SMART Document Camera™ 550
Wireless, cordless and flexible! Live HD video and images!
SMART Document Camera makes it easy to add hands-on excitement to SMART Notebook® lessons. With the camera, teachers transform images and videos of everyday objects, students’ work and all sorts of curiosities into interactive SMART Board® content. It’s a whole new way to bring abstract concepts to life.
The SMART Document Camera is a perfect fit with other SMART products because you can control it right from your SMART Notebook lesson – with just one touch. It’s easy to show images on your SMART interactive display, LightRaise interactive projector or SMART Table interactive learning center.
Mixed Reality Tools included
The SMART Document Camera allows objects to be viewed in 3D through Mixed Reality Tools. This provides students with a hands-on experience that engages students of all learning styles and helps them understand complex, abstract and conceptual content.
Enhance SMART Notebook lessons
SMART Document Camera works with SMART Notebook software. The camera captures audio and video, plus images inside Notebook lessons that students can write over, copy and save.
Wireless, cordless and flexible
No power cords. No computer cables. Portable cameras make it easy for teachers to show anything from anywhere in the classroom. The camera’s flexible, gooseneck design also lets teachers record at any angle.
Live HD video and images
SMART Document Camera records and displays everything in stunning 1080p resolution. The camera also comes with a microscope adapter, so teachers can show tiny things really big on their SMART Boards.
Capture Images and Create Multimedia Lessons
Create more engaging lesson content by easily capturing images, video and audio with the SMART Document Camera. It’s all easy – access the document camera from your SMART Notebook lesson with just one touch. You can even take a video of a science experiment with the document camera, save it on USB and use it in your next class and students can record their demonstrations during presentations for later review.
Inspire students as they learn
When you can take an object – a leaf, for example – and display it for all to see, it’s easier for students to understand higher-level concepts like photosynthesis. You have a visual, kinesthetic way to teach and learn.