Logitech announces two new digital video cameras

Logitech has added two new digital video cameras to its range, announcing the Australian launch of the QuickCam Pro and QuickCam VC.

The cameras target two different markets -- the QuickCam Pro is designed for the professional, and the QuickCam VC offers a video conferencing solution for the home user.

The QuickCam Pro ($349 RRP), is a USB camera and features an adjustable focus lens, with support for additional lenses. The camera captures at 640 x 480 resolution and is bundled with software including Adobe PhotoDeluxe 2.0, RealNetworks RealPlayer for video e-mail and CU-See-Me for video conferencing.

The QuickCam VC, priced at $199 RRP, is aimed at the home market and has been designed to primarily offer a video conferencing solution. Boxtop iView video conferencing software is included and according to Logitech, the camera takes less than 10 minutes to set up.


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