Reviews and Problems with Logitech QuickCam Ultra Vision
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Review: Logitech QuickCam Ultra Vision
24 April 2007
Excerpt: This is one of the bulkiest webcams we’ve tested in recent memory (3.8 x 1.5 x 1.5 inches), but it makes up for its monster size by shooting extremely clean video. The menu bar is simple and user-friendly, and for those who eschew the mouse, buttons on both sides of the cam itself yield instant...
Pros: Gold standard for webcam video quality. Easy access to major messaging and chat services.
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.