Setting Up a Document Camera
Some legal aid organizations and law library locations have document cameras for their Model B kiosks. They allow users to virtually share hard-copy documents and the screen of devices like smartphones with their attorneys and in other meetings. You can use a document camera when you join a virtual meeting or if you are already in one. To read more about document camera settings or switching the camera input during a meeting, read more here.
- When you take your document camera out of the box, the cable should already be attached.
- Plug the USB end of the cable into the back of the monitor. The to the keyboard and mouse should also be plugged in here. Read more about setting up a Model B kiosk here.
- When you plug the document camera into the monitor, you might hear a chime and see a popup on the screen letting you know the device is being set up.
- It might take a couple of minutes to complete the setup, but after that, you can begin using your document camera. Learn more about how to use the document camera during a meeting here.
Document Camera Settings
You can find the document camera option buttons on the top of the camera. The lens and built-in mic are located underneath. For more information, please refer to the user manual.
- Focus button: Focuses the subject.
- AutoFocus switch: Sets the focus to Single (S) for static subject, or Continuous (C) for moving subject.
- Exposure toggle: Provides exposure customization. (+) for a lighter image, (-) for a darker image.
- Power indicator: Turns white if the document camera is in use and providing an image.