Epson today announced the new DC-21 high-definition document camera for education. The new portable document camera offers HD 1080p resolution and a large imaging sensor, as well as close-up detail with 12x optical zoom and 10x digital zoom. The DC-21 offers HDMI connectivity for high-definition video and an included microscope adapter for sharing vivid magnified images. In addition, educators can record audio with video using the built-in microphone to create lessons for remote classrooms or re-watch lessons for review.
The DC-21 document camera offers several other features to aid classroom learning, including:
- Flexible Teaching Tools: Camera rotates 90 degrees vertically and horizontally so it can also be used as a webcam to capture classroom activities or for videoconferencing; capture, store and present images with an SD card or computer
- Large Capture Area: Split Screen function allows for displaying live and captured images side-by-side
- Portable and Durable Design: Compact design and robust metal arm; Kensington® lock support, built-in security bar and mounting holes
- Auto-Select Resolution: Automatically detects the native aspect ratio of connected Epson projectors and selects the correct output resolution to match; can display 1080p, 720p, SXGA, WXGA and XGA resolutions
Availability, Pricing and Support
The Epson DC-21 will be available in February 2016 for $549 through national resellers, pro audio/visual dealers, mail order, distribution, Epson.com and the Brighter Futures program. For additional information, visit www.epson.com/documentcameras.