V4K Ultra High Definition USB Document Camera features an 8 megapixel camera that offers astonishing high definition resolutions up to 3264 x 2448 for capturing the tiniest details of your materials without pixelation. Be it presenting live, modeling, scanning books, magazines, documents, QR codes, OCR text or archiving photos, V4K will not fail you.
V4K makes frustrating latency a thing of the past with its ability to deliver both high frame rate and high resolution that allows you to enjoy silky-smooth live streaming with stunning clarity. You can now stream at up to 30fps at full HD, or even up to 15fps at the highest resolution of 3264 x 2448.
V4K features fast focusing speed that helps minimize interruptions when you’re switching between different materials at high resolutions. It comes in very handy when you need to show and compare different materials for your lessons or presentations.
V4K’s exceptional noise reduction and color reproduction make it a perfect presentation tool for darkened classrooms or conference rooms. You won’t be getting distorted colors or pixelated images even in these dimly lit environments.
A lot of research has been put into the design of V4K’s stand. Besides making sure the stand has the versatility to capture materials at different heights and angles, we also want to provide a simple fix for tightening loose joints that are caused by heavy daily use. As such, we’ve added a bolt to each of the connecting joints and you can tighten any loose joints simply by turning the respective bolt clockwise with a coin.
V4K can be used with a variety of software and applications as long as they can recognize the video source coming from V4K, which is a standard UVC camera. You may use it to present student work with our newly developed IPEVO Visualizer software that has an intuitive UI and borderless window display. You can also use it to create flipped classroom videos with software such as Seesaw, Camtasia, or OBS. In addition, you can even double it up as a webcam for online meetings, video conferencing, or remote teaching when used with video conferencing software such as Zoom, GoToMeeting, Skype, or Google Hangouts.