We know you have a hectic schedule and don’t have time to do a lot of research to find out which LifeCam is right for you. No worries, I can help you out with this decision.
First of all, Microsoft has a product line of 5 HD LifeCams. Each LifeCam also has very different features with different benefits. Let’s take a look.
- If you video chat with your buddies once a month and need just basic HD video then the LifeCam HD-3000 is a good option for you. This LifeCam includes a 720p HD Widescreen Sensor and TrueColor technology, which automatically adjusts the video to your room lighting conditions.
- If you chat more often and you usually show small objects in front of the webcam, like your new watch, engagement ring, or even hand written notes, then you need to add AutoFocus to your webcam. The HD-5000 has that, as well as all the great things on the HD-3000. And don’t forget the sleek design!
- Are you traveling constantly and need a webcam that’s easy to carry around? Then consider the HD-6000 for Notebooks. The difference is that this webcam has a shorter cable and a carrying case. It is perfect for laptops as it rotates 180 degrees each direction so you can show what is happening around you. This webcam comes loaded with a 720p HD Widescreen Sensor, TrueColor technology, and AutoFocus.
- You are getting more serious about video chat and recording HD video. It’s evident that you need our LifeCam Cinema™. This popular webcam includes a 720p HD Sensor, TrueColor Technology, AutoFocus, Glass Element Lens, and ClearFrame Technology. All this means that you will have better video quality in various lighting situations.
- If video chatting or recording video is a hobby for you, then you need the best webcam in our product line, LifeCam Studio™. This webcam is like having a recording studio at home. It features a bigger sensor with a 1080p resolution – which is twice the size of the 720p sensor- and provides a sharper and clearer video than other LifeCams1. A cool feature is that you can mount this webcam on a standard tripod, the same one you use for your regular camera.
***Popular video call services support 720p HD resolution or lower—not 1080p. 1080p HD recording and playback require commercial video software (sold separately).