Envision Unveils Black-Eyed Windows Vista Certified V-CAM

The web cam is being marketed online

By on August 17th, 2007 09:18 GMT
Envision unveiled its newest web cam, the Windows Vista-certified V-CAM, which is designed for high-quality imaging and enhanced video messaging experience.

The V-CAM comes enhanced with a 1.3 megapixel CMOS image sensor, and the manufacturers claim it offers quality imaging even in low light conditions. Apart from the 1.3 MPx video capture, you can enjoy 4 MPx digital still images. Besides that, the web cam supports USB 2.0 interface, whereas the video content can be recorded at 30 frames-per-second, and it handles automatic exposure, white balance and color correction.

Use the V-cam for video messaging with friends and/or colleagues. But if you are one of those people who want to personalize their video calls, you get a few high tech goodies in the form of overlays, distortion and other goofy video effects. It is compatible with several IM applications including Skype, Yahoo! and MSN.

Other technical specification details include a very easy to use with automatic exposure, white balance, and color correction. It's great for taking pictures with 4 Megapixel still image resolution and special effects capability.

The image focus is of 20cm to infinity. It also comes with the face tracking feature integrated in the device, as well as a still image resolution of 2304 x 1728 pixels.

Its dimensions of 6.1 x 8.2 x 3.0 cm enable easy storage and convenient placing on the desired location. Apart from these features, it's pretty compact and comes in an eyeball design that sits on a flat surface, like most of the web cams available on the market.

Regarding the pricing and availability details, the web cam was priced at US $49. The Envision V-CAM is available online and in select regional retail stores across the US. What can I say? Envision is surely going to make some fellows jealous. I didn't say Logitech, did I?

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