Watch unboxing of new Logitech webcam c615

Watch Unboxing new Logitech C615 HD webcam

We are adding another peripheral device, a must have, for our HP Windows 10 desktop. Here, we are unboxing the product.

The new must have small gadget is a webcam, a product of Logitech. In the box it says the item was imported from Mexico.

The manufacturer lists the portable camera capable of capturing high definition video at full HD 1080p. When used on skype, it will capture a quality resolution of 720p.

When used as still camera, it will freeze frame at 8 mega pixel. But it remains to be tested since it is using a standard lens technology which unfortunately was not specified.

It came bundled with an operating software but only if downloaded from the supplier’s website.

I abstained with the download just to save my valuable real estate of hard disk space and memory.

Anyway, the Windows 10 update provided the right driver for the device to work.

The new webcam is an investment with our push to create better produced videos when using the Open Broadcast Studio app we have been using for sometime now.

We dig into our unsused peripherals and found the old Creative Live Webcam. While the Creative camera works on Windows XP up to Windows 7 systems, the program that came with the product would not get installed on windows 10.

The manufacturer deprecated the product in its push to market updated camera applicable for W10. Simply said, Creative did not issue an update of driver for the particular item forcing consumers to move on to upgrade to new webcam products. Shame on you, Creative!

Watch the full video of our product opening, part of our Youtube channel playlist on Unboxing 101 on this link HERE.

Or, watch it below:

[Video file fact: of “Unboxing Logitech webcam c615”
Video: Streams (dependent on the viewer internet connection and gadget capability, look Ma, it’s great to watch on TV!) at 1920 x 1080 at 22,000 kbits/Sec in 29.97 frames/sec
Audio: MPEG4 at 16 bits @ 48 KHZ
Duration: 7 mins 32.29 secs
Total Number of frames: 13,576 frames
Total file size: 806,388 KB]

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