I took the Logitech HD Pro Webcam c910 for a test run and here is my review:
The image on the camera is crystal clear, thanks in part to the Carl Zeiss lens it’s using. It works well in low light, the dual mic picks up sound from across the room and the video is easy to upload. One cool feature is ‘follow my face’. You can move from side to side and the camera actually follows you. It uses basic face tracking to literally follow your face allowing you to get some cool effects and virtual avatars. More on that later.
Another really cool feature is motion detection. The camera will record video when it detects movement and then save the video. I can see this being a great security device.
-Full HD video 1080p
-Photo Resolution is 10MP
-Lens technology is Carl Zeiss optics
-Built-in dual mic
-Auto light correction
-Premium video effects
-1-click HD upload
If there was anything I didn’t like about this webcam, it would be the set up. It was a little difficult to get going, but seriously, this is an outstanding product!
My absolute favorite feature about this webcam is video effects! As mentioned before, the camera calibrates to your face so you can use a variety of avatars, filters and masks. My favorites are probably the alien and the shark. Yep, you can hop on Skype with your family and appear to have an arrow in your head. Check out my video review showcasing these features!
Price: between $59-$79 depending on retail outlet
I cannot say enough great things about the quality and ease of use of the Logitech Pro Webcam c910. I had so much fun testing it and hope you enjoyed the video.
Dave Curlee says
Hi Steve K,
The logitecs work fine on macs. They just don’t have all the bells and whistles. More like using a firewire camera.
Steve K says
The only thing that I think would be really valuable that you left out of the review was whether it is a Windows only camera, or if it would work on Mac’s as well. I find that it is kinda handy sometimes to be able to hook up an external cam to my Mac to shoot other angles than what the built-in isight will do.
Mitch Todd says
Did I say “Your welcome” or “You’re welcome”?
If I said the former, I meant the latter.