Logitech launched its new webcam which is called the Logitech QuickCam Ultra Vision. It has 1.3 MP sensor and HD wide-screen format. With this webcam, Logitech introduces its new technology which is called RightLight 2 technology. This technology adapts the webcam settings to the environment to give you better image quality.
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The LifeCam VX-3000 is Microsoft’s newest webcam which has a noise-canceling microphone. It captures video at 640×480 pixels and takes photos at a 1.3MP resolution which includes face tracking software. The software controls the camera’s pan, tilt and zoon functions, and adjusts for low lighting conditions. Microsoft is also launch VX-6000 which features a wide angle lens and a 3x digital zoom. The VX-6000 takes photos at 5MP and shoots video at 1280×1024. The Microsoft LifeCam VX-3000 is optimized for Windows Live Messenger. Three key features give you a superior Windows Live Experience. First button is the Windows Live Call Button which makes it easy to start a video call. The second is the LifeCam Dashboard button which allows you to access video effects and control your webcam from the Windows Live Messenger window. And the last one is One-Touch Blogging button. A single click of this button allows you to upload to Windows Live Spaces. The recommended price for Lifecam VX-3000 is $49.99 while VX-6000 is $99.99.
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This USB Web Cam with Telescope from Brando has a 7x zoom and 18mm in diameter. Using USB 1.1 and USB 2.0 interface, the webcam produces a maximum resolution of 800 x 600 pixels. The telescope’s dimensions are 69 mm x 28 mm x 33 mm while the web cam measures 80 mm x 32 mm x 33 mm. The price is US$26.00 at Brando.
The Jiris JPC1000 from Jiristech can recognize your eye signature in 1 second; like from high security buildings in the movies. The camera connects via USB to your PC. This product package includes software to encrypt or decrypt your data. There is no pricing and release date available now, but you can check for more details and photos at AVing.
The new Logitech QuickCam Orbit MP is more than a cool webcam. Its motorized pan and tilt keeps this stylish camera focused on you, and the True 1.3 Megapixel sensor delivers superior quality images. What makes it special is that it allows you to put virtual glasses or any face/head-wear on yourself. You can turn into Elvis or mask your entire self to a dinosaur or a smilie face. Available for $129.99 at the Logitech Store. Video after the jump gives an awesome demonstration.
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The days of worrying about breakable gadgets are becoming history. Satugo has come up with a 3.0 megapixel bouncing digital camera that is shaped in the form of a bouncing ball. It comes with a 1 GB memory and is a pretty rugged webcam that takes pictures while bouncing or in the air. It is estimated to cost around $70. Product availability is not yet known. Via GadgetReview