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- This monkey webcam with high resolution CMOS color sensors
- USB webcam built-in image compression
- Automatic brightness adjustment
- Automatic color compensation
- Manual focus
- Operating Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP operation system
- Large Window Capture Size: 1280 x 960 (need software), 640 x 480 (default), 320 x 240
- Video Mode: 24bit true color
- Interface: USB port
- Transmission Rate: 320 x 240 30F/s 640 x 480 15F/s
- Noise-signal Ratio: Greater than 48 dB(30F/s 220LUX)
- Dynamic Range: Greater than 72dB
- Image Focus: 5cm to infinite
- A monkey webcam with high resolution CMOS color sensors
- It can be rotated in 360 degree that you can put it in any position as you like
- Automatic brightness adjustment
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 Monkey Shaped USB CMOS Webcam
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- Do webcams need power?
Almost all webcams these days are USB. They plug into your computer's USB port and do not require power.
- What do you mean "Special webcam programs?"
Included with the webcam you buy, you usually get the drivers to install the webcam. This will let you use the webcam with instant messenger programs like Skype, AOL's AIM, or Microsoft's Instant Messenger or Yahoo webcam Chat.
However, if you want to run your webcam all the time like I do, and have it available on a web page for anyone to view, you need webcam software separate from the free stuff that comes with your webcam.
There are lots of free and commercial programs that turn your webcam into a web page server. Some upload still images at intervals like every minute, and some stream live all the time like mine do.
- Can you use webcams for movies?
Yes. Although most people think of using them to chat with friends (or strangers), every webcam can also be used to record movie files directly to your computer. Web sites like YOUTUBE are now showcasing people like you talking into their webcams and filming music videos or stories or crazy stunts. Usually this software to record is included with the webcam, however I find using Microsoft Movie Maker with a webcam also works great.
Many webcams also have a STILL PHOTO button so that you can use it to take still photos, although the resolution of webcams is usually quite low. Even if your webcam doesn't have a still image button, you can still use it to take pictures using MovieMaker or the included webcam software.