DC120 Visual Presenter User Manual - GCPS

DC120 Visual Presenter User Manual - GCPS
DC120
Visual Presenter
User Manual
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documentation
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Table of contents
Copyright Information ..................................................................................... 4
Chapter 1
Safety Instructions ...................................................................... 5
Safety Precautions ........................................................................ 6
FCC Warning ................................................................................. 6
EN55022 (CE Radiation) Warning ................................................ 6
Revisions .......................................................................................................... 7
Chapter 2
Package Contents ....................................................................... 8
Chapter 3
Product Overview ........................................................................ 9
3.1
Relative Operation Position ......................................................... 10
3.2
Recommend distance .................................................................. 10
3.3
Incorrect Use ............................................................................... 11
Chapter 4
Installation and Connections ................................................... 12
4.1
System Diagram .......................................................................... 12
4.2
Connecting to a computer ........................................................... 12
4.3
Connecting to an Interactive Whiteboard (IWB) .......................... 12
4.4
Mounting the DC120 ................................................................... 13
4.5
Installing application software ..................................................... 13
Chapter 5
Start Using .................................................................................. 19
Chapter 6
Function Menu ........................................................................... 20
6.1
IN WINDOWS.............................................................................. 20
6.1.1
Main Function Menu .................................................................... 20
6.1.2
Annotation Tools .......................................................................... 21
6.1.3
Camera Settings .......................................................................... 22
6.1.4
Options ........................................................................................ 23
6.1.5
Time Lapse .................................................................................. 24
6.2
IN MAC ........................................................................................ 25
6.2.1
Software Screen Introduction ...................................................... 25
6.2.2
Thumbnail .................................................................................... 26
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6.2.3
Main Function Menu .................................................................... 27
6.2.4
Annotation ................................................................................... 28
6.2.5
Camera Settings .......................................................................... 29
6.2.6
Options ........................................................................................ 30
6.2.7
Time Lapse .................................................................................. 31
Chapter 7 Descriptions of Major Functions – IN Windows........................ 32
7.1
I would like to display a live image .............................................. 32
7.2
I would like to optimize the image ............................................... 32
7.3
I would like to use the auto focus ................................................ 32
7.4
I would like to adjust the brightness ............................................ 32
7.5
I would like to turn on/off the lamp .............................................. 32
7.6
I would like to zoom in/zoom out ................................................. 32
7.7
I would like to capture images ..................................................... 32
7.8
I would like to record videos ........................................................ 33
7.9
I would like to set up the timer. .................................................... 34
7.10
I would like to freeze images ....................................................... 34
7.11
I would like to annotate the live image ........................................ 35
7.12
I would like to add text to the live image ..................................... 36
7.13
Working with Other Applications ................................................. 37
Chapter 8 Descriptions of Major Functions – IN MAC ............................... 40
8.1
I would like to display a live image .............................................. 40
8.2
I would like to optimize the image ............................................... 40
8.3
I would like to use the auto focus ................................................ 40
8.4
I would like to adjust the brightness ............................................ 40
8.5
I would like to turn on/off the lamp .............................................. 40
8.6
I would like to zoom in/zoom out ................................................. 40
8.7
I would like to capture images ..................................................... 41
8.8
I would like to capture images continuously ................................ 41
8.9
I would like to freeze the live image ............................................ 41
8.10
I would like to annotate the displayed image .............................. 41
8.11
I would like to add textual annotation to images ......................... 43
8.12
I would like to record videos ........................................................ 44
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8.13
I would like to use the mask mode .............................................. 44
8.14
I would like to use the spotlight mode ......................................... 45
8.15
I would like to manage saved image files.................................... 45
Chapter 9
Connecting to a Microscope .................................................... 48
Chapter 10
Troubleshooting ...................................................................... 49
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Copyright Information
Copyrights © Lumens Digital Optics Inc. All rights reserved.
Lumens is a trademark that is currently being registered by Lumens Digital Optics
Inc.
Copying, reproducing or transmitting this file is not allowed if a license is not
provided by Lumens Digital Optics Inc. unless copying this file is for the purpose of
backup after purchasing this product.
In order to keep improving the product, Lumens Digital Optics Inc. hereby reserves
the right to make changes to product specifications without prior notice. The
information in this file is subject to change without prior notice.
To fully explain or describe how this product should be used, this manual may
refer to names of other products or companies, nevertheless without any intention
of infringement.
Disclaimer of warranties: Lumens Digital Optics Inc. is neither responsible for any
possible technological, editorial errors or omissions, nor responsible for any
incidental or related damages arising from providing this file, using, or operating
this product.
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Chapter 1 Safety Instructions
Always follow these safety instructions when setting up and using the Visual Presenter:
1. Do not place visual presenter in tilted position.
2. Do not place the Visual Presenter on an unstable trolley, stand or table.
3. Do not use the Visual Presenter near water or source of heat.
4. Use attachments only as recommended.
5. Use the type of power source indicated on the visual presenter. If you are not sure of
the type of power available, consult your dealer or local electricity company for advice.
6. Place the visual presenter on a place that it can be unplugged easily.
7. Always take the following precautions when handling the plug. Failure to do so may
result in sparks or fire.
 Ensure the plug is free of dust before inserting it into a socket.
 Ensure that the plug is inserted into the socket securely.
8. Do not overload wall sockets, extensions leads or multi-way plug boards as this may
cause fire or electric shock.
9. Do not place the visual presenter where the cord can be stepped on as this may result
in fraying or damage to the lead or the plug.
10. Unplug the projector from the wall socket before cleaning. Use a damp cloth for
cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners.
11. Do not block the slots and openings in the projector case. They provide ventilation and
prevent the visual presenter from overheating. Do not place the visual presenter on a
sofa, rug or other soft surface or in a built-in installation unless proper ventilation is
provided.
12. Never push objects of any kind through cabinet slots. Never allow liquid of any kind to
spill into the Visual Presenter.
13. Except as specifically instructed in this User Manual, do not attempt to operate this
product by yourself. Opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous
voltages and other hazards. Refer all servicing to licensed service personnel.
14. Unplug the visual presenter during thunderstorms or if it is not going to be used for an
extended period, do not place the visual presenter or remote control on top of
heat-emitting equipment or heated objects such as a car and etc.
15. Unplug the visual presenter from the wall outlet and refer serving to licensed service
personnel when the following situations happen:
 If the power cable or plug becomes damaged or frayed.
 If liquid is spilled into it or the visual presenter has been exposed to rain or water.
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 Safety Precautions
Warning: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to
rain or moisture.
Note
Risk of Electric Shock
Note: To reduce the risk of electric shock. Do not remove cover (or back). No
user-serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to licensed service Personnel.
This symbol indicates that there
This symbol indicates that this
are important operating and
equipment may contain
maintenance instructions in this
dangerous voltage which
User Manual with this unit.
could cause electric shock.
 FCC Warning
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A or B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
 EN55022 (CE Radiation) Warning
This product is intended for use in a commercial, industrial, or educational environment. It is
not intended for residential use.
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment it may cause radio interference, in
which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. The typical use is in a
conference room, meeting room or auditorium.
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Revisions
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Chapter 2 Package Contents
DC120
Quick Start Guide
USB Cable
(For download of other
language versions, please
visit Lumens website)
Carry Bag (Optional)
Extension USB Cable
(Optional)
Microscope Adapter
(Optional)
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Chapter 3 Product Overview
4. Gooseneck
1. LED indicator
3. AF button
5. Microphone
6. Lamp
2. Lens
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3.1 Relative Operation Position
3.2 Recommend distance
* About 310 mm distance between camera and the desktop is
recommended.
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3.3 Incorrect Use

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Chapter 4 Installation and Connections
4.1 System Diagram
USB Cable
COMPUTER
4.2 Connecting to a computer
 Shown as the above figure.
4.3 Connecting to an Interactive Whiteboard (IWB)
USB Cable
PROJECTOR
VGA Cable
USB Cable
COMPUTER
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4.4 Mounting the DC120
1. Please purchase the standard VESA installation base.
2. Please use appropriate screws: Screw length = 5 mm + base thickness (H1);
M4 screw (P = 0.7)
 VESA bolt pitch 75*75mm
 VESA base thickness (H1)
 Screw length = 5 mm + base
thickness (H1)
 M4 screw (P = 0.7)
4.5 Installing application software
After installing Lumens image software, you can use the following functions:
 Control the DC120.
 Capture and record images.
 Annotate the image, highlight important details and save it.
 Support the full screen function.
4.5.1 System requirements
Windows XP
 CPU: P4 2.8 GHz and
above
 Memory: 512MB
 Support Direct x9
 Resolution: 1024x768
 100MB Min Disc Space
 Windows XP SP2 and
above
Windows Vista / Windows 7
 Min CPU: P4 2.8 GHz
 Min Memory: 1GB
(32-bits)/2GB(64-bits)
 Direct X 9 Compatible
 Min Resolution: 1024x768
 100MB Min Disc Space
MAC OS X 10.4 / 10.5 / 10.6
/ 10.7
 Min CPU: PowerPC G4
866MHz or Intel Pentium®
1.83GHz Intel Core 2 Duor
 Min Memory: 512MB
 Min resolution 1024x768
 24-bit color display monitor
 1GB Min Disc Space
 Min QuickTime 7.4.5
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4.5.2 Install with Windows XP/Vista
1. Please download the Ladibug™ software after connected to the Lumens™
web site.
2. Click the [Setup] file after decompressing the downloaded file.
3. The installation wizard will guide you through the process. Please follow the
on-screen instructions and click [Next] for the next step.
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4. Click [Yes] to create Ladibug™ shortcut on your desktop.
5. Please click the [Finish] button then reboot the system.
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4.5.1 Install with MAC
1. Please download the Ladibug™ software after connected to the Lumens™
web site.
2. Click the [Ladibug] file after decompressing the downloaded file.
3. Run the installation process by following the onscreen instructions.
4. Click [Continue] to continue.
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5. Click [Install] to continue.
6. Enter your username and password, then click [OK].
7. Click [Continue Installation] to continue.
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8. Click [Restart] to finish installing the software.
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Chapter 5 Start Using
<Note>: Ensure that the USB cable is connected and Ladibug™ software is
installed at first. Refer to Chapter 4 Installation and Connections in this user
manual.
FOCUS
1. Double click on
2. Move the mouse to
USB Cable
icon to begin Ladibug™ Software.
icon, and the main function menu will be displayed.
3. Place an object to be displayed under the camera.
4. Press [PREVIEW]
to display the POWER Frequency setting page, and
then follow the on-screen instructions for setting. The live video will be
available after the setting is completed. (*This setting is required only when
you are using for the first time.)
Note: You are advised to confirm the local voltage/frequency before setting
the POWER Frequency. For example, 60Hz is applicable for America, Taiwan,
Japan, etc; 50Hz is applicable for Europe or other regions.
5. Click
button to optimize the image. You are ready to teach/present.
6. Adjust the gooseneck as needed and click [FOCUS] button.
* Each time the camera head is moved, click the [FOCUS] button to refocus the
lens.
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Chapter 6 Function Menu
6.1 IN WINDOWS
6.1.1 Main Function Menu
Power On / Off
Lamp On/Off
Image Optimization
Live Image Preview
Set up the recording format
BRIGHTNESS
Begin the main function
menu, and click the right
button to display the
information about the
software.
To adjust the size of image
Adjust the live image focus,
Photo/Text mode, etc.
Advanced Function Menu
Freeze the current image
Annotation Tools
Close the software
Timer
Record the current image
Image Capture
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6.1.2 Annotation Tools
Icon
Function Descriptions
Pointer tool
Laser tool
Insert text
Draw a line
Draw an ellipse
Draw a rectangle
Free-hand drawing tool
Eraser
Clear all
Select the color
Select the line width
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6.1.3 Camera Settings
Control the live image via the Camera Settings interface.
Click
to open Camera Settings interface.
1.
Auto Focus
Automatically adjust focal length on an object.
2.
Focus
3.
Auto Exposure
4.
Auto White Balance
5.
Rotate
6.
output resolution
7.
Power frequency The power frequency may vary with
Manually adjust focal length on an object.
Set on/off.
Set on/off.
Rotate the image by 0/180 degree.
Set output resolution.
countries. Please check it before using.
<Note> In most parts of the world this is 50 Hz, although in the
Americas it is typically 60 Hz.
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6.1.4 Options
Click
to open Options Menu.
1. Factory Reset Activate the factory reset.
2. Video Compress Codec Format Set the video format.
<Note> You need to enable the [Enable Video Compress] before
setting.
3. Enable Audio Recorder Enable the audio record device and set the
audio source.
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6.1.5 Time Lapse
Click
to open Time Lapse Menu.




1.
Select file directory to change the default.
2.
Specify a file name.
3.
Set the start time.
4.
Capture images at a pre-set intervals.
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6.2 IN MAC
6.2.1

Software Screen Introduction



1. Live image
2. Main Menu
3. Thumbnail Window
4. File Management Function Menu
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6.2.2 Thumbnail

1.Close/Open Thumbnail
2.Thumbnail image of saved video or
captured image (It will be
displayed as
if it’s a video)
3.Save the video which has been
edited
4.Save as a new file
5.Change the storage folder
6.Delete file
7.Send captured image via e-mail





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6.2.3 Main Function Menu
POWER:
Turn the Document Camera
on/off.
AUTO TUNE:
Automatically adjust the image
to have the best brightness and
focusing performance.
OPTIONS:
Select video compression
method and the audio source.
6.2.6 Options is the reference
of the selecting screen.
MAIN:
Launch the main functions
menu. Right click on this icon to
show information about the
Ladibug™.
MASK MODE:
Open the mask mode. Please
refet to 8.8 I would like to use
the mask mode.
FREEZE:
Freeze the live image.
SPOTLIGHT MODE:
Open the emphasizing mode.
Please refet to 8.9 I would like
to us the spotlight mode.
RECORD:
Record the current image.
LAMP:
Turn the lamp on/off.
PREVIEW:
Display live images.
BRIGHTNESS:
Manually adjust the brightness
of the image.
ZOOM:
Increase or decrease the
image size.
CAMERA SETTING:
Launch the Camera Setting
window to adjust live images.
6.2.5 CAMERA Settings is the
reference of the selecting
screen.
ANNOTATION:
Open the annotation tools.
Please refet to 6.2.4
Annotation.
TIME LAPSE
PHOTOGRAPHY:
Use the burst mode and adjust
the interval of automatical
image capturing. Please refet
to 8.3 I would like to capture
images continuously.
CAPTURE:
Image Capture.
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6.2.4 Annotation
 Click
to
open annotation
tools
Icon
Description
Pointer tool
Laser tool
Insert text
Eraser (Clear marks of
free-hand drawing tool)
Draw a line
Draw an ellipse
Draw a rectangle
Delete
Free-hand drawing tool
Back
Next
Clear all
Select pen color
Select line thickness
Select transparency
Select Font
Select Font Size
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6.2.5 Camera Settings
Control the live image via the Camera Settings interface.
Click
to open Camera Settings interface.
1. Auto Focus: Automatically adjust the best focal length.
2. Focus: Manually adjust focal length on an object.
3. Auto Exposure: Set on/off.
4. Auto White Balance: Set on/off.
5. Rotate: Rotate the image by 0/180 degree.
6. Output resolution: Set output resolution.
7. Power frequency: The power frequency may vary with countries.
Please check it before using.
<Remark> In most parts of the world this is 50 Hz, although in
the Americas it is typically 60 Hz.
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6.2.6 Options
Click
to open Options Menu.
1. Factory Reset: Activate the factory reset.
2. Video Compression Type: Set up the recording format.
3. Enable Audio Recorder: Enable the audio record device and set the
audio source.
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6.2.7 Time Lapse
Click
to open Time Lapse Menu



1.
Specify a file name.
2.
Set the start time.
3.
Set the interval and the length of time of image capturing.
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Chapter 7 Descriptions of Major
Functions – IN Windows
7.1 I would like to display a live image
1. Click
to display a live image.
7.2 I would like to optimize the image
1. Click
.
7.3 I would like to use the auto focus
1. Click the AF button on the camera head of main unit.
7.4 I would like to adjust the brightness
1. Click
to show the brightness scroll.
2. Move upward to increase brightness, or downward to decrease
brightness.
7.5 I would like to turn on/off the lamp
1. Click
to turn on/off the lamp.
7.6 I would like to zoom in/zoom out
1. Click
to display the image scrollbar.
2. Scroll up/down to enlarge/reduce the image.
7.7 I would like to capture images
1. Click
to show the advanced menu.
2. Click
to capture and save images.
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7.8 I would like to record videos
1. Click
to show the advanced menu.
2. Click
to begin the recording tool.
<Remark>: Click
to change settings including recording format and
audio.
3. Click [Record] to show the “Save” window.
4. After entering the file name, click [Save] to begin recording.
5. Click [Stop] to stop recording.
6. Click
to close the recording tool.
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7.9 I would like to set up the timer.
1. Click
to show the advanced menu.
2. Click
to show the “Time Lapse” window.
A.
B.
C.
D.
Set up the file directory.
Set up the file name
Set up the start time.
Set up the time lapse.
A
B
C
D
3. Click [OK] to exit and the timer takes effect.
7.10 I would like to freeze images
1. Click
to freeze the current image on the screen.
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7.11 I would like to annotate the live image
1. Click
to show annotation tools
2. The default is the arrow tool [Pointer]. You can select the other
annotation tool.
3. Select the color of the annotation tool,
.
4. Set up the line width,
.
5. Add an annotation to the live image.
<Remark>: Click
to capture the annotated image.
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7.12 I would like to add text to the live image
1. Click
to show annotation tools
2. Select the text tool to show [Text Tool] window.
3. Click
to set up font, size, and color.
4. After entering text, click
<Remark>: Click
.
to capture the text image.
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7.13 Working with Other Applications
7.13.1. I would like to insert a photo in MS-Paint
<Remark>: Support Windows XP Operation System only.
1. Click [File/From Scanner or Camera] in MS-Paint as shown in the bottom
left figure.
2. Click [Get Picture] will capture the photos of live images and insert the
files in use shown as top right figure.
7.13.2. I would like to insert a photo in MS-Word
<Remark>: For Windows Office 2003 or later versions, please use the
function with OneNote.
1. Click [Insert/Image/From Scanner or Camera] in MS-Word.
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2. Select [USB Video Device #5] and click [Custom Insert].
3. Click [Get Picture]. It will capture the photo of live image.
7.13.3. I would like to change the setting of the DC120 and then
capture a photo in MS-Word
<Remark>: For Windows Office 2003 or later versions, please use the
function with OneNote.
1. Click [Insert/Image/From Scanner or Camera] in MS-Word.
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2. Select [Lumens Document Camera TWAIN] and click [Custom Insert].
3. A window showing a live image (see below) will be displayed.
4. Click [Setting].
When the Camera Settings window pops up, the live image can be
adjusted.
5. Click [Capture] to capture images in MS-Word.
6. Click [Cancel] to exit.
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Chapter 8 Descriptions of Major
Functions – IN MAC
8.1 I would like to display a live image

Click
to display the live image.
8.2 I would like to optimize the image

1. Click
.
8.3 I would like to use the auto focus

1. Click the AF button on the camera head of main unit.
8.4 I would like to adjust the brightness

Click
to show the brightness scroll.

Move upward to increase brightness, or downward to decrease
brightness.
8.5 I would like to turn on/off the lamp

Click
to turn on/off the lamp.
8.6 I would like to zoom in/zoom out

1. Click
to display the image scrollbar.

2. Scroll up/down to enlarge/reduce the image.
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8.7 I would like to capture images

Click
to capture images.
[Note] The captured images will be displayed in the Thumbnail
area.
8.8 I would like to capture images continuously

Click
to open burst mode setting. Click [OK] after setting.
<Note> Please refer to 6.2.7 Time Lapse for more Time Lapse
settings.
<Note> The captured images will be displayed in the Thumbnail
window.
8.9 I would like to freeze the live image

Click
to freeze the live image of Ladibug™.

Click
once again to lift the freeze.
8.10 I would like to annotate the displayed image
<Note> To annotate the saved image, please open the pictures of
the Thumbnail area.

Click
to open the annotation tools.
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
Select a annotation tool.

Select pen color.

Select line thickness.

Select transparency.

Mark or annotate the displayed
image.
<Remark> You can Click
to capture images if they are live
images. You can click [SAVE] or [SAVE AS] to save the files
if they are image files opened from the Thumbnail.
<Remark> You can add annotation when recording, but you can’t save it
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8.11 I would like to add textual annotation to images

Click
to open the annotation tools.

Select

Select pen color.

Select transparency.

Select font and font size.

Drag a block on the picture then start to enter text.
<Remark> You can Click
to capture images if they are live
images. You can click [SAVE] or [SAVE AS] to save files if
they are image files.
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8.12 I would like to record videos

Click
to open the recording tool.
<Note> Click
to open the interface of video format and
audio source setting, please refer to 6.2.6 Options for more
details

Click

Press

Click
to start recording.
to stop recording.
to close the recording tool.
<Remark> You can use annotation tools when recording, but you
can’t save it.
8.13 I would like to use the mask mode

Click
to open the mask mode.

You can directly modify the length and the
width of the block with mouse.

Click
to modify the transparency of
the block.

Click
to close the mask mode.
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8.14 I would like to use the spotlight mode

Click
to open Spotlight mode.

Modify the length and the width with
mouse.

Click
to modify the shape and
transparency of the block.

Click
to close the Spotlight mode.
8.15 I would like to manage saved image files.
8.15.1 Save as a new file

First, double-click the picture or image file in the “Thumbnail”
window on the left side of the screen.
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
Click [Save as]
, then “Save As” window will pop up.

After inputting “file name”, click [SAVE] to finish saving.
8.15.2 Change the location of file access

Click [Directory]
, then “OPEN” window will pop up.

After selecting the location of the folder, click [Choose] to change
the folder for saving pictures next time.
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8.15.3 Delete File

First, double-click the picture in the “Thumbnail” window on the left
side of the screen.

Click [Delete]
, then “Delete File” window will pop up. Click
[Yes] to delete files.
8.15.4 Send files by E-mail function.

First, double-click the picture in the “Thumbnail” window on the left
side of the screen.

Click [E-mail]
, then “Email File” window will pop up. Click
[Yes] to open e-mail.
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Chapter 9 Connecting to a Microscope
1. Mount the microscope adapter onto the microscope.
<Note>: Please choose an appropriate microscope adapter. Microscope
adapter accessories are applicable to eyepieces of Ø 28 mm.
2. The lens of DC120 connects with the microscope adapter.
3. If the image is not clear
3.1 Click the [FOCUS] button on the DC120 camera head of main unit to
activate the auto focus.
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Chapter 10 Troubleshooting
This chapter describes problems you may encounter while using DC120. If you
have questions, please refer to related chapters and follow all the suggested
solutions. If the problem still occurred, please contact our distributors or service
center.
No.
Problems
Solutions
1
Boot without power Ensure that the USB cable is connected.
signal
2
Unable to focus
Probably the document is too close. Pull away the
distance between document and lens, then click
[FOCUS].
3
DC120 cannot
operate normally
Probably the machine cannot operate normally due to
that the power supply of the USB port at the front end of
the computer is insufficient. Try to connect to a USB port
at the rear end or a USB hub with a power adapter.
4
Cannot identify
DC120
Outdated or incomplete OS versions might not be able to
identify USB devices like DC120. Please use Windows
XP SP2 or newer versions that are compatible.
5
Output screen is
flickering
By default, the voltage/frequency value of Ladibug is
60Hz. If voltage/frequency of 50Hz is required in your
country, flickering of screen may occur when the
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Ladibug is used. Please refer to 6.1.3 and 6.2.5
Camera Settings of Chap 6 Function Menu to change
the POWER frequency setting to 50Hz.
6
Digital Zoom is
disabled
Please click Options to make sure whether
Software Mode is on Annotation Mode. For details,
please refer to 6.1.4 Options of Chap 6 Function
Menu.
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