Reviews and Problems with Logitech QuickCam for Notebooks Pro
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QuickCam Pro for Notebooks
28 August 2005
Excerpt: I am most impressed with the quality of the image. For some time now most of the camera lenses have been plastic. I had suspected that a lot of the poor quality images were coming from the lens rather than being totally the fault of poor image sensors. Logitech has now hit a winner with their Carl Zeiss lenses. Figures, if you want the best optics, go to the company that makes some of the best lenses in the world.
Pros: True 2 mega pixel image sensor, True auto focus, not fixed focus, Mounts on a notebook (20mm max) or on included 12 inch stand, Holds firm on rounded edge notebooks, USB Video class compliant, Certified for Windows Vista
Cons: Occasional odd problem with focus, Focus field not totally flat across image, I can't find any other problems yet, Requires Windows XP or later
Excerpt: I still remember my very first webcam. It was 1996 and I had just purchased the Logitech QuickCam for my Pentium 90 MHz system. I was running Windows 95 at the time and the webcam seemed like the perfect cool gadget for my system. Of course once I obtained the camera, I sat there realizing that I didn’t really have much use for the QuickCam afterall.
Conclusion: Logitech a conçu une webcam pour PC portable. Rapide et simple à installer, elle inclut toute une palette de fonctions comme ses concurrentes pour PC de bureau. Reste que la qualité d'image n’est pas toujours au rendez-vous.