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Hercules Deluxe Webcam

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  • Performing Webcam + Microphone at Entry Level Price!
 

Description

 

  • To combine image and voice in video conference
  • Ultra-compact and stylish metallic webcam with integrated microphone (noise cancelling and very sensitive): Perfect for laptop use, flat screen trend and when minimum space on desk.
  • High quality of image! Just compare!
  • USB plug (USB 1.1 and 2.0 compatible)
  • Dual-use fixing system: claw adapted to laptop & LCD screen + weighted down base for standing up on desktop
  • 1.3 Mega pixels (still image), 1280x960 VGA resolution (still image and video)
  • Up to 30 images / sec. Highly stable frame rate
  • 2 meter USB 2.0 and 1.1 compatible cable with potentiometer for adjusting the intensity of night vision LEDs
  • 360° lateral rotation, 180° vertical rotation
  • Arcsoft software included
  • Compatible with video conferencing software (MSN Messenger, VSkype, Yahoo, AOL AIM, Windows Messenger)
  • ArcSoft software:
    • ArcSoft Funhouse®: you’ve never pictured yourself like this
    • ArcSoft PhotoImpression 5®: for enhancing, printing and getting creative with your favorite digital snapshots (email friendly)
    • ArcSoft VideoImpression 2®: create multimedia presentations by combining photos and video clips with audio, text and scene transitions.

 

 

Box contents

Hercules® Webcam Deluxe
Installation CD (drivers & software)
Paper user manual

 

Minimum configuration

PC PII and higher
USB 2.0 or USB 1.1 port
64MB RAM
Windows® XP, 2000 or Me

 

Technology

Interpolated mode
Mode allowing the user to attain, via software, larger image resolutions by creating new pixels, the characteristics of which are based on those of neighboring pixels.
MegaPixel (MP)
Unit of measurement of the number of pixels displayed in a still image or one taken from a video sequence. 1 MP = 1 million pixels.
VGA resolution
Resolution of 640 pixels horizontally and 480 pixels vertically (640x480).
Fps (Frames per second)
Unit of measurement of the number of frames displayed per second in a video sequence. The higher this value, the more fluid the video will appear.
CMOS sensor
Electronic component allowing for the measurement of light intensity at a large number of points to generate a digital image of the scene. Moreover, CMOS technology carries out this task with low energy consumption.
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