Good as a webcam, bad as a digital camera. Tripod socket a plus.
6 December 2012
Summary: I dabble in stop-motion animation, which requires the webcam to be able to attach to a tripod. This was the only webcam that I could find with a tripod socket. The camera also doubles as a digital camera. As a webcam, it is of average quality but when you consider that this model is several years old, the quality is actually pretty good for its age. Since I have to get in close, the fixed focus lens is a problem.
Summary: This is a very versitile camera and is keeping up with todays webcams. Its sad to see a camera that is this old keep up with the young bucks. Logitech made a good cam for it is better than most of the base models we have on the market today. The camera looks nice on the shelf but to see in person it is kinda chincy.
Summary: I bought a 310 camera a few years ago and it works fine and takes good pictures but, the batteries go dead after every use, which can get expensive if you do not have rechargable ones. Also, the software is not very good at all. It does have a lot of options though, such as stop action, motion detect and video. I eventually wound up buying a real camera that uses rechargable batteries.
Summary: This is the worst dual cam I've ever purchased. The moment I hooked it up, and looked at the picture quality, I packed the camera back up, and stuffed it in a drawer and purchased a better model. For the money, it was a rip off!
Summary: I got this camera a few years ago as a gift. It worked well enough (especially as a webcam) until one day it wouldn't turn on. It would go on like this, turning on when it felt like it and I got fed up when it refused to work when I NEEDED it to take a pic to prove that my car was illegally towed. I finally got the thing to work, but swore against it after that.