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EAPL Visual Presenter

EAPL Visual Presenter

Submitted by • January 7, 2019

A Visualizers usually has one of two kinds of arm or column which functions to connect the document camera’s camera to its base stand. Gooseneck arms and fixed or rigid arms are generally used in to modern visualizers.
1. A Gooseneck Visualizers has a gooseneck like flexible arm which connects the main camera to the visualizer’s base. Whereas a rigid armed Document Camera features a fixed and rigid arm connecting the main camera to its base. In either of the types the necessary connections from the base to the main camera is also housed within the arm.
2. Science and industrial tech teachers will find the flex arm useful to easily view models, organisms, beakers, construction and more from any angle. If the only thing you will be viewing under your camera is documents from straight above, you may prefer the straight arm as it is easy to snap into place with a straight alignment directly above the document.

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