Reviews and Problems with Logitech QuickCam for Notebooks Pro
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Value for money 10
20 February 2008
Summary: I was very happy with this webcam and its face accesories and avatars, until I tried to record a video. It will show me moving around and talking until I hit the start recording button, then the camera freezes up and stays frozen until I stop recording.
Summary: Would you by a great car with square tires? I was excited to upgrade from the previous version of this camera so that I could remove the velcro from my laptop. Unfortunately, the challenge of creating a clip which will work on Dell's round-edged inspiron has once again evaded Logitech.
Summary: Camera, mic, drivers, and software all worked fine. The clip will not hold properly on the rather wide edge of the Thinkpad T-series laptop. This caused the unit to constantly slip around and fall off. This is somewhat surprising from Logitech considering popularity of T-series laptops.
Summary: If You own an IBM T - Series NoteBook ( or any IBM NoteBook with the raised Edge from the Flat surface of the LCD Screen ), you can ignore this product because of the clip which is used to attach this Cam to the top of your IBM NoteBook Screen.
Summary: I find that the adjustments on the Quick Cam Pro are very precise and if I use the manual mode and reset all the settings in each situation / condition such as lighting, color etc., I can take a pretty good still picture. The video motion however is another story.
Summary: I was sold on the reviews that I read and ordered the quick cam pro. Upon opening the box the first thing I noticed was the lack of proper instruction material. You have to read between the lines in the Quick Campro user's guide.