Reviews and Problems with Logitech QuickCam E 3500
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Good webcam and not to expensive
29 June 2010
Excerpt: Say hello to the world with this Logitech Quickcam E 3500 Simple, easy and good are three words in which I can describe this webcam from Logitech. Since a while now I had a webcam and I think this is actually my second one.
Summary: I needed a new Vista compatible Webcam so I looked at a lot of reviews on here. I though that the reviewer "Ozman" must have had a faulty cam as other reviewers said it was a great little cam for the price.
Excerpt: Since I am an overseas student from Indonesia, I need a good web camera that can support my video conference with my family in Indonesia. Since the internet connection on Indonesia is not to good, the average speed of the real internet connection in Indonesia is just 100kbps, so I need a camera that...
Summary: If you want a high quality webcam, spend alot more money. The Logitech E3500 is a nice cheap camera, the quality can be optimized with the right settings and of course having good lighting where you intend to use it.
Summary: A very easy to set up piece of equipment. My computer is so old and slow that the image freezes occasionally but the end result is good. I expect a better result with more modern equipment. I purchased this after reading a number of reviews and this was widely recommended.
Summary: I just brought this webcam to be used through MSN messenger. It was very easy and quick to install and to configure. It looks good as it is quite small. As I have a very fine laptop screen the clip does not give a very secure fit but is satifactory with a little fiddling and no big knocks.
Given its price, it is worth a look at if you are thinking about testing the waters of video chat
4 July 2009
Excerpt: With the integrated webcam on my laptop lid having just died, I was in the market for a webcam, and when I saw that WHSmiths were selling this for a shade under £10, I thought i mite as well give it a go.
Summary: Got this to use with Skype so needed both a camera and microphone. No problem setting it up. Decent length USB cable means it can sit comfortably on top of the monitor (bracket folds out nicely for old CRT type monitors) and the cable easily reached the system unit beneath the desk.