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Epson Ships HD DC-12 Document Camera with PC-Free Annotation
Epson has released the DC-12, a new high-definition document camera for classrooms. The new model offers 1080p output via HDMI.
Epson's DC-12 has a capture area of 11.7" x 20.7".
The DC-12 provides HDMI connectivity and can output full 1,920 x 1,080 HD imagery, with a 30 FPS maximum frame rate. It features dual white LED lamps, auto focus and brightness, and 16x digital zoom. Its capture area is 11.7" x 20.7".
Other features include:
- Picture in picture support;
- Built-in mic;
- Digital zoom;
- Automatic projector setup when used in conjunction with Epson projectors;
- PC-free annotation with a USB mouse;
- 1 GB internal memory;
- SD card slot;
- USB flash drive support;
- ±90 degree image rotation;
- Image freeze;
- Various effects and image adjustments, such as black and white, contrast, etc.;
- Video capture;
- Burst capture;
- Time lapse;
- Security features like Kensington lock support, a security bar, and secure mounting holes; and
- Support for WMV, MPG, and AVI on Windows and QuickTime (.mov) on Mac OS X.
In addition to HDMI, the projector offers RGB inputs and outputs (mini D-sub 15-pin), USB-A input, mic input, USB-B output, and composite video output. It measures 13.4" (w) x 4.8" (d) x 4.9" (h) folder and weighs in at 6.3 pounds.
The Epson DC-12 supports Mac OS X and Windows. It's available now for $599. Further information can be found on Epson's site.
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