Logitech QuickCam Ultra Vision SEFormer staff writer - May 21, 2007
The Ultra Vision has many other features that should satisfy almost any user, if you’re into blogging or podcasts and even adding video to your ebay items, the Ultra Vision has options for it. Included in the software are links to YouTube, Grouper and Logitech mobile, which all have their own Logitech QuickCam communities. If you don’t have a photo-editing program, you can download a copy of HP PhotoSmart Essentials directly from the Toolbar. All of these features did work as intended, which was an added plus to the Ultra Vision. My only dislike was the choice of photo-editing program supplied.
If you want to keep in touch with family and friends, but the miles that separate you at times just won’t allow it, then a Logitech QuickCam Ultra Vision Special Edition is one of the many WebCams to choose from on the market. Unlike many others, it is not shaped like a ball and when placed on your monitor, it has a more streamlined clean appearance as if it were meant to be there. With its ability to capture an image up to 4 megapixels, snapping some high resolution photos to print and send to Grandma is a plus if you don’t have a digital camera. I do feel that the Ultra Vision is missing one thing and that is a flash. With such a high resolution image capture it would be nice, as not all rooms have a bright light in them to aid in the image quality. When you are recording video, the anti-flicker option works well and videos can be taken in resolutions up to 960x720. So why not bring family time back into your hectic schedule and give 'WebCamming' a try?
- 4 Megapixel Image Capture
- Snapshot Button
- Echo Free Microphone
- Needs a Flash
- Picture Quality at Higher Resolutions can be Grainy