Summary: This is a follow up to my review "Works great as security camera" on 3/11/2013. I was able to successfully get these cameras working on a Windows 2008 R2 x64 server by installing the Desktop Experience feature. 1.
Pros: I'm running 3 of these webcams on a Core2 Quad HP XW4600 Workstation running Windows Server 2008 R2 with 8GB DDR2 6400 RAM. I use Ispy software to use the cameras as a security system. See my 3/11/2013 review for detailed steps.
Summary: I'm not sure if it's an issue with my motherboard or what, but I've installed the latest drivers multiple times, to no avail. It simply does not work with most applications, for whatever reason.
Pros: Quality was pretty good when I was able to make it work with Skype.
Summary: if you own the monitor and plan on using it for a while without moving the webcam, try using a light adhesive to stick it to the computer so it doesn't fall off if say you turn your ceiling fan up to high.
Pros: Works Cheap designed to synch to VoIP
Cons: not a good HD resolution (but it works for normal chatting) the clip sitting method is a little annoying to deal with
Pros: I have this attached to a Raspberry Pi running mjpeg-streamer, overlooking a robin bird's nest in a tree, and the video/images are very good at a 1280x1024 resolution with true MJPEG output. Color temperature is not perfect, contrast is low, but that is actually perfect for post processing. I wan...