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Vaddio Launches DocCAM 20 HDBT In-Ceiling Document Camera

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 Vaddio has launched the DocCAM 20 HDBT Camera, a new high definition, recessed in-ceiling overhead document camera which features 20x optical zoom and high-definition 1080p/60Hz resolution.

DocCAM 20 HDBT features a 59.5-degree horizontal field of view to capture more of the tabletop in the camera view. Its laser dot alignment feature frames the subject matter quickly and easily with a remote control.

With its USB 3.0 output, end users can send uncompressed, high resolution video over USB by pairing with the OneLINK AV Bridge AV Interface. It has a web-based user interface for remote configuration, management, and control. Users can automatically or manually adjust image color, shading, backlight, and wide dynamic range to optimize color for various settings.

Equipped with a OneLINK HDBaseT port, the DocCAM easily connects to Vaddio’s OneLINK extension systems or other HDBaseT-compatible devices to simplify cabling installation and extend video, power, control and network up to 328 feet (100m).

The Bottom Line: The DocCAM 20 HDBT Camera is designed for use in higher education classrooms, board rooms, city council chambers and courtrooms, or settings where getting a clear overhead picture is required for presentations.

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