Good quality camera, but you have to download software from the App Store (free)
L. Williams, Amazon
11 June 2015
Summary: I've had an original external Apple iSight webcam since 2004 and loved its simple elegance. However, technology moves on and the quality of the video and audio of the iSight has been eclipsed by even some of the cheapest webcams available.
Summary: I waited three months to buy a gaming headset w/mic. I wish I had bought it sooner. My friends immediately noticed when I began using a headset. For sub-par audio quality at a $99.99 price point, I give it 3 out of 5 stars.
Pros: Shoots smooth 1080p HD video, Nice compact profile, Great mounting clip
Cons: Poor audio quality. This camera boasts stereo microphones, but they sound terrible. In my streaming I sound like I'm underwater, inside of a tin can, and distorted.
Summary: I love the quality of this camera and the fact that it can sit on a tripod unlike the 9000. However, the biggest drawback for my particular use is the lack of a mic mute button on the camera controller.
Summary: The clarity is good but I am very disappointed with the controls for zooming/adjusting and color adjustment. You cant zoom or adjust the picture at all in photo mode you have to click over to video to make adjustments then click back to photo to take your picture.
Summary: The camera has great picture/video quality, it's size is compact, it manages light levels very effectively. The Auto Focus feature is one of the best I have ever seen; quickly adjusts to movement toward and away from the lens. It was also easy to set up and install.
Pros: Great picture quality and video quality.
Cons: Stereo microphone is not great quality, limited software.
Summary: Logitech has a pretty good understanding of hardware.... they make solid products that perform well but when it comes to software they are terrible. For example, if you want to pick resolution for the camera, you are given 4 options: good, better, best, and max.