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Vaddio Shipping New High Definition Document Cameras

December 9, 2011 | Hogan Keyser
CeilingVIEW HD-18 DocCAM Flush Mount Document Camera Systems Now Available

December 8, 2011 via Vaddio.com
-- Add high-definition magnification and dimension to original objects, documents or drawings with Vaddio's new CeilingVIEW HD-18 DocCam document camera system. Replacing the CeilingVIEW HD document camera, the CeilingVIEW HD-18 DocCAM features an 18x optical zoom lens for enhanced detail and greater zoom capabilities, and a 1.3 megapixel CCD image sensor with a 1.8-LUX for better-quality low-light performance. Select from either HD resolutions through our Quick-Connect system or the analog RGBHV output on the camera backbox.

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"Using our own ClearVIEW HD-18 technology for the new high definition document camera allows us not only greater zoom capability," explains Rob Sheeley, President of Vaddio, "but also a higher-quality CCD sensor for exceptional color and detail reproduction at very high resolutions."

hires_ceilingview_camera.jpgBoth Quick-Connect Short Range (SR) and Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI SR options are available. The CeilingVIEW HD-18 with Quick-Connect SR outputs component HD (YPbPr) at 720p, 1080i or 1080p. The CeilingVIEW HD-18 with DVI/HDMI Quick-Connect SR outputs simultaneous component HD and DVI/HDMI at 720p, 1080i or 1080p. Both cameras also provide the option for RGBHV resolutions at 1024 x 768, 1280 x 720 or 1680 x 1050 at 60 Hz.

Add the CCU Image Controller to either of the CeilingVIEW HD-18 DocCAM systems and how you have the ability to adjust red and blue gain, gamma, chroma, knee, pedestal, iris and gain.  User-defined adjustments may be stored using two Scene buttons.

Technical specifications, install guides and sample configurations are available at www.vaddio.com.






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