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    Logitech QuickCam Pro 4000 Review
    Author: Alan Wong
    Date Posted: September 14th, 2003
    SLRating: SLRating: 8/10
    Bottom Line: The Logitech QuickCam Pro 4000 is a well-rounded webcam and packs some impressive features. With a built-in high-quality microphone, high resolution snapshots, video recording, a convenient snapshot button, rotational head and a sleek design this webcam is not a knock-off. Find out how well it performs and what our editor thought about it in our official review....

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    Video Recording:

    For quality, you must give up performance and vice versa. When shooting at the maximum video recording resolution of 640x480, the Logitech QuickCam Pro 4000 can only capture 15fps (frames per second). That means that the physical motions being recorded will no be that smooth. When recording at 320x240 resolution, it captures 30fps (frames per second), which means when recording motion, it is much smoother. So what this means is this: If you record a larger video size (640x480), it won’t look as smooth. If you record at a smaller video size (320x240), it will look smoother. For some people, you might not be able to tell the difference between how smooth the 640x480 runs and how smooth the 320x240 runs. In that case, I would record at 640x480. For those picky, sharp-eyed people, it depends on whether you want to focus on smoothness or video quality. I recommend recording at 320x240, since motion is much smoother and you can enlarge the video if it is not big enough. Enlarging the 320x240 video looks better than a 640x480 video, since the 320x240 one will look a whole lot smoother. Also, you can use the built-in microphone in conjunction with the video recording.

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    1. Introduction
    2. Specifications
    3. Installation
    4. Test Set Up
    5. Microphone
    6. Camera Snapshots
    7. Video Recording
    8. Other Features
    9. Conclusions

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