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Draper will be introducing several new video conferencing accessories at ISE. The Video Conferencing Camera Lift-Ceiling allows the placement of a video conferencing camera directly behind a motorized projection screen. The camera raises and lowers with the screen. The Video Conferencing Camera Lift–Credenza (shown above) hides a camera in conference room furnishing, ready to be raised by remote operation. Draper’s Video Conferencing Camera Adapter Bracket allows a video conferencing camera to be mounted in a Draper ceiling recessed projector lift. The bracket is available with three Draper lift models.

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