|Item model number||5-868-3-08-00|
|Hardware Platform||pc, ipad, mac|
|Item Weight||2.38 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4.9 x 10.6 x 3.2 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||4.9 x 10.6 x 3.2 inches|
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Ipevo Ziggi-HD Plus High-Definition USB Document Camera
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- 8.0 Megapixel camera; For Microsoft Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10, Mac OS X 10.9 and above and Chromebook
- Ziggi-HD Plus's high-resolution 8 Megapixel camera can achieve up to 3264 x 2448 pixels when directly connected to PC or Mac. Max shooting area: 13.46” x 10.04” (342 x 255mm)
- Up to 30 fps live video capture (at full HD)
- Multi-jointed stand and swiveling head for effortless, versatile capture
- Full autofocus lens; USB 2.0 Video Class (UVC) interface
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|Pixel||2.0 Megapixel||8.0 Megapixel||8.0 Megapixel|
|Highest Resolution||1600 x 1200||3264 x 2448||HDMI Mode: 1920 x 1080, USB Mode: 3264 x 2448|
|Max Shooting Area||9.4" x 7.2"||13.46" x 10.04"||18.9” x 10.6” [16:9], 18.1” x 13.5” [4:3]|
|Built-in LED Lights||No||No||Yes|
|Built-in Microphone||No||Yes||Yes (USB Mode only)|
|Macro Focus||Up to 2" (5cm)||Up to 3.94" (10cm)||Up to 3.94" (10cm)|
|Video Recording||Yes||Yes||Yes (USB Mode only)|
|Compatible||Windows, Mac, Chromebook||Windows, Mac, Chromebook||Windows, Mac, Chromebook|
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|Item Dimensions||10.6 x 4.9 x 3.2 in||7.52 x 2.83 x 8.94 in||5.67 x 7.87 x 2.17 in||5.67 x 7.87 x 2.17 in||5.91 x 10.04 x 2.17 in||8.5 x 10.1 x 3.6 in|
|Item Weight||—||7.69 ounces||0.79 lb||0.78 lb||1.1 lbs||2 lbs|
With its rich range of practical, easy-to-use features, Ziggi-HD Plus from IPEVO is the premier document camera for education and business. Ziggi-HD Plus has the versatility to capture most any material for presentations and teaching sessions. Ziggi-HD Plus is hands-down the most affordable camera with its specifications, costing hundreds less than conventional document cameras. Ziggi-HD Plus's 8.0 Megapixel camera delivers a resolution up to 3264 x 2448 pixels when used with Mac or PC. This remarkable resolution lets you easily capture fine print, delicate artwork details, natural objects, iPad and other devices with screens, and so much more. Ziggi-HD Plus improves on its predecessors with an enhanced Integrated Circuit (IC) chip. You will no longer have to compromise between a high resolution and a high frame rate - Ziggi-HD Plus delivers both. Stream at up to 30fps at full HD without any frustrating choppiness. Even at the highest resolution of 3264 x 2448, Ziggi-HD Plus still streams at up to 15fps. Silky-smooth live streaming with stunning clarity is now a reality.
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I was surprised by it's depth of field.
The stand works extremely well. I use cameras like this for imaging small parts or damaged components on circuit boards.
The autofocus has some issues with macro shots but nothing really significant. If it really doesn't like the image scene you can put a piece of printed paper over your target, let it focus, and then turn off the autofocus.
Major complaint: no video capture software. The camera can source good video. The software provided has a live mode so it is processing live video but will not save it. They also don't recommend any third party software(Video conference stuff but no simple video capture). I just checked their website and they not only didn't respond about this issue but pulled my query. They appear to only have completely positive reviews. That is not surprising but means that one can't trust the reviews posted to give an accurate picture.
So it's a great little still camera that could of...
1) The direct to LCD projector capability is absolutely necessary! If your computer goes down for the day, no worries--your document camera is not connected through your computer. If you are looking for technology that is "disaster proof" in your lesson planning, this is about as sure of a thing as there is. Again, you'll pay $x more for this than the other ones on the market, but it is completely worth it to have the direct to LCD projector functionality in the classroom.
2) There are several "picture size" settings, one of which is HD. I put documents under the camera that range from 9 point to 36 point font. The HD setting can capture the smallest fonts so that students 20-30 feet away can still reasonably see. Need to zoom in? Just grab the camera and push it towards the paper and press the re-focus button (or keep it in auto-focus all the time). There are other picture sizes that display a longer (vertical) image, so when I need a whole 8.5x11 paper on the screen I can get it.
3) It's so easy to use. Plug it in, turn it on, play with settings for 5 minutes, and you are ready to teach.
4) It's heavier than you think. That's not a negative when you swing your arm and bump it; it stays standing relatively well.
5) It makes for great instruction. Anything can go under--textbooks, novels, 3-D models, artwork. When a student asks a question about solving an equation, just grab their paper and put it under the camera for the whole class to see--everyone can be engaged in the discussion instead of just the two of you. When giving notes and you run out of room...you'll know the kids will too--so you can flip the paper over and cue them to do the same. Teaching students how to measure an angle on a chalkboard with a big clunky protractor: difficult. Grabbing the same paper your students have, and the same protractor your students have, and showing them EXACTLY what to do in real time on the big screen: effective and efficient. Absent student? You have a copy of all your written work from the day before ready for reference. I could go on and on about why this is the greatest teaching tool I have ever had, but you don't need to hear any more to know what I think. Buy this model because I'm giving you my guarantee of your satisfaction under the "teacher's oath" (if there is such a thing) that it works and your students will be satisfied with their ability to see clearly.
Two things to consider if you do buy. FIrst, be ready to have a lot of paper laying around your desk; organization is key. Secondly, keep your hands in good condition or get a good pointer...the kids are going to know your cuticles well!
I also truly suggest buying your own instead of buying it through your school district. If there's even a remote possibility that they could take it from you, your plans have imploded.
The autofocus of IPEVO does not work consistently - you may need to press the focus button to put the focus into action. Another flaw seems to be tied to the use of standard Windows webcam drivers. When working with Skype or other software the image is usually too dark and the brightness annoyingly fluctuates. (Think of Microsoft self-adjusting webcams that cannot decide where they are.) The darkness can be partially corrected in the internal webcam settings, but these get lost when powering the computer off or disconnecting the webcam. The IPEVO Presenter can compensate for the drivers fine. Make sure that you download the latest version of Presenter from the IPEVO site - that latest version should be capable to rotate the image in small angular increments.
Finally note that a small clamp stand that allows to attach the camera to the edge of a laptop is regrettably not provided anymore with the camera. Upon inquiry IPEVO informed me that they quit producing that clamp. Again, you may reach for suitable microphone accessories that are abundant and cheap.