Monday, July 2nd 2007

Logitech Creates webcams that record at 720p HD resolutions

Logitech has officially hopped on board the High Definition bandwagon with their latest line of notebook-mounted webcams. The Logitech QuickCam Pro 9000 and Logitech QuickCam Pro for notebooks can record video at an impressive 720p resolution at 30 frames per second. Both webcams use Carl Zeiss lenses, which help the cameras take extra sharp video/pictures. Standalone, the webcams can take 2MP pictures. Both webcams will be available in the UK soon for £49/$100.

Source: Reg Hardware
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12 Comments on Logitech Creates webcams that record at 720p HD resolutions

#1
HellasVagabond
Microsoft V6000 takes 5mp photos and already records up to 1mpixel ( 720p ) video......
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#3
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
very reasonably priced. How much is the Microsoft v6000?
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#4
Chewy
$135 in Canada but theses things go on sale for half price.. I paid 80+ taxes for my QuickCam Ultra Vision. 135can would be like $122usd.

I just read bad things about the new microsoft cams that the image was not as good as its supposed to be.
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#5
HellasVagabond
The V6000 costs about 100$ and has resolutions up to 1.3mp ( 720p ) , 1280x1024
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#6
demonbrawn
Sweet! Now I can see vid. chat room boobies in HD! :roll:
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#7
Kasparz
Without 20mbps+ connection its pretty useless.
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#8
Wile E
Power User
by: Kasparz
Without 20mbps+ connection its pretty useless.
Not useless for recording to HD.
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#9
mrhelix
Carl Zeiss lens ;)
Great for imaging ;)
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#10
Casheti
I agree with the Carl Zeiss lens argument, you can't beat them really..

And in my opinion that's dead cheap for a 720p camera. Now you can all see my pretty face.
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#11
d44ve
Damn... this shows you how far behind I am when it comes to webcams.

I didnt even know they made an HD one, let alone a notebook mounting one for under 100.00
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#12
styler1972
by: Kasparz
Without 20mbps+ connection its pretty useless.
not useless over LAN which is what it is intended for
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