Going Digital - Qp1

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Digital Camera & Web Cam with AVI Movies capability
Over 100,000 pixels!

THE NISIS Qp1 takes up to 20 pictures in high resolution mode or 80 pictures in the lower resolution mode. Qp1 with hand Image
The Qp1 even has a Self Timer mode and a Self Power control function to save battery life.
PLUS the Qp1 can be used as a full function PC Internet camera to send video mail or video conference with friends and family in full motion video.
IN ADDITION you can also capture video clips in AVI format.
ONLY 3 CLICKS to install and simple to connect with the USB interface.
PRODUCTIVE SOFTWARE supplied with the Qp1 includes :-
Pen Cam Video Live Mail Video Studio Photo Express Photo Explorer NetMeeting
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    Technical Specifications
  • Digital, Web & Video Colour PC Camera
  • Sensor Type: 24 bit Colour CIF (352 x 288) CMOS Image Sensor
  • Maximum Resolution: 352 x 288 (101,376 pixels)
  • Maximum Number of Colours: 16 Million
  • USB port interface
  • Image performance for Video stream:
    20 fps for QCIF (176 x 144)
    9 fps for CIF (352 x 288)
  • Still Images
    20 Pictures for CIF (352 x 288 pixels)
    80 Pictures in QCIF (176 x 144 pixels)
  • Memory: SDRAM 16 Mbits (2 MBytes)
  • TN LCD Display
    • Hr: CIF Mode
    • Lr: QCIF Mode
    • Battery Low Status (display blinks)
    • St: Self timer Mode (10 seconds)
    • Ct: Continuous Mode
    • CL: Clear all pictures
  • Dimensions: 12.5cm x 3.0cm x 2.0cm
  • Battery: 2 x 1.5V Alkaline batteries (size AAA)
  • Battery Capacity: Continuous Snapshots for 2 hours, Stand-by can work about 2 weeks
  • USB Power: When connected to USB port, camera derives its power from the PC
  • View Angle: 54 degrees
  • Focal length: 5.6 mm (effective)
  • Windows® 98, 98SE, ME, 2000 and XP compatible
Qp1 Functions diagram
    Minimum System Requirements
  • Pentium 200MHz. processor or faster
  • 32MB of RAM memory (64MB recommended)
  • Graphics adapter with minimum of 2MB RAM and capable of displaying at least 16-bit high colour
  • Windows 98, 98SE, ME, 2000 or XP
  • Installed USB port
  • CD ROM Drive

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