SXGA Resolution: The DC160 represents the first SXGA portable
document camera on the market. This means it has the highest
output and capture resolution (1280 x 1024 pixels) of any portable
document camera. It captures 66 percent more detail compared to
(1024 x 768 pixels) XGA presenters in this class and does so at an
3X Optical Zoom: The DC160 offers 3X optical zoom, the highest,
true magnification rate for a portable document camera. Once a subject is zoomed in, the camera system brings the subject into
sharp focus, automatically.
Split Screen: The DC160 is the first portable document camera to
offer the split-screen feature. With it, you can concurrently resent a
previously captured image stored in the camera’s internal memory
(a blank worksheet for example) and a real-time image (the same
worksheet with the answers being filled in on-screen) side-by-side.
Seamless Switch: When toggling from multiple sources (for
instance teachers often like to display a real-time image from a
document camera and compare that to a previously saved picture
from a laptop) the DC160 offers instantaneous switchovers,
meaning the audience won’t see the disruptive default blue screen
of a projector or monitor while the projector finds the input source.
This helps hold audience attention.
Flexible Gooseneck Design: Allows the lens and lamp heads to
independently rotate 360 degrees, capturing images at any angle.
You can even point it toward a student to project his face onto a
screen as he makes his presentation to the class.
5-Year, Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty: Lumens offers the most
comprehensive warranty in the industry, covering all parts including
lamps, for five years. We are able to offer this because Lumens has
a less than 0.1 percent failure rate over the last five years. This
translates to little-to-no post-purchase maintenance costs for
schools purchasing the DC160.