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Epson ELP-DC11 Visualiser-Projector Accessories

Epson ELP-DC11 Visualiser

The Easy Way to Capture and Project 3D objects in Real Time
The Epson ELP-DC11 Document Camera / Visualiser is a flexible presentation tool which enables users to turn their existing projector into a fully interactive Education or Business creativity tool.

Teachers can use the ELP-DC11 to demonstrate the view from a microscope, how to execute a dissection in biology class or display a historical artifact projected in beautiful detail onto the big screen. Use it to display a lesson live to the projector screen, capture video footage or still images, or simply as a high tech replacement to an overhead projector.

KEY FEATURES:

  • Outstanding image quality – 5 Megapixel CMOS sensor & up to 30 frames per second frame rate deliver smooth, vivid live images and video
  • Powerful Zoom Capability – Use the ELP-DC11’s 2x no loss zoom plus 3x mechanical zoom for fantastic detailed images of even the smallest objects & text
  • Automatic detection of projector resolution – Connect to your Epson projector and the ELP-DC11 automatically optimizes the output resolution to match the projector resolution
  • Microscope Capability – Connect directly to your microscope & share the image with the entire class
  • Microphone built in – Capture audio with your video footage thanks to the built in microphone
  • Powerful storage capability – Store captured images onto SD card, SD HC card or internal memory

Easy to use, highly durable, and brimming with powerful features, the ELP-DC11 delivers high quality video and still images that enhance classroom activities from the high school science lab


Epson ELP-DC20 Visualiser-Projector Accessories

Epson ELP-DC20 Visualiser

Enhance your lessons with amazing images

Epson is pleased to introduce the Epson ELP-DC20 Document Camera / Visualiser. This flexible product enables users to turn their existing projector into a fully interactive Education or Business creativity tool. The ELP-DC20 has a robust industrial design, with great security features allowing it to be permanently placed in a classroom or boardroom. The Visualiser has an easy-to-use user interface and numerous I/O ports.

Teachers can use the ELP-DC20 to demonstrate the view from a microscope, how to execute a dissection in biology class or display a historical artifact projected in beautiful detail onto the big screen. Use it to display a lesson live to the projector screen, capture video footage or still images, or simply as a replacement to an overhead projector. Now with bundled advanced application software, an incredible zoom module, and a built-in microphone, users can take advantage of features such as live annotation, video recording with audio, image capturing and the time lapse function.

KEY FEATURES:

  • Remarkable image quality – Large optical sensor provides sharp, clear images, 1920 (H) x 1080 (V) – 2 Megapixels*
  • Deliver powerful lessons with amazing detail – 12x optical zoom and 10x digital zoom
  • Future Ready connectivity – HDMI digital connectivity for high-quality video content
  • Microphone built in – Capture audio/video lessons for later reference
  • Microscope Adaptor Included – Connect directly to your microscope & share the microscopic events with the whole class
  • Powerful storage capability – Store captured images and video onto SD card, SDHC card or 1GB internal memory
  • PC Free Annotation – Connect a HID Device directly via the USB-A port and annotate on the live image, without a PC. Built-in toolbar software will become active
  • Time Lapse – Capture the growth of a plant, or organic process over an extended period by setting the camera to combine images taken into a video file