Reviews and Problems with Logitech QuickCam Pro 4000
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Excellent choice for small businesses
D. Brennan, Amazon
27 January 2006
Summary: I purchased three as a test. One went to Detroit, one to Orlando and one stayed in NY with me. My two remote sales people, neither of whom are techies, had the cameras set up with their laptops in 15-20 minutes.
Summary: Having owned the previous model (3000) for about a year, and happy with it, this newer versions improves on a few shortfalls. First of all, the stand is MUCH improved. It pivots & rotates nicely. Secondly, the viewed image, picture is noticely better and with added zoom feature, I am very pleased.
Summary: My first webcam was a logitech quickcam, a long, long time ago, a parallel port version. Since then, I've bought probably 3 other webcams trying to find one I liked, all were USB, and all I returned to the store for bad performance or flakiness.
Summary: Logictech 4000 pro quickcam is a decent camera for home use. the picture quality is one that will satisfy. its fairly easy to install and.. frankly its way better than those VGA cameras out there that display very poorly when the place is dark or in low lighting conditions.
Summary: I have a couple of these Webcams. They were cutting edge in the day...the day is yesterday. That being said, if you are not expecting to broacast the kids in the LeMans, you'll be very happy with this as an entry level. The images are great the construction is pretty much like iron.
Summary: We are happy with the quality of the pictures, but I have to agree with some of the other negative comments about the flimsy stand and the weight of the cable making it hard to get it set just right perched on my laptop.
Summary: This is my second web cam by Logitech. The first was the Logitech Zoom, which was a piece of junk. After hours of frustration, grainy picture, and sparadic connection, I took it back. The Pro 4000 is a dream! I paid 100.00 dollars for it and don't regret it at all!
Summary: I looked at this camera mainly for long-distance calling over the internet. I find that although the image is smaller than I expected over AIM (and there is no sound), you can use MSN Messenger to get both a bigger image and sound.