Use laptop as document camera

My school has a tv instead of a projector. We use airtame to mirror the computer screen to the tv. I have an hp pro book which goes into tablet mode. I would like to use the camera on the laptop to project as I write down notes or do examples. The problem is the writing shows backwards. There's only a front facing camera and there are no settings to change the mirror image. Document cameras are expensive and unnecessary if I can just get the image to show correctly. Any suggestions? Or is there a cheaper alternative to a document camera?

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Wish there was a make and model number.
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Hp probook

I have an hp probook with only a front camera. The tv is a vizio. I cant use my phone because airtame for android only projects documents from drive, it doesn't do screencast.

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I have a probook at the office so I'll double check


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My Probook 6560b

Is not mirroring the view. Your fix looks to be to use other webcams.

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(NT) Webcam

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