Logitech Introduces 7 Web Cams

Technology.am (July 30, 2009) — Logitech has announced seven new webcams that are all designed to work with the new Vid software for fast and free video calling.

logitech-webcamThe seven new cams include include the Pro 9000, C905, C600, C500, C300, C250 and the C200. All of the products are expected to be available next month.

The high-end camera is the Pro 9000 ($99.99) features Zeiss optics with autofocus; a 2-megapixel HD sensor delivering video up to 720p and snapshots at up to 8 megapixels; and the company’s RightLight 2 technology, which is said to intelligently adjust to produce the best possible images in dim or backlit settings.

The C905 ($99.99) has all of the same features as the Pro 9000 but comes in an “easy-to-transport” design.

The C600 ($79.99) also features a 2-megapixel HD sensor, with 720p video and 8-megapixel images, along with the RightLight 2 technology.

The C500 ($49.99) has a glass lens and a 1.3-megapixel sensor, with 5-megapixel photo capture and RightLight technology.

The C300 ($49.99) also has 5-megapixel photo capture and RightLight technology.

The C250 ($39.99) and C200 ($29.99) Web cams comes with a VGA sensor and can take 1.3-megapixel snapshots.

All of the Web cams, with the exception of the C905, come with a universal clip that lets them attach to LCD monitors and notebooks. The C905 can attach to notebooks or sit on a shelf or desk with the included desktop stand, and it comes with a carrying case.

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