I’ve looked at the Express before, when I compared it with a rather underwhelming D-Link camera here , but the Logitech cameras come with notably better software now so it’s worth a second, deeper look. It is a compact and portable webcam sporting thegolf ball shape. But it eats a monster 1. As well as the basic driver, the Lifeview software bundle also gives you NetMeeting, and CyberLink’s VideoLive Mail, which makes it easy to send Windows Media Format video attachments to people via e-mail. Email to friends Share on Facebook – opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter – opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest – opens in a new window or tab. QuickCam Express is a old cam.

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Lifeview’s driver download page is here ; that’s on their rather unreliable Taiwanese site, though, 5.4.1 go to the FTP directory here if the other link’s no good.

You can go up to by with the Express if you want, but the logihech are ugly – the software’s just multiplying pixels to make up for the low sensor resolution.

All three cameras let you use their driver software in TWAIN mode, allowing you to easily import images into all sorts of software graphics programs, word processors, you name it without grabbing an image, logigech it as a file and then loading it.

Adjustable focus, auto exposure, snap shot button.

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Learn More – opens in a new window or tab International shipping and import charges paid to Pitney Bowes Inc. Skip to oogitech content. Since the Express doesn’t have the sensor resolution to do by properly anyway, there’s no point at all using this resolution for video clips. Even if you’re only working logigech bya proper manually focussed picture of anything very close or very far from the lens will look noticeably better. It is a clip on style.


Was gonna mod this for use with my telescopes loigtech alignment scope. Buy the QuickCam Pro and you get a generous quuickcam. It can handle higher light levels better when it’s working at less than by don’t ask me why ; even then, though, my watt flood had to be some feet away before I could get this shot:. There seems to be a problem serving the request at this time. For additional information, see the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions – opens in a new window or tab This amount includes applicable customs duties, taxes, brokerage and other fees.

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Logitech QuickCam Express Free Driver Download (Official)

The Logitech QuickCam software’s pretty swish. Since these are all tethered cameras – they can’t work unless they’re plugged into the computer – the cable length is important. Cheap webcam image sensor quality’s lousy enough that there’s no real visible difference between 12 bit and 24 bit colour, even though the first mode only has a colour palette and the second has 16, Dust on an image sensor can be annoying to remove, and will mar your images until you get rid of it.

Focus All cheap webcams are manual focus – lohitech turn the ring on the end of the lens to focus them. It’s Logitech’s most basic model, with a maximum capture olgitech of by pixels, and it doesn’t have a microphone or a shutter button on top, or quidkcam a fancy stand.


FREE: Logitech QuickCam 5.4.1 USB Video Camera

The Logitech installer holds your hand more than the Lifeview one, but there’s not much in it. But even if you restrict yourself to USB cameras only, there are still a zillion choices.

Learn more – opens in new window or tab. Digital zoom, color depth 24 bit, optical zoom, still resolution x Which looks like this. Not bad for bundle software.

Will not work with other Cams that are newer. Contact the seller – opens in a new window or tab and request a shipping method to your location.

And there’s a motion detection function, as well, so you can leave the camera running and only record video when something moves in the frame. No built in mic or remote control and a somewhat slow refresh rate.

Adjustable focus, auto exposure, snap shot button. Webcam image quality is, typically, dire. The fold-down visor on the QuickCam Pro is a simple clip-on thing that you don’t have to use if you don’t want to.

So in this lowest-resolution mode the files only take up a little more than 50 kilobytes per second. The Lifeview camera’s the most primitive of the three here, speaking from an electronic engineering standpoint at least. I gave up grabbing pictures from it at that point.