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1.3 Megapixel USB2.0 Webcam w/MICROPHONE
1.3 Megapixel USB 2.0 Webcam with Microphone. USB 2.0 Webcam comes with USB video device class (UVC) specification allows for interconnectivity of webcams to computers even without driver installed. It is compatible with MSN Messenger, Skype ...

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Fhd 1080p 140 Fov Sport Camera Assembly
Full HD 1080p 140° MicroSD Card Slot HDMI Micro-USB ANT Ports FOV Cylinder Shaped Sport Camera Assembly.Please see photos below for all included accessories.  

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Hp Hd 4310 1080p Full Hd Video Webcam
HP HD 4310 1080p Full HD Video Webcam. Instantly connect and communicate with this high-end webcam: widescreen 1080P HD, 3-way video calling, auto focus and auto-exposure.  Features: Instant, Keep-In-Touch Connections 3-way video calling, ...

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Logitech C525 Usb 720p Hd Video Webcam
Logitech C525 USB 2.0 HD Webcam. Enjoy widescreen HD video (720p) on most major IMs that support HD video calls. You'll enjoy razor-sharp video calls even in extreme close-ups (up to 7cm). Slip it in your bag, purse, even your pocket - with it's ...

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Logitech C615 1080p Video Hd Webcam
Logitech C615 1080p Video HD Webcam. The versatile HD webcam with fold-and-go design and 360-degree swivel HD video your way. You've got more and better ways to share your world with HD Webcam C615. HD video calling and sharing - in full HD 1080p - ...

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More information about Webcam:
The term webcam is a combination of "Web" and "video camera." The purpose of a webcam is, not surprisingly, to broadcast video on the Web. Webcams are typically small cameras that either attach to a user's monitor or sit on a desk. Most webcams connect to the computer via USB, though some use a Firewire connection. Webcams typically come with software that allows the user to record video or stream the video on the Web. If the user has a website that supports streaming video, other users can watch the video stream from their Web browsers.

Webcams can also be used for video chat sessions with other people. Instead of broadcasting the video on the Web, users can set up a video chat session with one or more friends and have a conversation with live audio and video. For example, Apple's iSight camera, which is built into Apple laptops and iMacs, allows users to video chat using the iChat instant messaging program. Several other chat programs also work with webcams, allowing users to set up video chat sessions with friends.

Since streaming video over the Internet requires a lot of bandwidth, the video stream is typically compressed to reduce the "choppiness" of the video. The maximum resolution of a webcam is also lower than most handheld video cameras, since higher resolutions would be reduced anyway. For this reason, webcams are relatively inexpensive compared to most video cameras. And while they may not be ideal for filming a movie, webcams are great for video chat sessions with friends.

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