ELMO document camera is a portable visual presentation unit capable of capturing
all types of presentation materials. Text, photos, drawings and three dimensional
objects can be displayed on a TV monitor or video projector in full color.
The zoom lens can clearly display items as small as the date on a dime.
The ELMO document camera has two built in lights to illuminate the objects being
presented, and a base light that illuminates slides and transparencies from beneath.
Up The Document Camera 1.
Unfold the camera and lights.
2. Connect the document camera to a power outlet.
3. Connect the RCA type video cable to the video out
terminal of the document camera.
4. Connect the other end of the RCA type video cable
to the video input of a TV monitor, VCR, or video projector.
5. Turn on document camera and the TV monitor.
Using The Document Camera
A. Place item to be displayed on the base of the document
B. Make sure the internal input is selected.
C. While looking at the TV monitor, adjust the size
of the image by pressing the zoom or wide button, and press the auto focus button
to obtain a clear image.
D. Turn on the upper lamp to illuminate solid objects
on the stage.
Turn on the base lamp to illuminate transparencies and slides.
Images from two additional video sources such as a VCR and laserdisc player can
be connected to the document camera and displayed with the push of an input button.
Negative film can be displayed as positive images. Press the N for negative and
P for positive.
To view black and white documents, choose the B/W selection, the image will be
sharper than the color selection used for photos and three dimensional objects.
To zoom in on a part of an object, press the "Tele" button. To zoom out,
use the "Wide" button.
By pressing the auto focus button, the image will become clear automatically.
Any part of a three dimensional object can be focused upon by pressing the manual
Generally, the full-auto white balance is used. However, if necessary, the white
balance may be adjusted manually by turning the "R and B" knobs.
Exposure may be adjusted by turning the iris knob. If the image is too dark, the
exposure may be increased by turning the knob clockwise. If the images is washed
out, the exposure may be decreased by turning the knob counter-clockwise. If the
knob is kept in the center position, exposure will be adjusted automatically.