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KAPCHR Live Stream DSLR Webcam Device

Use the power of a DSLR camera to capture the attention of your audience with the KAPCHR Live Stream DSLR Webcam Device. This live video capture dongle has an HDMI to USB connection system and uses the best chipsets found in professional, digital broadcasting equipment. As a result, you get reliable, long-term performance. KAPCHR unlocks the power of a DSLR as a webcam for broadcast quality video streaming and recording. Its simple plug-and-play solution doesn’t require any complex software or special drivers. Simply plug it in and capture video in real-time at 1080p 60 frames per second. KAPCHR is compatible with Mac, PC, and Linux and stays cool even during extended use. It’s also lightweight, durable, and compact enough to fit in your pocket and your camera bag to take on the go. Plus, KAPCHR has an independent audio input, so you can match the stunning footage with brilliant, 16bit (48Hz) sound.

KAPCHR Live Stream DSLR Webcam Device
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Mark Myerson
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1080p HD @ 60fps
Mac, PC, Linux, DSLRs, Camcorders
Independent 16-bit 48Hz
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