Whether you need a web cam for work or home, choosing the right one can make a big difference to the quality of your video calls.
Read on to learn about the top five web cams for video conferencing so you can choose the one that’s right for you.
QuickCam Orbit from Logitech
This high quality web cam tracks your face as you move giving a clear and fuzz free picture. The face tracking technology doesn’t always work perfectly and the movements of the camera are quite noisy. When the camera works well it does produce fantastic quality images.
Wireless Observer from Veo
This camera uses wireless technology so it doesn’t need to be connected to a PC but the sound quality isn’t great. This cam is better suited to monitoring a different location than to conference calling.
QuickCam Pro 4000 from Logitech
This web cam comes with a range of software and has excellent picture quality and colour balance. It works well in low light and has good sound quality. The mount and privacy cover are a little flimsy but this can is good value for money.
DVC-1000 i2eye from D-Link
This web cam is very simple to set up and works well wirelessly. The quality of the video isn’t perfect and setting up the camera may require you to reconfigure your router. This cam works well for video conferencing, especially if you don’t want to be tied to your PC.
Connect from Veo
This is an ideal starter web cam and works well for home use. It’s well priced and easy to set up, but there’s no way to preset white balance and image quality is comparatively poor. The cam comes with lots of software that’s easy to use and is fun for kids or those just starting to learn about video conferencing, but don’t expect incredible picture quality.
Author Bio:-This article was written by Gerard B from Powwownow. Powwownow specialise in video conferencing for business and consumer clients.