Staying in touch with family, friends and colleagues is easier than ever with our live streaming and video conferencing kits. Our high-end USB video conferencing kits are designed to support you, both for your online customer meetings and for live gaming sessions.
Our USB video conferencing sets are compatible with a number of selected EOS and PowerShot cameras. However, to make things easier for you, we’ve created video conferencing sets with everything you need.
All you have to do is read our simple step-by-step guide below and learn how to set up your streaming kits with a USB wrist. In addition, these Dogma Streaming Camera sets are fully compatible with our popular video conferencing and live streaming platforms.
The EOS M50, EOS MMark II and PowerShot GX Mark III cameras, plus the accessories in the kit, allow you to capture lighter colors, superior image quality and an adjustable focal length. All you need to stay connected is to turn your PowerShot or EOS camera into a weu video conferencing camera – an extremely recommended option even if you work from home or make frequent video calls with family and friends.
Set up your USB wrist kits step by step. First step:
The next step is to connect the camera to an electrical outlet. Connect the DC coupling and the usual adapter with the foam. Then connect the camera to the usual outlet. Many of our rooms are compatible with power adapters, so it is not always necessary to use the battery. Some kits, such as the PowerShot GX Mark III video conferencing kit, come with two ports. Any battery lasts up to minutes, so you can stay connected anytime, anywhere.
Put the camera in video mode and switch to mechanical mode. In this variety, make sure that the exposure is always correct.
Connect the USB plug to the camera and the other end to one of the USB ports on your computer.
Place the camera on a tripod and rotate it toward you
Open your favorite video conferencing provider and access your video settings. Click the EOS webcam Utility in Video and Point Settings. The EOS webcam Utility software does not allow the use of the camera’s built-in microphone; however, you can use your laptop’s microphone or connect a headset to declare audio.