Reviews and Problems with Logitech QuickCam Ultra Vision
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QuickCam Ultra Vision
15 March 2007
Excerpt: My first impression of this camera is WOW . The image beats everything I have tested to this date, including my $1,500 StarDot netcam MP. The image is crystal clear and the new RightLight 2 technology is amazing.
Pros: Extremely good quality image, Very good image in very low light, Good mounting system, Light weight cord, Mega pixel image sensor, USB 2, Fast frame update
Cons: Software uses too much CPU time, Requires a late model computer, Fixed focus lens, No swivel with mounting bracket, A bit higher priced than others (but worth it)
Summary: This product stands as Logitech's top of the line web cam. At the retail price of $129.99. It may be a bit expensive to some, but those who consistently communicate with long-distance relatives or friends, will overlook the price.
Conclusion: The Logitech QuickCam Ultra Vision is nice, just the ability to see the person on the other end is a great treat, especially if it’s someone you have not seen in ages. Although the video capabilities were not impressive, I feel it was more a result of my connection which is kind of slow by DSL...
Pros: Compact Modern Design that’s flexible and adjustable, Certified for Windows Vista integrates well with existing technologies built in to the OS such as Windows Photo Gallery and Moviemaker., Supports a wide range of online and instant messaging services., Adjustable Camera Lens, Snapshot and Quic...
Cons: Flexible rubber clip does look or feel 100% secure when fitted on top of LCD monitors such as Notebook computers, Installation and configuration phases are bit too much; I just want to start using the device as quickly as possible., 4 Mega pixel photo qualities are not that impressive.