Reviews and Problems with Logitech QuickCam Vision Pro
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False Advertising - this may not be new
Kelly J Knight, Amazon
27 May 2012
Summary: I received this product in a hand wrapping of bubble wrap around the cam in a store bought ziplock baggy type bag. It was not in the factory sealed Logitech box. The vendor puts a picture of the Logitech box right on the webpage and had a section of "What's in the box?" The list below are items that you do not get other than the camera and the cable. This is clearly false advertising.
Summary: I switched from PC to Mac with Windows 7 running as a guest operating system a few months ago. Before making the switch, it was important to me that I knew the webcam I had would work well on the Mac side since I teach biology online and use the webcam and the online classroom's webcam function to do the dissection walk-throughs. The original Logitech auto-focus webcam I had was reported by the manufacturer as being compatible.
Summary: Connected to Mac Pro (Early 2008 model) and it worked without a hitch, the quality is quite good. It is pricier than many other web cams, but I didn't want something that needed drivers and something that would work in Photobooth, though I mainly used it for Skype.
Summary: I got this cam for my MacBook Pro because the built-in iSight sucks. I am an adult webcam model so I needed something with a lot better quality after receiving many complaints about the iSight from my clients. I use this camera 5 days a week if not more, and the quality is excellent. It took me a long time to find a Mac comaptible high-quality camera.
Summary: This worked plug and play with my OS X home made build. Works with all software - Skype, Gchat, etc. People I have chatted with have told me the image is sharp, the mic is great for calls and installation was a breeze.