Logitech QuickCam Sphere AF Camera
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THE QUICKCAM SPHERE AF
The QuickCam Sphere AF is impressive even by just looking at it. So infront we see the Carl Zeiss Tessar Lenses and 2.0/3.7 2MP Autofocus specifications of it which are quite impressive considering that this camera works in very low lighting, can record video with 2MP resolution and shoot a photograph at 8MP.
On the back there is a protective tape so the device won’t turn left and right risking damage to it while in transport. Of course you need to remove it prior to using the sphere.
I was hoping that just for the sake of the price Logitech would have provided a gold plated USB but i was wrong. Not that it would change anything but i would just like it better.
INSTALLING THE EXPANSION STICK
The expansion stick is used to raise the QuickCam Sphere AF about 25cm above the surface you have it at. Personally i found it very useful and this is why i am walking you through this easy task.
In order to install the expansion stick you need to remove the head of the Sphere AF from the base, as seen in the above picture.
As you can see above the base has a USB slot in which you place the expansion stick.
Make sure that the expansion stick is placed in the USB slot and it doesn’t move left and right.
On the other end of the expansion stick exists another USB slot in which you plug the head of the Sphere AF.
When the device is ready it sure looks tall and great.
On a desk even when the lighting is very bad ( like on my desk ) the QuickCam Sphere AF still looks fantastic. But let’s see how well it performs.