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Document cameras offer a number of different features, and they can vary substantially based on the model chosen. Most of the models available today will come with a remote control to make operation simple. In addition to being able to connect to projector screens, it is also possible to utilize LED and LCD monitors with them.
How document cameras work
The document camera is able to magnify and project images placed beneath the camera onto a screen that the audience will be able to see. The presenter can place nearly any type of object below the camera, and it will show up on the screen. The camera takes the picture of the object, which then turns it into a live picture. The document camera is the replacement of the older model overhead projectors. Thanks to the quality of the cameras in these devices, they are able to present excellent images. In some instances, they will connect to an interactive whiteboard rather than an actual screen.
About document cameras
Document cameras, sometimes called digital overhears or visual presenters are very useful for those who need to project images and objects, including transparencies, in real time. This allows the presenter to be able to provide visuals necessary for large audiences. They are able to provide still images in high quality, and some of the models are able to provide moving images.