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- Camera Pixel: 8.0M pixel
- Frame Rate: 320 x 240 30F/s 640 x 480 15F/s
- Maximum Resolution: 1280 x 960 (need software), 640 x 480 (default), 320 x 240
- Special Features: Built-in, more than 30 kinds of special mode, can take picture, support added personality frame
- Digital Zoom: Built-in multi-level digital zoom function
- Lens: F6.0 MM
- Focus: Extremely far 20MM
- Visual Angle: 56 horizion
- White Balance: Automatic and manual
- Other Function: Video conference, video chat, video telephone, digital photos, electronic frame, PC monitor
- USB2.0 interface
- 8.0M Pixel Cartoon Doraemon USB CMOS Webcam
- Built-in multi-level digital zoom function
- Built-in, more than 30 kinds of special mode, can take picture, support added personality frame
How to Install a Webcam:
- Purchase a camera. Webcams can range from a basic model for around $30 to ones that contain a motion sensor for around $350 or so. Most mid-priced models come with a microphone install. Decide on what this camera will be used for and choose accordingly
- Read the installation instructions completely before attempting to install the camera. Although this may seem tedious and unnecessary, it can save time and headaches in the long run
- Back up the computer's hard drive just to be safe. This will allow for a speedy recovery should the installation mess up the computer
- Install the webcam software. Before deciding to install the disc that came with the camera, check the Internet for an updated version of the software and download that if available
- Plug in the webcam. The software should give a prompt at the appropriate time. Cameras are usually installed with a USB cable. If installed correctly, the computer will acknowledge so by popping up a message saying it can see the new device
- Download an instant message program if using the web camera for chatting. Some free IM download programs include Yahoo Messenger, AOL Instant Messenger and Apple iChat
- 1 x 8.0M Pixel Cartoon Doraemon Webcam
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• If the order has not been shipped; please contact DinoDirect Live Support for order cancellation.You will get your refund within 24 hours.
• If the order has already been shipped; you may return the item to us postmarked within 30 calendar days of delivery. Please contact our Live Support to inform that.
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- What is a "Webcam" or "Network Camera"?
A Webcam is a camera that is available on the Internet enabling people to view live images from any other location on the World Wide Web (WWW), thus the term "Webcam." While many people think of the small, low-end USB type cameras that connect to a PC when they hear the term "webcam", there are many other kinds of webcams.
Network cameras are higher-end camera systems that typically do not require a PC to operate. Typically based on an embedded operating system (often Linux based), these cameras contain their own web servers. Network cameras can serve images directly to users connecting to them over local area networks (LAN) or upload images to remote servers on the Internet. This technology has taken its place in industry, education and government segments and is one of the fastest growing applications of technology today. These cameras have applications on the Internet, as well as on closed network systems.
- How does it work?
A Webcam used either in conjunction with your PC or configured on your network can allow updating images to be sent to the World Wide Web. People may then connect from anywhere in the world over the Internet and watch your live video either directly from the camera, through a webcam site or the images can be uploaded to your own web site.
- What is the difference between fixed, robotic and megapixel cameras?
Fixed - A fixed or "static" camera is a camera that is mounted and positioned to capture one particular shot. The camera does not have the capability to move around and view the surrounding area; only what is positioned in the camera's field of view is captured.
Robotic - Robotic cameras offer the ability to pan, tilt and zoom, sometimes with a complete 360 degree radius (limits vary by make and model of camera). A robotic camera has the ability to move around and take various snapshots of objects within its range of motion and allows users to remotely control this movement.
Megapixel - A Megapixel camera performs the exact same function as the fixed camera, however the megapixel camera takes much higher resolution images and stores them in an archiving area on EarthCam's server farm. These pictures may be retrieved online or burned to a DVD at the end of the project to be used in slideshows, videos and even commercials.