What cam should I get???

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  1. stevejames

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    Recommendations please, Im gonna buy a cam and would like to know whats best??
     
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    get one of the higher quality logitech cams, but logitech is a definite must
     
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    I also recommend Logitech. The $30 "Wal-Mart" kind (nothing against Walmart, they just stock the cheaper ones), are fuzzy, slow, and will drive you crazy. The higher end ones ($50-$60) such as the Logitech STX, are faster, clearer, and they have "low light" settings to handle the specific situation in your room; you will not regret the extra $$$.
     
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    I just bought a Logitech Quickcam pro 9000 and it is incredible. It has an 8 mega pixel option that takes amazing pics. I bought it at buy.com on sale with rebate cost me like $50.

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    I will probably upgrade to Logitech as I have really gotten into cam2cam...

    But, I went to labtec.com, and bought mine for $20 with a $5 delivery cost, received it in 3 days, easy install with the disk that came with it, and well, have been a happy cam jacker since without any complaints about the broadcast quality.

    I hear that Phillips are good too. Logitech.com, Logitech.com.uk, labtech.com and I hear that Phillips cams are really great too. OfficeDepot just had a sale on the ones that they carry.

    Hope that helps you find one.

    Onan
     
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