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AVerVision CP130

The CP is very easy to fold up and carry, making it ideal for multi-site applications. Please continue to checkout online or fax, post or e-mail us your PO and all orders will be processed on our return.

Yes, with AVerVision software. The unit’s power button turns orange in standby mode. The picture on the presentation screen is blurry. There is no picture on the presentation screen. Avermexia Unrecognized Zip Code.

The CP can be used with most interactive whiteboards, via a data projector, laptop or PC. We are now closed for the Christmas Holidays and reopen Monday 7 th January Check your projector’s bulb, it may need to be changed.

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If your Camera has Manual Focus, Adjust the focus ring located under the document camera’s lens. It produces brilliant images with its k pixel camera and its flexible gooseneck design 103 it is easy to view any part of an object, by adjusting the camera to your desired position. There are distorted lines running across the presentation screen. It is supplied with licence-free software which includes options for annotation, avermeida and playback of video and still images.

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AVerMedia AVerVision CP – document camera Overview – CNET

Manufacturer warranties are as provided by the manufacturer at the time of print and are subject to variation. Check your output device’s focus adjustment. With the optional microscopic adapter, it is possible to display the magnified image of an object, making it visually easier for minute study.

The Image Freeze function allows you to fix a particular image on the screen, while the Mirror Image function allows you to flip images. Click to search for similar items. Sorry, this item is currently unavailable.

Make sure there are sufficient lighting in the room or Turn on the LED lamp on your document camera head If you are in a dark environment, turn on “Night View” in your document camera’s menu. I have set up the Document Camera and checked all the connections as specified in the user manual but I cannot get a picture on the preferred presentation screen.

Enter new zip code to refresh estimated delivery time. With the annotation software, you can add annotations over live and captured images to create high-quality presentations. If your output device does not support this resolution; no image can be projected.


Its built-in memory allows you to store up to 40 images.

Have You Seen These? White Balance and Exposure: Avermedix trademarks used are recognised and are the property of their respective owners. The default camera display resolution setting is on X Write a review bsbrsfbqcdyxuuxtyradeuczvuvczraeybuuz. All prices exclude VAT unless stated and will be charged at the standard rate. If your Camera has Auto Focus, press the Auto focus button on your unit’s control panel.

If you have a laptop connected to the document camera and cannot see your desktop on the presentation screen, please make sure to set your laptop to dual screen display mode. Reviews 0 Write a review bsbrsfbqcdyxuuxtyradeuczvuvczraeybuuz. The brightness on the presentation screen is dark and unreadable. The FlexArm design offers added protection to the camera head and enhanced portability.

Manually adjusts the Brightness and Contrast levels in the Camera’s Menu. Check all connections again as shown in the user manual.

The quick acting manual focus means that you can select a part of interest, not the camera, giving you total control of your presentation.