I was about to comment the same thing. I use my iPhone 8, which has a good 
camera. Also got an articulate suspension arm that you screw to the edge of the 
table. It’s just 25 bucks on Amazon and it has a pivotal arm, larger than the 
Ipevo stand so you can bring it closer or farther away from your hands. Also 
got a second suspension arm that comes with a Led ring light, I didn’t try it 
yet but I think it serves to smooth the light of scene in a close up. 
Not sure for how long the iPhone can take a video before it’s full. Perhaps a 
camera is better. 

> On May 2, 2020, at 1:49 PM, Jane Rosemarin <jane.rosema...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I wanted to mention that you can use an iPad, and probably even a cellphone, 
> instead of a document camera. Here’s what I’ve done:
> Place an 18-inch stool or other stable object on the desk. 
> Put the iPad on the stool with the camera protruding over the edge.
> Have the back camera facing down and aimed at your folding surface.
> Be sure to have the mic off on the computer and on on the iPad.
> When it’s time for the conference, log in from your iPad and a second time 
> from your desktop or laptop computer. You will use the iPad video only for 
> demonstrating. The computer will be for images of you.
> When you teach, pin the iPad, and it will look just like a down-facing camera.
> Hope this is useful!
> Jane

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