Not for Windows 7 64 bit but great for XP sp 2 or higher (32 bit)
17 April 2013
Summary: Windows 7 has issues with the drivers, "blue screen of death". The kind of issues that cause you to have to restore Windows and check every program you have , to see if they still work. For 32 bit systems, it's a great little Camera with a "blinder" on it (A kind of lenscap).
Summary: I purchased this item to use in webcaming via Skype with my out-of-state parents. They are 80+ years old and have purchased their first computer...all because they want to have virtual visits with their first grandchild.
Summary: I bought this webcam a couple of years ago to use with a Windows PC. Then I switched to Mac and have used the MacBook's built-in camera - but, while the quality of the Mac's built-in camera's video is good, you can't change the camera position - and I'd like to be able to include video of the rest...
Summary: The product itself looks real nice, unobtrusive. The video is excellent, the software provides very conveniant (as well as very specific) easy adjustments including the options of disabling the camera and microphone. Also sits very easily on CRT monitors. Very easy to set up!
Summary: This is the first web cam I ever purchased, and I'm not a techie. I have read some negative reviews arount the net on this product, but as far as I'm concerned, this cam delivers on what it's suppose to give up. I consider it to be a great bang for my buck.
Summary: We purchased this camera with our children living more than 100 miles from us. We have a son in the military and it has made all the difference in keeping our 2 year old grandson in our lives. A must have for anyone who wants to watch their grandchildren grow up when they live so far away :-)