Yes! Through the free AVer software, you can present, annotate, record, and stream lesson plans through sites such as YouTube™, Dropbox™, etc.
Yes, the F17-8M can connect to both PC and Mac with a USB Cable.
Yes, the F17-8M can connect to a projector or LCD screen using the video outputs.
Yes, the F17-8M has a built-in mic that makes it ideal for recording lesson plans and presentations.
The F17-8M has a gooseneck that allows you to lean, bend, and flex the camera in any direction.
Yes, the F17-8M comes with an 8MP sensor and has an adjustable output of 30fps at 1080p via HDMI or VGA.
Yes, the F17-8M comes with mounting holes on the bottom of the unit. It also has a Kensington slot on the side of the base for you to secure to a cart or table with a Kensington lock (purchased separately).
The F17-8M has a built in LED light attached to the camera head that provides light to your presentation when needed.
The F17-8M has a maximum shooting area of Max. 22.83” x 12.83”
Yes, you can record video with audio using the on-board recording or through the software provided.
Yes, with the AVerVision Flash Plug-in downloadable from AVer's website.
The highest resolution the F17-8M can output is 1920 x 1080 at 30fps.
You can connect 2GB ~ 64GB USB Flash drives that are formatted to Fat 32. External hard drives are not supported (portable or SATA/IDE).
Make sure the USB flash drive switch is set to and check if the USB flash drive is properly inserted.
No, a new microscope adapter for the F17-8M (also works with the F30) will be introduced. Part number is VISIFSEMA.
Insert a USB flash drive into the USB memory slot. USB dip Switch should be moved towards the USB symbol. Now simply press the "Recording" button on your unit's control panel. To stop the recording, press the "Recording" button again. The video will save in .AVI format in your USB flash drive. F17-8M can support USB flash drive from 2GB to 64 GB.
Insert a SD card into the SD card memory slot. From your document camera's Menu, select Setting tab > Current Storage > SD memory card > enter. Now simply press the "Recording" button on your unit's control panel. To stop the recording, press the "Recording" button again. The video will save in .AVI format in your SD card. F17-8M can support SD card from 1GB to 32GB.
Plug a 3.5mm mono microphone to port. The built-in microphone on the control panel will be disabled when an external microphone is connected. The recorded audio will be in monophonic sound.
Plug a 3.5mm plug amplified speaker to port. Only the audio from the video playback is supported.
We recommend connecting an amplified speaker to the Audio output port. Take caution when using earphones. Adjust the volume down on the remote to prevent hearing damage due to loudness.
Connect the AVerVision F17-8M to a microscope enables you to examine microscopic objects on a big screen. You need to purchase the optional accessory "VISIFSEMA".
The gooseneck design allows you to freely bend the arm and store the camera head in the camera holder. Once you have properly secured the camera head to the camera holder, you may use the arm to carry AVerVision F17-8M.
This enables you to transfer the captured image from the built-in memory or SD to a computer.
The instruction below MUST be read and followed BEFORE connecting the USB cable.
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Please download this most updated Send command table: SendCommand_Table.pdf
Please download this most updated Get command table: GetCommand_Table.pdf
To turn off the AVer logo display, press and hold the Left and Menu button for 3 seconds. Repeat this step to re-enable the logo display.
This issue could be derived from Google Chrome's WebUSB API. Which is on by default. This issue happens in the situation where the user didn’t close the chrome browser before plugging-in the camera. When Chrome is open, it will automatically try to find a driver for our doc cam online. Therefore, interrupting the default driver that is already loaded by our software. The issue results in camera sometimes connecting, sometimes not. The best way to resolve this issue is to use a modified Google Chrome browser with “WebUSB” disabled. This will stop the API from trying to find a driver for our doc cam.
Here are the step by step instructions.