Epson Unveils DC-30 Wireless Document Camera with 4K
- By Kristal Kuykendall
Epson has introduced its newest education camera, the DC-30 Wireless Document Camera with 4K video resolution, a 13-megapixel camera, 10x optical zoom, and 23x digital zoom, the company said in a news release.
The improved resolution “makes it easy to display books, experiments, 3D objects, and more with striking detail and clarity,” Epson said.
The DC-30 is capable of wireless screen-sharing and works with current Epson BrightLink interactive projector setups and Easy Interactive Tools software, the company said.
Other features include:
A built-in microphone with one-touch A/V control, allowing teachers to record lessons directly to a USB drive
60 frames per second via HDMI connection
HDMI in and out, mini-USB and USB-A connectivity
Display area is 13.6 inches by 18.9 inches, larger than an A3-sized sheet
Adapter included for use with microscopes
Integrated Kensington lock slot for security
The DC-30 Wireless Document Camera is available now through Epson channel partners with an MSRP of $659, the company said; under the Brighter Futures program for schools, the MSRP is $559. Find the full spec sheet at the Epson website.
Learn more at Epson.com/projectors-education.
About the Author
Kristal Kuykendall is editor, 1105 Media Education Group. She can
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