in on a part of a page without adjusting the document.
The DC260 supports Mac OS X and Windows systems and is available now for $999 ($1,299 list).
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