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advice re best webcam


johnnyrocker
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any ideas? and what should i look for?

johnny

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Nontek

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IMHO by far the very best webcam is the Logitech Pro9000. I use it a lot.

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johnnyrocker

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thanks for advice i shall leave it open a bit longer

johnny

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johnnyrocker

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there seem to be a number of logitechs called pro, any specifics?

johnny

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Nontek

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Yes, as above the 9000.

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compumac

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Would agree with nontek Logitech Pro 9000

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onthelimit1

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Me too. Having said that, for casual Skype use, even the cheap ones work to a reasonable standard.

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johnnyrocker

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there seems to be several 9000 pro versions like business etc?

johnny

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johnnyrocker

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i shall close this now as no further options, but thanks to all

johnny

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Nontek

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Business option - that is just a sales-line ... there is no difference the Pro 9000 is the Pro 9000 full-stop. I have had mine for some years, all my friends wanting webcams have copied me!

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