Reviews and Problems with Logitech QuickCam Pro for Notebooks
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LOUISA MAYBE, Amazon
13 February 2014
Summary: I even forgot I had this thing, now they want me to review it. Basically, I could not get it to work. I did everything they told me to do with their tech support, downloading drivers, installing and uninstalling.
Summary: I've tried several notebook webcams and was excited to get the logitech Quickcam Pro because of the good reviews, but I must say I'm very disappointed with the webcam and will be returning it for the Creative Ultra Webcam for Notebooks.
Summary: It is a great camera, if optics are the only measure of greatness. But that would be like saying that the engine is the only measure of a good car. If the steering wheel is on the wrong side of the dashboard, that's not just some aesthetic issue. So it is with this camera. The stand is terrible.
Summary: Given that this webcam is near the high end of webcam prices, I expected a much better picture quality. The video quality is good, but the stills aren't that clear. It hangs pretty well on my laptop.
Summary: Used on a Pentium M laptop w/ vCon H.263/264 video conferencing software; never used LogiTech software. Flawlessly connected to high-end Polycom & Tandberg units, & sent impressive video quality. Clip on laptop mount is durable and effective, extremely portable.
Summary: i've been using the quickcam 3000 for a few years now with good results. so i figured i wasn't taking any risks to buy the quickcam pro for notebooks. i use it on a thinkpad t41 with windows xp sp1 and the latest logitech drivers. the image quality is grainy.