Reviews and Problems with Logitech QuickCam Pro for Notebooks
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I should have read the fine print!
21 March 2013
Summary: I haven't been able to test this cam yet. It didn't dawn on me that my operating system wouldn't be backward enabled. The ad mentioned several operating systems this cam would work on.... but not Windows 7, my system.
Summary: Great camera and decent price. Works reliably over skype and the sound quality is excellent.
Pros: This camera just works well. I really like logitech cameras. I just bought a different for my Dad. Sharp picture, excellent microphone, great software. I like the camera stand that comes with it too.
Summary: Cost was a factor for me when I bought Logitech Quickcam for my notebook. So for the money, it's okay. It's easy to use, it is very portable and given that I didn't want to spend a lot to upgrade to a laptop that had a built-in camera, I'm satisfied for now. The picture quality is fuzzy - meaning it isn't clear and defined. Sometimes there are vertical lines running through and the color seems unnatural at times.
Summary: The camera fits well on my Lenovo notebook and was easy to install. I've been using it with Skype and the feedback I've received on the clarity in all lighting situations has been stellar. The builtin microphone picks up sound nicely without needing to be on top of it.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Good In Low Light, Sharp Image
Summary: My daughtor has moved to So Korea to teach english in the public school. This is her first time out of the country and we stay in touthch useing skype and the QuickCam Pro for notebooks has allowed me to do that with clairity both in sound and in video. Thanks Logitech.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Fast Connection, Good In Low Light, Sharp Image
Summary: This has worked well. It has excellent resolution, the software was easy to install and adjust. It came up immediately in skype. The microphone is OK. The webcam attaches easily to both of our two laptops.
The problem is the stand needed for a workstation monitor. The base is small and not sufficiently heavy, the pole is long and, amazingly, doesn't lock into the stand. It tips over at the slightest provocation, the rod detaching from the base in a clatter.