Logitech QuickCam Pro 4000 Webcam - 9612390403

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Overall Satisfaction
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Value
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Ease of Use
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ok my first review was not posted so i had to upgrade score and change my mind this is great camera just go head and spend money this is the best one

-jerzy quote

It's a nice looking product. So far it has worked as logitech describes. I like the face tracker. It will automatically zoom in and follow your face around the room. I'm using it with Yahoo Messenger and it has worked great. Installation was easy and upfront but watch out, it wants to install a bunch of "bloat-ware". Do a custom install. I hate having a bunch of unnecessary tray proggys running. There has only been two things about it that I find disappointing. The camera image is rather slow and jagged. I would expect that when view from across the net but not locally on my machine. The other was the USB port install. You MUST install the cam to a port on the PC because of the amount of power it pulls. I have a limited number of ports (2) on my machine. My HP Photo printer is in one and my Kodak digital camera in the second. I've had this Microsoft Interent keyboard with the two additional ports on the back that were not being used (USB hub). So I plugged in the keyboard to the PC USB port and moved the Kodak dock USB to the keyboard port and then plugged in the Logitech WebCam. Thats when I got all the power warnings during the final steps of the install. Windows was able to tell me what could go where.... but the only problem I have now is the USB cable to the printer is not long enough to reach my keyboard port. Anyway, got a bit winded on this. Sorry. But I thought I should inform those with limited USB ports out there too. USB hubs wont work. Well, they will for your other devices... but not the webcam.

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by jerzy on 10/4/2002

ok my first review was not posted so i had to upgrade score and change my mind this is great camera just go head and spend money this is the best one

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This WebCam is pretty cool.

by Jeffrey Stewart on 3/19/2003

It's a nice looking product. So far it has worked as logitech describes. I like the face tracker. It will automatically zoom in and follow your face around the room. I'm using it with Yahoo Messenger and it has worked great. Installation was easy and upfront but watch out, it wants to install a bunch of "bloat-ware". Do a custom install. I hate having a bunch of unnecessary tray proggys running. There has only been two things about it that I find disappointing. The camera image is rather slow and jagged. I would expect that when view from across the net but not locally on my machine. The other was the USB port install. You MUST install the cam to a port on the PC because of the amount of power it pulls. I have a limited number of ports (2) on my machine. My HP Photo printer is in one and my Kodak digital camera in the second. I've had this Microsoft Interent keyboard with the two additional ports on the back that were not being used (USB hub). So I plugged in the keyboard to the PC USB port and moved the Kodak dock USB to the keyboard port and then plugged in the Logitech WebCam. Thats when I got all the power warnings during the final steps of the install. Windows was able to tell me what could go where.... but the only problem I have now is the USB cable to the printer is not long enough to reach my keyboard port. Anyway, got a bit winded on this. Sorry. But I thought I should inform those with limited USB ports out there too. USB hubs wont work. Well, they will for your other devices... but not the webcam.

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Product Overview

Video enthusiasts get ready... our new QuickCam was made just for you. By combining a digital zoom, built-in microphone, and high-quality VGA CCD sensor, the QuickCam Pro 4000 lets you express your creativity like a pro.

Specifications

Manufacturer Logitech
Mfg Part# 9612390403
SKU 10328889
UPC 097855014597
UPC 14 00097855014597
Links
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Features
Host Interface USB
Image Sensor CCD
Effective Resolution 1.3 Megapixel
Maximum Video Resolution 640 x 480
Maximum Frame Rate 30 fps
Product Type Webcam
Manufacturer Part Number 961239-0403
Manufacturer Logitech
Product Model Pro 4000
Product Name QuickCam Pro 4000 Webcam
Product Line QuickCam
Brand Name Logitech
Device Supported Computer
Green Compliant Yes
Green Compliance Certificate/Authority RoHS
Limited Warranty 2 Year
Tech Specs
Interfaces/Ports USB
Image Resolution 1280 x 960
Image Sensor CCD
Video Resolution 640 x 480 @ 30 fps
Effective Resolution 1.3 Megapixel
Product Type Webcam
Manufacturer Part Number 961239-0403
Manufacturer Website Address www.logitech.com
Manufacturer Logitech
Product Name QuickCam Pro 4000 Webcam
Product Line QuickCam
Brand Name Logitech
Additional Information Included Software: Logitech IM Video Companion Live video-enabled Yahoo! Messenger One-click video e-mail software Video broadcasting software Web album creator software Web camera software Motion detection software Animation software
Compatibility PC Mac
System Requirements PC: OS: Windows 98 Windows 2000 Windows Me Windows XP Pentium II 400, Celeron, AMD Athlon processor, or higher (Pentium III 500, Celeron, AMD Athlon processor recommended). 64MB RAM (or minimum OS requirement whichever is higher). 200MB free hard drive space CD-ROM drive 16-bit color display adapter Windows-compatible sound card and speakers (full duplex sound card recommended) Mac: OS X 10.1.5 to 10.2.6 USB port
Green Compliance Yes
Green Compliance Certificate/Authority RoHS
Standard Warranty 2 Year Limited
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