Yes! Through the free AVer software, you can present, annotate, record, and stream lesson plans through sites such as YouTube, Dropbox, etc.
Yes, the M70HD can connect to both PC and Mac with a USB Cable.
Yes, the M70HD can connect to a projector or LCD screen using the VGA or HDMI outputs.
Yes, the M70HD has a built-in mic that makes it ideal for recording lesson plans and presentations.
The M70HD has fully adjustable locking pieces; the neck and head easily rotate, swivel, expand, and collapse.
Yes, the M70HD has an adjustable output of 30fps at 1080p.
The M70HD has a built in LED light attached to the camera head that provides light to your presentation when needed.
The M70HD has a maximum shooting area of 16.54" x 12.4" (420mm x 315mm)
You can attach any display equipments such as projectors, LCD monitors, TV's, etc that has HDMI, VGA, DVI-D (via optional converter), or Composite input.
Yes, with the AVerVision Flash Plug-in downloadable from AVer's website.
Yes, the M70HD is compatible with Skype.
Yes, there are three ways to do this. You can either capture/save images to the internal memory of the doc cam, to the On-board USB flash drive/SD slots, or using AVer's Software, you can capture and save images directly to the computer.
This enables you to transfer the captured image from the built-in memory or SD to a computer.
The instruction below MUST be read and followed BEFORE connecting the USB cable.
The slide switch and F button of AP20T allow you to use it to freeze the screen when you are in camera mode and zoom in and out the image when you are in playback and camera mode. With the Point Focus feature, you can adjust the focus anywhere on the screen by simply pressing the pen tip on a flat surface.
In single image playback mode or when the screen is frozen in camera mode, you can use the annotation feature to overlay straight line or freeform line on the captured image or still camera screen with the USB mouse or AP20T connected to the USB port of AVerVision M70HD. It comes with the following selections: Color Palette, Line Thickness, Line, Freehand, Capture, Eraser, and Hide/Show icons.
The annotation control panel appears on the upper left corner of the screen. A cursor will appear on the screen. Move the cursor on the Annotation control panel selections and left-click to select the features you want to use.
Measure and mark the horizontal of 75 mm and vertical of 70 mm from the center line distance between the holes on the flat surface as describe in the illustration below. Use 4 pieces of M4.0 screws for 6 mm holes and secure the M70HD on the flat surface.
Plug a 3.5mm plug amplified speaker to port. Only the audio from the video playback is supported.
We recommend connecting an amplified speaker to the Audio output port. Take caution when using earphones. Adjust the volume down on the remote to prevent hearing damage due to loudness.
Connect the AVerVision M70HD to a microscope enables you to examine microscopic objects on a big screen.
To turn off the AVer logo display, press and hold the Left and Menu button for 3 seconds. Repeat this step to re-enable the logo display.
Flash Plug-in Quickstart Guide - Windows:
The quickstart guide will walk you through the process of using the AVerVision Flash Plug-in with your preferred software.