Exo Labs also offers a varifocal lens attachment that enables the Focus Camera to transform into a stand-alone device capable of viewing and recording larger specimens like bugs, rocks, coins, electronics, dissections and whatever else you might want to explore. This solution is particularly well suited to the new time lapse feature. The camera can be programmed to take photos or video in assigned intervals so a slow chemical process or the development of an ant colony can be recorded.
In addition to the new time lapse capabilities, some existing features have been upgraded. One of the most popular features on the original Focus App is annotation – the ability to place notes or labels right on the image, wherever the user selects. This upgrade will extend that ability into video. Teachers, students, professional researchers, or even manufacturing assembly workers can now easily record video, adjust the manner in which this data is captured through the time lapse feature, and add notes right onto the video.
Exo Labs has also made it easier to email videos directly from their Focus App. Saved videos can now be sent from the Saved folder in the App.
The education market has taken notice of the Focus Microscope Camera because so many teachers, professors, and professionals are looking for ways to extend the functionality of their iPads. Exo Labs continues to deliver with upgrades and new product features that the market is asking for. Since their launch of the Focus Microscope Camera and App in April of this year, they have added video capture
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