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What Are AVer Cameras And Where Should You Use Them?

Feb 01, 2023

AVer is a brand that specialises in creating high-quality cameras for professional use within offices and other workplaces. From PTZ cameras to document cameras, AVer has a camera for almost every business’ need.

In this article, we're going to be taking a closer look at what AVer cameras are and where they are best used.

What are AVer Cameras?

AVer cameras are designed for use in professional settings, such as classrooms, conference rooms, and offices. The brand offers a variety of cameras, including PTZ cameras, document cameras, and USB cameras.

Each of these cameras are designed with specific features that make them ideal for use in different settings.

What are AVer PTZ Cameras?

Pan-tilt-zoom cameras (PTZ) are ideal for capturing images and videos in large rooms. These cameras are mounted on a stand and can be controlled remotely to adjust the angle and zoom level, making them ideal for use in classrooms and conference rooms, where you want to be able to capture everyone in the room.

Many AVer PTZ models offer features such as SmartShoot, allowing seamless tracking between preset areas, so you can capture different areas of the room without worrying that you will be out of frame.

For example, if you’re delivering a presentation to a classroom, you may wish to preset areas that focus on the interactive screen, the whiteboard and the students.

What are AVer Document Cameras?

As the name suggests, document cameras are designed specifically for capturing images of documents.

These cameras typically come with a built-in light source, which makes it easier to capture clear images, even in low-light conditions- an essential when capturing details such as small text. Document cameras are perfect for use in a variety of settings, including classrooms, offices, and production studios.

What are AVer USB Cameras?

USB video conferencing cameras are the simplest and most straightforward of the AVer cameras. They plug directly into a computer or other device and are primarily used for video conferencing, however, they have a variety of other purposes, including live streaming and video recording.

AVers’s USB Conferencing systems are easy to use and compatible with most cloud and web-based conferencing applications such as Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Skype and Google Meet. This makes them the perfect solution for both remote and hybrid working.

Where Should You Use AVer Cameras?

AVer cameras are designed for use in professional settings where high-quality video and images are important. Some of the most common environments where AVer cameras are used include:

Classrooms

AVer cameras are perfect for use in classrooms. As we mentioned earlier, AVer PTZ cameras are ideal for capturing every angle of the classroom. USB plug-and-play cameras are also key for educational settings which work remotely via video conferencing, allowing students and educators to sign in to a lesson from anywhere.

This technology helps to facilitate digital transformation by making schools more digitally mature, which is a key aim of many schools and educational settings.

Conference Rooms

PTZ cameras are ideal for use in conference rooms, where you want to be able to capture a clear image of the entire room or a specific area without cutting anyone out of the frame.

Offices

Both PTZ and USB plug-and-play conference cameras are ideal for use in offices, where they can be used for video conferencing, live streaming, and recording. Easy-to-use conferencing systems are becoming an essential in offices since the coronavirus pandemic, which prompted many businesses to reevaluate their operations and implement a remote and hybrid working.

Home Offices

As we mentioned above, in order to facilitate remote working, workers will need a simple to use video conferencing solution that allows them to quickly log on to web or cloud based meeting applications such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams and Google Meet. Fortunately, AVer’s USB plug-and-play cameras are the perfect solution for this.

AVer at DMS

At DMS, we understand the need for high quality document camera and video conferencing solutions within the workplace. Our video conferencing solutions can help you to improve productivity, collaboration and communication.

We work with only the top technology brands, including AVer to help your business or classroom capture high-quality video and images in a professional setting.

Whether you're in a classroom, conference room, video production studio, or office, AVer has a camera that will meet your needs. With a variety of cameras to choose from, we’re sure to help you find the perfect camera for your needs.

Get in touch with our team to discuss how DMS can help your business with Audio Visual solutions.

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