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Buying Guide: This best-selling document camera is a must for distance learning

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With back to school quickly approaching and many areas opting for a partial or fully remote return to learning, figuring out exactly what technology you need to teach or help your child learn can be tricky. But if you don’t have a document camera yet, this handy device should definitely be on your back to school shopping list.

How It Works

The IPEVO V4K document camera allows both teachers and students to quickly share documents remotely. The 8-megapixel camera captures high definition live images, so teachers can hosts read along sessions over Google Classroom, and students can show off their assignments over Zoom. It’s a must have for remote teaching.

Great Technology for Work from Home

This document camera isn’t just a great buy for back to school. Parents can also swipe it for remote conferences or to quickly show colleagues a document without scanning and uploading it to their computers. The camera is designed for easy readability even when the document is projected onto the computer screen.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers are raving about this document camera giving it an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars with more than 600 reviews. Customers mentioned that the value for money was great since this camera comes in at $100. Teachers loved using this camera to project documents and learning materials onto smart boards and to work through math problems with students.

IPEVO 4K Ultra High Definition Document Camera available from Amazon

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