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Sunday, June 14, 2009

Logitech QuickCam Pro 9000 (Black)

Be there to share precious moments-in person-with Logitech High Quality Video Calling. The Logitech QuickCam Pro 9000 makes PC-to-PC video calls look and sound so real, it's like being in the same room with far-away family and friends. Get razor-sharp video with high-precision Carl Zeiss optics. Crystal-clear echo-cancelling audio. Plus, hundreds of fun video effects. Staying in touch, face-to-face, was never so easy.
QuickCam Pro 9000 leaves nothing to chance. So you can just focus on enjoying the conversation. The high-precision lens system keeps you sharp, clear and in focus-even in extreme close ups and when you move. Calling in dim light? Brightness, color and contrast adjust automatically so your video image never gets lost in shadows. You can even transform yourself into animated characters that mimic your facial expressions to a tee. It's a whole suite of exclusive Logitech technologies that make "in-person" video calls way more fun, natural and simple.

Logitech QuickCam Pro 9000 (Black)

Technical Details:
Box Contents - Logitech QuickCam Pro 9000, USB cable, QuickCam Software CD including Logitech Video Effects, Skype with free full-screen video calling
Conveniently clips to virtually any flat-panel monitor or notebook
Logitech Video Effects - Personalize your conversations with hundreds of avatars and face accessories that mirror expressions
Universal monitor clip mounts easily on any type of display or notebook computer
Carl Zeiss optics

Customer feedback:

1. The Logitech QuickCam Pro 9000 is one of the better webcams I have had the opportunity to use over the years. Its stylish design fits easily on top of my LCD screen, while its functionality and features continue to impress. However, Vista functionality can be an adventure at a few times.
First, let's talk about the good -- picture quality. Let me put it to you think way: This webcam works better than my high priced Sony Camcorder at picking up video in low-light settings. I was simply amazed the first time I used it in a room with compact flourescents in the middle of the night and had such remarkable clarity and picture quality. Logitech credits this ability with something they call RightLight technology. Whatever you want to call it, it's one of the features that definitely makes this webcam stand above the rest.
Next, the optics themselves are impressive. The 9000 utilized Carl Zeiss optics and you can tell the difference between this webcam and others. If you want to find out what makes Carl Zeiss optics so good, I encourage you to do a quick internet search or visit Wikipedia to look it up. It's hard to describe in text how this optics setup helps -- this is definitely something you have to see to believe.

2. As a still camera, the QuickCam Pro 9000 can take better pictures than my old and long gone digital camera, though at maximum resolution you'd better content yourself with emailing them one at a time. However, it is not a complete substitute for it because even with a very long extension cord that desktop will get heavy in a hurry.
As a video camera, the QuickCam Pro 9000 is truly amazing! At maximum resolution people only familiar with older generation web cams will be openmouthed with astonishment, and viewers of the resulting videos will be able to make educated guesses about their dental health. It has a "Face Tracking" feature that can be set to follow one face or multiple faces and will do so quite well no matter how the subject(s) move, though the resulting video is not recommended for anyone susceptible to motion sickness.

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