Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 25Mb
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP
Latest Version / Release Date: USB / N/A
This is a progressive scan that has a 1200 x 1600 resolution with a YUV color with monochrome that is digitally interfaced on the camera's board. The 2M IVIN has a direct interface with the cameras board and can host a whole computer using the USB connection that is of 2.0 version and metallic make. The device measures 47 by 39mm which is a low power device that is designed to give perfect images thanks to its progressive scan which is introduced by the field to field technology that allows the camera to take shots up to 30 frames per second. The camera has a an electronic shutter that is incorporated to help in the implementation of the auto iris that is perfectly function activated thus helping in the elimination of the motion errors. This is the first camera of its type to incorporate the auto iris technology.
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The device has an auto gain exposure that is well designed to give the user the user a perfect image that is well balanced in both color and light effects. This feature is well supported by the white balance that has been well incorporated in every picture to avoid red eye and white spots on the images. The white balance can be automatic or programmed by the user in order to help optimize the analog output that has a range of 10 AD converters. The resolution output is independent from the input window that is set in its own window. The camera has a zoom that is well possible for the entire 1600 x 1200 camera field view that well digitized. The camera is compatible with Mac and Microsoft Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP. The Digital camera can be used by both professionals and amateurs. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and 2M USB Video Camera Device errors before installing any driver updates.