iZiggi Document Camera
C – USB Cord: Inserted into any standard USB port, the cord powers the device and allows it to communicate with your computer.
D – Camera lens: Ziggi features a 2.0 Megapixel lens for detailed and vibrant images, allowing for a maximum resolution of 1600 x 1200. Ziggi has an automatic Macro mode for maintaining sharp focus on objects as close as 2 inches (5 cm) away.
E – Swivel head
F – EXP +/- (Exposure Value): This toggle allows you to increase or decrease artificial exposure of the image, making it brighter (+) or darker (-).
G – Autofocus (AF) switch: Set your focus to one of two modes. Continuous (C) causes Ziggi to constantly determine the best focus
for your image. Single (S) causes Ziggi to stay at a single focus
H – Focusbutton: In Single focus mode, press this button for sharp focus of your subject. It takes a few seconds for Ziggi to determine and set proper focus.
I – LED: The LED gives you an easy way to know whether Ziggi is operating: white for operating, off for not. When you start the Ziggi software, the LED will light up. The LED has been positioned on the top of the camera so it will not reflect on any digital screens you might be capturing.
J – Anti-Glare Shield: If you are experiencing glare in your video capture, consider mounting the Anti-Glare Shield onto the camera.
IPEVO software: (free)
Ipads: download “IPEVO Whiteboard” App
PC or Mac: download presenter www.ipevo.com/presenter
Ziggi operates in one of three modes:
Camera mode – This is the default mode upon software startup. This mode shows the current video capture coming from the Ziggi camera. In this mode, you are also able to change aspects of the image such as exposure, mirroring, and resolution.
Review mode – This mode gives you an easy way to review snapshots taken with your Ziggi. Snapshots are presented as thumbnail images in a row at the bottom of the screen.
Full Screen mode –In this mode, the image fills up the entire computer screen. Full screen is particularly useful when you need to project the Ziggi’s video for presentations.
To switch between modes, click on the Mode Tab on the left-hand side of the capture window. (see below)