Featuring USB flash drive support, computer-free annotations, and much more, the Lumens PS752 Document Camera provides you with a cutting-edge, comprehensive presentation solution in a stylish and lightweight design.
Unfold it in a meeting or classroom, and place a book, document, photo, or pretty much anything else on the large 17 x 13″ shooting area. Set the overhead camera and two gooseneck lamps just right, zoom in by up to 20x (which is enough to clearly see some of the tiniest details), and project the image live on an HDTV, projector, or other display.
Using the included software on your laptop or desktop (Mac/Windows), annotate the image to point out specific details, and/or add various effects, such as picture-in-picture or mask, to highlight details, make comparisons, and much, much more. Alternatively, you can make annotations without a computer/software by plugging a mouse directly into a USB port on the side and using the mouse.
You can also take a photo of the image for various purposes. Furthermore, you can tilt up or otherwise adjust the camera head and record the entire presentation on video. You can point the camera at your audience or at yourself, and record everything in Full HD 1080p resolution at 30 fps, along with audio via a built-in mic. The video file can then be uploaded to YouTube or other platforms, or even a personal website. For example, if you delivered a presentation in class, you can post the recorded video online for those who were absent that day.
The PS752 allows you to save up to 240 JPEG images to built-in memory. But it also supports up to 4TB USB flash drives via the USB port on the side (the one that accepts the mouse for annotations). So you can store images as well as videos to a flash drive, sold separately, as well as to your computer via the included software.
VGA, HDMI, Composite, and audio ports on the rear allow you to connect Mac/Windows computers, laptops, tablets via optional adapters, projectors, HDTVs, and speakers systems.
The PS752 folds down to a height of 6″ for transport and storage. A remote control, various cables, and other accessories are included.
Low Light Sensor
The professional image sensor captures Full HD 1080p resolution images with low video noise and highly accurate color reproduction even in low light conditions.
Real-Time Frame Rate
Video is recorded at the real-time frame rate of 30 fps, so everything is displayed smooth and without any delays in playback.
Annotation without a Computer
Lumens has developed a computer-free solution by allowing you to connect a mouse to the USB port on the side and edit the image directly.
The dual gooseneck lamps can be adjusted to get around reflections.
Instant Image Adjustment
An Auto Tune button automatically adjusts clarity, brightness, and color according to the environment you’re in. A particular object can in one moment change from a dull to a vivid color.
A built-in mic allows you to capture audio along with video.
USB Flash Drive Support
The USB port on the side allows you to connect a mouse, but alternatively also supports a USB flash drive up to 4TB so you can store all your video/audio content.
An HDMI input on the rear allows you to connect an input device like a notebook or iPad (Lighting to HDMI adapter would be required for an iPad), while an HDMI output lets you connect to an HDTV or projector.
A large, built-in LED backlight ensures that you won’t have to constantly adjust the position of X-rays, photos, negatives, and slides during a presentation.
Main Menu (via Included Software)
Automatically adjust the image to have the best brightness and focusing performance.
Show the photos or videos stored in the optional USB flash drive or internal memory in slide mode.
Enable/disable the partial enlarged mode.
Focus the lens manually.
Lamp mode toggle switch.
Screen rotation: 0/180°, Flip, Mirror.
Picture-in-Picture image comparison (to compare live images with stored image files).
Set up various functions.
Adjust the brightness of the image.
Select Photo/Text/Gray mode.
Activate the mask mode.
Increase or decrease the image size.
Select image mode.
Activate the spotlight mode.