MODEL NUMBER 5-861-2-01-00
Now the definitive choice for teaching, presenting and demonstrating is within your hands with this ultra-compact VGA / USB versatile VZ-1 document camera. With a 5.0 Megapixel camera for capturing HD resolution up to 1920x1080 pixels with VGA or an amazing 2529x1944 pixels on Mac or PC, the VZ-1 bring all your presentations and lectures to life. A multi-jointed swing arm facilitates positioning of the camera at various heights. IPEVO has maintained its reputation for hassle-free document cameras. Also added to its uniqueness is a 270° swiveling head that delivers the perfect orientation with just a twist.
benzinga.com "Many educators told us that they wanted the flexibility to either connect to their computer, or to connect directly to their classroom projector or monitor. VZ-1 HD is an evolution for our iconic document camera line, delivering the ease of use customers expect from an IPEVO doc cam, and adding dual-mode convenience."
|Q: VZ-1 HD automatically adjust to compensate for changes in lighting, is there a way to stop this?
A: The exposure of VZ-1 HD can be locked so it does not automatically react or adjust to lighting changes. To do so, you can either press the exposure +/- button on VZ-1 HD, or on USB mode there is a flower icon on Presenter which disables auto exposure in a click, one more click enables auto exposure back on.
Q: The focus beeps are annoying!
A: Sound effects can be disabled in Advanced Settings under “Sound Effect on.”
Q: Does VZ-1 HD capture audio?
A: No, VZ-1 HD does not have a microphone.
Q: Can I record video with VZ-1 HD?
A: Presenter does not have the capability to record video. There are several third-party applications that may be used in conjunction with VZ-1 HD to record video. IPEVO cannot offer technical assistance for these third-party applications.
Q: Anything that moves on screen is very blurry and choppy.
A: Reduce the resolution so that frame rate increases for smoother movement.
Q: The brightness of the image constantly seems to fluctuate.
A: Automatic exposure might be on, in which VZ-1 constantly adjusts for optimum brightness level. You can disable automatic exposure by clicking the flower symbol on the top right corner of Presenter.