Summary: I really wanted to like this item. Really needed it for home set up, seemed easy to install. Just moving from one location to another, being very careful. Plastic piece that holds on Eyeball broke, really no way to repair. Can not recommend whatsoever.
Summary: even though the mac will recognized the camera and allow you to use it, the open source usb driver that the mac utilizes renders the camera pretty much useless. The mic sounds great, but the frame rate on a mac tower is so low it's not functional. The color is terrible.
Doesn't work with Mac OS X Snow Leopard. No customer service.
C. Sheng, Amazon
25 July 2012
Summary: I bought this mic/webcam two years ago for my Mac Pro running OS X 10.4 at the time. It worked marginally well then, although the frame rate while using Skype was terrible, and there was absolutely no option on the Mac to control this thing.
Summary: My husband and I bought a webcam because he was going to be out of state for 6 weeks. My dad had the Blue eyeball 2.0 so we decided to use his so we didn't have to purchase two. It's supposed to be HD and the quality was awful, even in natural light it's not great.
Summary: I had high hopes for this "plug and play" webcam based on other reviews I read here. I mainly needed the microphone for an iMovie project, but I find that the video quality is really bad -- in PhotoBooth, Facetime, you name it.
Summary: This webcam doesn't work as expected. The stand is not stable and it always falls off. You can't even mount it anywhere as it is a flat surface base. If you want to frequently change the direction of webcam, dont buy this.
Summary: I bought one of these for my Mac-Mini and was very disappointed both in the frame rate and video quality. In a normally lit living room the video had white streaks similar to the old tv 'snowy' pictures... improved somewhat with lots of light.