The Acrobat HD Ultra CCTV - Big Screen, Big Fun!

Posted by Luke Scriven on 2/5/2019
For reading when you're visually impaired a CCTV (electronic magnifier) can be an invaluable tool. Featuring cameras which project the image of what they're looking at onto a screen, CCTVs are able to magnify things, change the color of them for better contrast, increase their brightness and sometimes even read text aloud to you! When it comers to CCTVs, the bigger the screen the better, as you can fit more text on a larger screen making it easier to read for longer. This is where the Acrobat HD Ultra stands out, with its huge 27" screen!

The Acrobat HD Ultra is a camera and arm type CCTV, meaning the camera is mounted on an adjustable arm above the screen. This makes the camera very adjustable, and also allows the camera to rotate, so you can look at yourself (to check you've done your makeup properly for example) or point it out a window (to look at the birds in the garden, for example). The Acrobat HD Ultra is HD because it has a High-Definition camera, and Ultra because it uses what's called 1080p HD, which is the best HD resolution. This means the image is very clear, and the color reproduction is great, making it perfect for looking at pictures. 

And that 27" screen size - wow! It can fit a lot of text on it, especially for people who can work with lower magnifications and good contrast, for example people with retinitis pigmentosa and glaucoma. Having such a wide field of view makes it very comfortable to read with, so if you love to read but have been struggling due to your vision loss, this could be just the thing for you!

But don't just listen to me talk on about it - watch the YouTube video we made to get an idea exactly what the Acrobat HD Ultra is all about!

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