What is the best WebCam that works with Windows XP???

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marklang

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I have a Logitech Quickcam Express that I've never had a problem with, only real drawback is it's lack of features. On the upside it only costs lie $49 last time I looked
 
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peroxide

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Originally posted by marklang
I have a Logitech Quickcam Express that I've never had a problem with, only real drawback is it's lack of features. On the upside it only costs lie $49 last time I looked

Goodlooking out.






Any others
 
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i have a Logitech Quickcam Pro 3000. i used it with my last coputer that ran ME and it works great on my new one that has XP Pro.
 

madmatt

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I also have a Logitech QuickCam Pro 3000 and it works very nicely. The only thing I don't like about Logitech cams is that you are unable to upload to your own website; you are forced to use SpotLife (Logitech's own web hosting type server). I saw that QuickCam Pro 4000 is out and I was thinking about upgrading.
 
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peroxide

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Originally posted by madmatt
I also have a Logitech QuickCam Pro 3000 and it works very nicely. The only thing I don't like about Logitech cams is that you are unable to upload to your own website; you are forced to use SpotLife (Logitech's own web hosting type server). I saw that QuickCam Pro 4000 is out and I was thinking about upgrading.

Thats what i was looking at, the 3000. I like the dark unique look, but I was wondering if it would hold up on XP. Good to know it will.
 

madmatt

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It runs great on XP, however you would have to download the latest software from www.logitech.com due to the fact they just released a new version a month or so ago and I doubt that it is included with new purchases. The software is free to download on the website.
 

jw50

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The QuickCam Pro 4000 is available now and it does come with the latest software version. It is pretty similar to the 3000 but it has a digital zoom feature. If you are interesting in ordering one try this place:
http://www.emscomputing.com/cgi-bin...e364274141de46f006fa/Offer/AddProduct/442878/
The have it for $84 (including shipping). I ordered one Sunday night of last week and received it on Friday. Seems to work great so far. I used a 3000 for about 7 months on XP and it worked great until the vid started to randomly go dark but Logitech has a 3 year warranty so I will just send the 3000 back for replacement. I have used QuickCams for about 5 years and I think that overall they are the best cams for the money and they have been compatible with every video conferencing program that I have tried them with.
 

Geffy

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I got a Logitech QuickCam Express Web, it works fine. I also tried a Creative WebCam but that didnt work for me, it did work on a friends XP box though.
 

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