Reviews and Problems with Creative WebCam Notebook
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Not Mac Compatible, but pretty cool little gadget
J. Sheffield "Fuzzy Upper West Sider", Amazon
24 February 2007
Summary: Note this WILL NOT WORK WITH A MAC -- but it's a tidy little webcam with its own carrying case and despite Amazon's attempts to get you to buy an additional microphone, it comes with one included. Have communicated with persons using one on their laptops and video is pretty decent.
A tiny mobile cam, that has a great image, in good light
21 January 2006
Summary: I bought my Creative Notebook Cam, almost 2 months ago. It was a nice small size for, the new notebook, I was getting. You can expect, a clear picture, in normal daylight, but the only con, is the picure that it produces at night, in lower light levels.
Summary: My parents really like us having this cam as they can see their only grandchild on a regular basis. Yes, the lighting is an issue, but I just move a lamp over near my baby (at night) or open the shades (during the day) so they can see him clearly. Don't expect DV Cam resolution, etc.
Summary: I got this webcam for my husband, who travels for business. (Seeing each other's faces on web chats can be very cheering.) The camera is very nice and portable. It comes with a nice travel pouch and a velcro cord wrap. The resolution is crisp and movement is fluid, as webcams go.
Summary: I bought this cam about two weeks ago and I have been quite happy with it. I was previously using the Logitech QuickCam Orbit which does indeed have better picture quality and motion possibilities. But that cam was just too clunky for my current purposes (using a laptop with limited table space).