The Elmo 1353-82 Bundle includes the LX-1 Visual Presenter and the CP-EW302N 3000-Lumen WXGA 3-LCD Projector.
Elmo TT-L1 Visual Presenter
Connect to HDTVs and projectors and deliver interactive presentations with the compact TT-L1 Visual Presenter from Elmo.
The TT-L1 (along with its Wi-Fi enabled relative, the TX-1) is the follow-up to the Elmo TT-12iD Document Camera and is its official replacement in the popular TT series. The TT-L1 has a smaller footprint but has retained many of the familiar features, such as the positioning of the zoom and autofucus controls on the side of the camera bar. And if you're only planning to use it in one place, an anti-theft security plate is included that allows you to mount down the device to your desk or other surface.
The HDMI input that was available on the predecessor model hasn't been transferred over, but its absence has allowed for the slimmer design and smaller footprint. But other than this, HDMI, USB, and VGA outputs are provided on the rear panel. You can output up to Full HD 1080i or 720p resolution at real-time 30 fps via HDMI, up to 1080p30 via USB 2.0, and 1024 x 768 XGA at 30 fps via VGA.
12x optical and 8x digital zoom give you up to 96x zooming capability, enabling you to see things the human eye cannot, such as the fine details of an image you may want to display in class. Moreover, the TT-L1 is adjustable at multiple points so you can point the lens pretty much any way you want. The camera bar swings a full 180° sideways, the camera head can be rotated, and the camera neck can be tilted forward.
The fancy stuff, however, gets done in an included software called Image Mate 4 (downloadable for Windows). You can fancy up your documents with various effects, such as Highlight, Picture-in-Picture, Mask, Rotate, and much, much more. Using Image Mate you can save videos to your computer and capture still images from video streams for analysis using the zoom function.
Among the control buttons on the TT-L1, most of which are also available via Image Mate, are an LED button and Autofocus button. The LED button turns on a light that's right near the camera lens, and the Autofocus button will get your documents in focus near-instantly when you're delivering a presentation.
Via the USB output, you can connect to any Windows computer, laptop, or even tablet, such as Surface Pro, to run Image Mate and control the TT-L1. The TT-L1 comes with a North American plug, but supports 100-240V worldwide power input, so you can take it with you to international presentations if you'd like. (Just make sure to use an optional plug adapter.)
- Interactive document camera / presenter
- Control from Windows PCs/laptops/Surface Pro
- Output to HDTVs/projectors via HDMI (1080i30), USB (1080p30), and VGA
- 12x optical and 8x digital zoom
- Anti-theft security plate included
- Apply effects to documents, such as Highlight, Picture-in-Picture, Mask, Rotate, and more
Hitachi CP-EW302N 3000-Lumen WXGA 3LCD Projector
Present in rooms with ambient light with the Hitachi CP-EW302N 3000-Lumen WXGA 3LCD Projector. It features 3000 lumens of color and white brightness to overcome ambient light in many situations, and its 1280 x 800 WXGA resolution will help keep images and text clear at most viewing distances.
HDMI, VGA, and composite video inputs help ensure compatibility with a multitude of source types. The second VGA input can alternately be used as an output to daisy-chain multiple projectors or displays. A built-in 16W speaker eliminates the need for an external sound system, though you can use one with the analog audio inputs and output. The projector is controllable via Ethernet, RS-232, or the included IR remote control.