Aver Vision M15-13M Visualizer (Document Camera)
- Total pixels: 13 megapixels
- Output resolution: 4K / Full HD 1080p 60Hz / HD 720p 60Hz
- Zoom: Total 23X (max.)
- Shooting area: A3 (426 x 313 mm at 330 mm)
- Frame rate: 60 fps (max.)
- Focus: Auto / Manual / Area (via software)
- Image rotation: 0° / 90° / 180° (rotate by camera head)
- Image effects: Color / B&W / Negative
- Capture / Recording /Timer: Yes, via software
- Lamp type: LED light
- USB : USB 2.0 Type A (Wi-Fi Dongle); USB Type mini-B x1
- iOS: iOS v11 or later (iPad only)
- Android™ OS: Android v5.0 or later
- Windows® OS: Windows® 7, 10
- Mac® OS: macOS 10.13 or later
- Weight: 0.68 kg (1.5 lbs)
- Warranty: Visualizer: 3 years / Battery and accessories: 1 year
Mechanical Arm Visualizer (Document Camera)
The M15-13M is a visualizer (document camera) designed to facilitate learning at all education levels. The beautifully sleek, compact design reflects the quality of its stunning 13-megapixel camera with 4K, 60fps imaging. Create an engaging and creative learning experience in a second with the M15-13M.
13-Megapixel Camera with 4K Quality
The 13-megapixel camera delivers 4K Ultra HD 60fps output resolution, creating remarkably detailed images of any object. Enjoy breathtaking video with no lag.
Fantastic USB Camera for Distance Learning
The M15-13M’s extremely compact and lightweight design makes it the best USB camera for boundary-free distance learning.
Highly Flexible Foldable Arm
The flexible and adjustable arm allows teachers to show materials from many different angles. Also, the M15-13M’s arm conveniently folds shut so teachers can easily carry it anywhere.
A3 Shooting Area
A large shooting area enables users to capture A3 or bigger papers. Also, never worry about upside-down images again. Thanks to the position indicator on the camera head, teachers can always rock an accurate and efficient display.
USB & HDMI Connections
Changing teaching behavior should be the least of your concerns. Teachers can visualize materials from multiple devices via the USB and HDMI connections they’re accustomed to using.