DLSR cameras offer many benefits over traditional webcameras.
Image sensor: Pixels are large and capture more light and detail.
Low light(ISO range): With overall features like sensor size, magepixel count, color science, low light performance is leagues ahead of a webcam.
Lenses: DSLR lenses can be changed. Increasing zoom, better low light imaging, shallow depth of field, and background blur are all acheavable with different lenses.
Connectivity: DSLR cameras feature many different connectivity options: USB, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for wireless image sharing, HDMI for video streaming, and SD card recording for editing.
Megapixels: A high megapixel - image resolution - count increases fine detail and sharpness.
Color science: Camera manufacturers invest heavily in their color science. This is how the sensor and ISP process and interpret colors.
Dynamic range: Dynamic range is the difference between the brightest and darkest parts of the image a camera can capture. The highter dynamic range, the more lifelike colors will appear without crushing shadows or clipping highlights.
Manual control: Every element of the image is tunable. Exposure, ISO, focus, etc.
- Interface: USB 3.1
- Video Input: HDMI 1.4
- Audio Input: HDMI
- Max. Input: 2160p30, 1440p60, 1080p120
- Max. Recording: 1080p120, 2160p30, 1440p60
- Supported Resolution: 2160p, 1440p, 1080p, 720p
- Output Video Format: YUY2, NV12, RGB
- Recording Resolution and Max FPS: 3840x2160 - NV12/30; 2560x1440 - NV12/60, YUY/50; 1920x1080 - NV12/120, YUY/60, XRGB/30; 1280x720 - NV12/60, YUY/60, XRGB/60.
- LED status indicator: Green-power, Orange-run.
- System Requirement:
Windows 10 x 64
For 4Kp30 or 1080p120 recording: Intel Core i7-7700HQ or above, NVIDIA GeForce GTX1050 Ti or above, 8 GB RAM.
For 1080p60 recording: Intel Core i7-4810MQ, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 870M or above, 8 GB RAM.
For 4Kp30 or 1080p120 recording:Intel Core i5-6XXX / AMD, Ryzen 3 XXX or above, NVIDIA GTX 1060 / AMD RX 5700 or above, 8 GB RAM.
For 1080p60 recording:Intel Core i7-3770 recommended, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 / AMD Radeon R7 250X or above, 4 GB RAM.
Mac OS High Sierra 10.15 and above.
For 4Kp30 or 1080p120 recording:
iMac 2019: 3.2GHz 6-core Intel Core i7, Radeon Pro 555X with 2GB of GDDR5 memory, 16GB of 2400MHz DDR4 memory.
MacBook Pro 2018: 2.6GHz 6-core Intel Core i7, Radeon Pro 560X with 4GB of GDDR5 memory or above, 16GB of 2400MHz DDR4 memory.
- Package Contents: ezcap322 CameraLink RAW, Manual
- Dimensions: 89 x 40 x 12 mm
The tips will ensure the best experience and image quality when using a camera with ezcap313 Camera Link Mini. These are general tips and may not apply directly to the camera you are using.
1, Disable AUTO SHUTOFF: Most cameras will automatically turn off to prevent battery drain. For video calls, the camera needs to stay on indefinitely. Automatic power shutoff settings are most often found in the power settings of the camera.
2, Clean HDMI OUTPUT: Cameras output graphical user interface elements such as battery levels and resolution settings. THis can be disabled by goting into HDMI menu of camera and disableing HDMI info display, or by pressing the info button on your camera multiple times.
3, Use an AC ADAPTER: Most cameras cannot operate and charge at the same time. An AC adapter or dummy battery must be used to trick the camera into thinking it it running or battery power indefinitely.
4, Set to MOVIE MODE: Look for the Movie Mode option, typically indicated by a film camera icon on a camera's mode dial.
- 2160p30, 1080p120 and 1440p60 HDMI input.
- 1080p120, 2160p30 and 1440p60 recording.
- RGB real color video format up to 1080p30.
- Latency less than 50ms.
- UVC standard, manual driver installation is not needed.
- Supports most of third party video capture softwares.
- USB 3.1 super fast speed.