Reviews and Problems with Microsoft LifeCam VX-7000
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Daniel Post, Amazon
15 May 2013
Summary: Good item, works well, but could use a more substantial means to fasten to your computer- we have two and they have done yeoman duty over the past few years. Good color and resolution for what it was designed to do.
Summary: I've been pleased with this model for years, solid video & audio quality across Skype. I had one that lasted for 5 years, & was only put down after my cat ripped it out of my laptop & severed the cord. I liked it enough to purchase another.
Summary: I liked this camera it had a great resolution and everything is perfect the sound, the video quality and i really liked this product, but my only problem is that after using it for like 5 times my video doesn't work no matter how many times i reinstall the software the video is just not showing and i don't understand what is the problem.
Summary: I first bought the VX-6000 and it works ok but my daughter calls me on Skype with no webcam so I got the VX-7000 and she used the VX-6000. The VX-7000 is focus free and needs more light but it is sharper with better frame rate. It had a nice heavy metal body and fits my LCD Screen. Since I already had lifecam software installed, I just plugged it in and was ready to go. Sound is not as full as the VX-6000 but seems to cancel noises in the room better.
Summary: I decided to purchase this item because my last webcam didn't have a large enough resolution. In other words, it couldn't capture a large enough image/piece of footage. Also, the colors were horrific. However, this webcam is worth the purchase. It captures enough a large of display, as well as allowing you to adjust the colors, so your pictures/footage don't look horrendous. All in all, a very worthwhile purchase.
Summary: purchased this product due my daughter and grandchildren relocating. I wanted dependability, so I went with Microsoft. works fine, but the level of instructions for its use is not very user friendly. I am still practicing to learn usefulness.