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Microsoft LifeCam Studio - Webcam Full HD 1080p

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  • Description du produit: Microsoft LifeCam Studio for Business
  • Résolution vidéo maximale: 1920 x 1080 pixels
  • Cadence maximale: 30 pieds par seconde
  • Modes vidéo pris en charge: 1080p
  • Interface: USB 2.0
  • Couleur: Noir, Argent
  • Type de capteur: CMOS
  • Largeur: 4,5 cm
  • Profondeur: 6 cm
  • Hauteur: 11,4 cm
  • Processeur minimal: Intel Dual Core 1.6 GHz
  • Mémoire vive (RAM) minimale: 1024 Mo
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Descriptif technique
MarqueMicrosoft
Numéro du modèle de l'article5WH-00002
sériesLifeCam Studio for Business
Couleur Noir
Plate-forme du matériel informatiquePC / Mac
Nombre de coeurs1
Résolution maximale d'affichage1080p Mégapixels
Type d'alimentationUSB
Longueur du cable1.829 mètres
Item dimensions L x W x H34 x 34 x 34 millimeters
Poids du produit105 grammes
  
Informations complémentaires
ASINB004ABO7QI
Moyenne des commentaires client 4.7 étoiles sur 5 3 commentaires client
Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon 4.832 en Informatique (Voir les 100 premiers)
Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr21 janvier 2011
  
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Sa forme de taille standard, adaptée à la main droite comme à la main gauche, permet de positionner votre main confortablement,


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webcam super fluide et excellente qualité d'image. inutile d'avoir un appoint de lumière... je conseille cet webcam. a acheter les yeux fermé.

les plus: Super qualité d'image et fluidité - accroche facile sur mon écran de 23 pouce - effet spéciaux sympa si on le souhaite -design

les moins: le capuchon d'objectif amovible que l'on ne sait pas ou mettre. (c'est vraiment un détail)
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quand j'ai ouvert la boite et reçu le colis je me suis dit qu'il y avait erreur. Mais non, cette caméra est vraiment minuscule et performante comme on l'attend ! Très agréablement surpris par la qualité, la facilité d'installation avec windows 7 (quasiment rien à faire). En plus, on la reçoit avec une petite pochette de protection.
un seul regret : le capuchon-cachge de protection en cahoutchouc ne tient pas bien mais bon c'est pas trop grave, on n'est pas censé la transporter tout le temps non plus!
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Image d'une très belle qualité, même dans la pénombre. L'autofocus galère un peu si on s'approche très près pour montrer quelque chose puis qu'on se remet plus loin. Il lui faut un petit moment "pour se remettre".

On apprécie également la petite pochette de rangement. Par contre, comme déjà dit, le petit cahoutchouc pour protéger l'objectif ne tient effectivement pas.

Prix imbattable par rapport aux magasins informatique où on ne la trouve pas aisément.

Elle se visse très facilement sur un trépied et la longueur du fil permet de la mettre où bon nous semble.

Niveau rapidité, produit commandé vendredi 17 dans la soirée, reçu mercredi 22.

Webcam supportée par un notebook asus 1015BX (par contre pas possible de mettre une résolution trop élevée sur ce genre de petits ordis, mais c'est logique, ils ont leur limite).
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HASH(0x89d9ab4c) étoiles sur 5 Great camera, lousy software to run it! 25 février 2012
Par skildpadder - Publié sur Amazon.com
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1080p pictures come out awesome! The product is advertised as being capable of recording 1080p video. The software that comes with the webcam does not support it! The fine print of the ad states that additional commercial software is required to film video in 1080p not included! So far I have been unable to locate ANY commercial software that allows this webcam to record video in 1080p! Microsoft does not know any one who produces the software either as I have spent several hours through trouble tickets with them on the issue. So WHY is Microsoft advertising this feature???? The 720p video recording works well and the picture quality is better than my old HP HD-3110 webcam that this webcam replaced. Tech support kept telling me it was designed for home use only! If that is the case, then why did they call it "Business Studio"??? The Lifecam software also does not give me the option of recording audio via line in function as the webcam microphone is not capable of recording loud noises like live bands. I ended up downloading Arcsoft's Webcam Companion 4 software so I could record the audio feed via line in. Yes the auto focus function does have a problem in low light, but it seemed to clear up by either zooming in manually on the object or by closing out the webcam software and restarting it. So far I have only had that issue once and I was using it in a half light situation. The lenscap supplied does not stay on the lens unless you tape it on! So if you want a great webcam for normal around the house stuff, this one works well! If you are looking to record 1080p video, then keep on looking for a better camera. This one does not support it! I give the camera 5 stars as it is great, but I give the software 2 1/2 stars for not supporting the webcam's capabilities! Here is a link to a Youtube playlist that shows some of the video I have recorded with this camera: [...]
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HASH(0x89d88144) étoiles sur 5 Good image quality but doesn't record 1080p and needs a fast CPU 11 août 2013
Par Erik Gordon Bainbridge - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a rewrite of a review I previously wrote about both the Logitech C920 and Microsoft Lifecam Studio 1080p HD. I've raised my rating from three to four stars for both webcams. They are both very good units, but both have significant flaws that make it impossible to give either of them five stars.

I bought these webcams for a video project, so all of my testing has been for video capture and editing. I haven't tested still images or Skype.

At the end of the review, I also will give some information about four software packages that are available - one of them free - for recording video with these webcams: Active Webcam, Arcsoft's Webcam Companion, CyberLink's Youcam, and Virtual Dub.

I'm rewritten this review after using the Logitech for a month and the Microsoft for three weeks. I ordered the Logitech first. I've been buying Logitech products since the 1990s and until now was never disappointed. This time I was so dissatisfied with it that I ordered the Microsoft, only to be even more disappointed.

It's not that they are terrible. They are both excellent in many ways. However I expect more from a 1080p unit than from an ordinary webcam, especially considering the glowing reviews they receive.

One thing I love about both webcams is the tripod mount. For my video project, I needed to mount the webcam on a tripod, so this was a requirement. It will also be useful in future shooting. Both webcams will work with any standard tripod. I used a Sony VCT-R100 tripod for my project.

Microsoft's most obvious flaw is advertising this as a 1080p webcam without mentioning that it only does 1080p still images, not recorded video. If you use some non-Microsoft software (Virtual Dub and Cyberlink's You Cam), it will record at 1080p, but the quality is poor if there's any movement in the scene.

On the other hand, the Logitech doesn't come off well either. Its most obvious flaw is in its video compression, which results in major video artifacts under certain conditions. If you don't know what a video artifact is, it basically makes the scene look like something out of science fiction. The strange thing is that the recorded video plays with no problem in a video player, such as Windows Media Player, but when I try to edit it, the artifacts appear. I've read reports by other owners who say it also happens with Skype. I haven't tried these webcams with Skype, so I have no experience with this.

I did find a way around the problem with Premiere Pro, but the easiest way to avoid the problem in recorded video is simply to use non-Logitech software for recording video. I tried Virtual Dub, Arcsoft's Web Companion, and Cyberlink's You Cam. All of them recorded video from the Logitech with no artifacts.

One other recording issue is video format. If you are buying the webcam for recorded video on a Mac or Linux, or if you want to edit the video, you may find the Logitech the better choice. The .wmv format is a Windows format, so anyone on a different system will probably have to convert it to a different format to use it, and even on Windows, editing it can be a problem, but the Microsoft records only in .wmv. The Logitech records 1080p and 720p as .mp4 and 480p and 360p video as .wmv

The Logitech's other problem is color balance, which is disappointing. The Microsoft's color balance is generally much better. I gave up completely on using the Logitech's automatic color and set it manually every time.

The Microsoft is much more demanding of your CPU. Unless you have a fast computer, you probably won't get z good HD recording with it. I have a quad core 3.0GHZ i7 with 24GB of RAM, but the Microsoft could record only 13.1fps at 720p and 6.4fps at 1080p, using Virtual Dub. The Logitech did much better, averaging exactly 30.0fps at both 720p and 1080p. Using the Windows 7 Performance Monitor, I found that the CPU usage while recording ranged from about 40% to 60% for the Microsoft but only about 15% to 35% for the Logitech.

I also tried it on my 1.6GHz Samsung netbook. The Logitech recorded better than I expected, though it you wouldn't want to use it on any scene with movement in it. The Microsoft's greater demands on the CPU made it completely unacceptable for recording 720p video on the netbook.

To my eyes the Microsoft delivers a much sharper image (a purely subjective measurement) than the Logitech.

If you transport your webcam a lot, then the recessed lens on the Microsoft offers much more protection than the Logitech lens, which has no protection at all. The Microsoft comes with a rubber lens cap, but it's so loose that it's completely useless. The recessed lens is an excellent design feature, however. The Microsoft is also much smaller, which could be useful if you move it around a lot.

The Microsoft software won't let you change the microphone on the Microsoft, but the Logitech software does allow it. The Microsoft microphone is located on the top rear of the webcam, which I expected would be a terrible location, but in practice it's better than I expected. The Logitech microphone is in front, where it should be, and does produce better audio (I was sitting about two feet from the webcams for the tests). The Logitech is stereo and the Microsoft is mono. If you use other software for recording, such as Virtual Dub, Arcsoft's Web Companion, and Cyberlink's You Cam, you can specify different audio inputs.

The autofocus isn't great on either unit, but Logitech's is better than Microsoft's.

Logitech's software allows you to specify a folder for storing videos and photos, but Microsoft's does not. On Windows 7, it stores everything in My Pictures. Microsoft creates .wmv video files and Logitech creates .mp4 files. Logitech offers three levels of video and three levels of audio quality. Microsoft doesn't give a choice. Logitech allows recording at four video resolutions: 360p, 480p, 720p, and 1080p. Microsoft allows recording at seven video resolutions (eight for photographs): 160x120, 320x240, 424x240, 640x360, 800x448, 960x544, and 1280x720.

Zoom controls on both tend to be erratic in how they operate and often don't work at all.

Microsoft tilts and pans, rotating a full 360 degrees. The Logitech can only tilt up and down. If you want to pan, you need a tripod.

The sad thing is that I actually prefer both the color balance and the zoom & pan controls on my old Kodak S101 640x480 webcam, though the Microsoft and Logitech both are superior in image quality, even at low resolutions equivalent to the Kodak's.

The Microsoft developed some intermittent problems towards the end. The previously excellent automatic exposure sometimes didn't work properly, and my computer occasionally gave me a warning that it didn't recognize it as a USB device.

My bottom line:
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I only needed one webcam for my project. I originally disliked the Logitech so much that I ordered the Microsoft and intended returning the Logitech, only to be even more disappointed by the Microsoft. I ended up using the Logitech for my project and I am returning the Microsoft. It was frustrating, because in many ways I prefer the Microsoft, but recording only 720p video and having higher CPU requirements made it less useful for me. I returned it because of the intermittent problems I experienced, but would have returned it anyway because of the other issues.

Now for the software. If you buy the Logitech and you plan to do 720p or 1080p video recording, then you'll definitely want to look into alternative software because the Logitech's produces video with unacceptable artifacts that you don't see while watching them, but become very apparent if you edit the video, at least with Adobe Premiere Pro.

Virtual Dub (free)
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At first this one turned me off, but after I played with it for a few weeks and watched a YouTube video on configuring it, I fell in love with it. If you are serious about video, this is the one to get. It's loaded with options, but it's not the most user-friendly software available. However after you get used to it, the others are frustratingly limited in comparison. However it's definitely not for casual users.

Cyberlink You Cam ($35)
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If you're going to edit your video or if you're on a Mac or Linux machine, this is the one you want to get because records .avi files. It's a great choice for nontechnical people who don't want to deal with Virtual Dub's nonintuitive user interface

Arcsoft Webcam Companion 4 ($35)
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This is a nice package with just one problem: it only records .wmv files. This is a Windows format, so you'll need to convert it to use on a Mac or Linux machine, and you may have problems editing it.

Active WebCam ($29)
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Initially this is the one I thought I'd like, but I was never actually able to test it because it was constantly freezing up. If you are using multiple webcams for surveillance, you should look into it. It does get good reviews. However the user interface leaves a lot to be desired, but because of the freezing up I never had the opportunity to give it a real test.
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HASH(0x89e21048) étoiles sur 5 Stunning live video image 2 novembre 2012
Par LifeCam Studio Believer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Bought LifeCam Studio webcam for Skype use; performance far exceeds my expectations. Purchased at $55. with Amazon Prime two-day shipping. LifeCam Studio has proved a true value. If not already aware, final resolution used for connection set by Skype, using lowest common denominator between hardware capabilities at both ends. However, my local live video stream is stunning (even at 640x480), e.g., the image color balance and noise-free image, in daylight or in mixed lighting at night. Expect will translate to good video captures, too. Fortunate to have PC hardware that supports LifeCam Studio, Intel Core i7 processor and GPU dedicated graphics card. Mount to monitor is simple and effective. Unlike competing unit, "Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920," allows adjustment in horizontal plane. Autofocus is sharp and responsive. Comment on install and setup: After first plugged in USB 2.0 cable to PC, Windows 7 x64 downloaded drivers without a hitch. Then, LifeCam Studio prompted to, "Install Microsoft LifeCam" control software and driver update; did not install. Had read in review and forum, not worthwhile. Confirmed Windows 7 x64 had initially installed the latest drivers, anyway, 3.60.250.0. However, if your PC configuration meets hardware requirements, recommend "CyberLink YouCam 5" for use as control software; in addition to splitting video stream among video applications, adds real-time "auto lighting" and "TrueTheater" for further image enhancement.
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HASH(0x89e21ca8) étoiles sur 5 good quality webcam with tripod mount 13 janvier 2012
Par Deborah Sue St Clair - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I was looking for a web cam that I could attach to a tripod. Microsoft's 1080p HD LifeCam has fullfilled this well. The image quality is good and resolution is great. It has a pecular and unusual mount that distinguishes it from most other webcams. I'm actually using it to record photo IDs in custom database software, so this cam has gone to the office.

The standard photography tripod mount is part of the mount and the mount is bendable and rubber covered. This little cam will sit on a flat surface and can easily be handheld. The base is the units strength and weakness. It won't clamp to anything without a tripod clamp without resorting to duct tape.

Beware that Microsoft has a similar looking version with 720p resolution that does not have the 1/4"x 20 tripod mounting. That one is less expensive and the images on the Amazon site show that it does not have a tripod mount. I bought 2 of those by mistake as the text does not clearly distinguish these two similar looking products. But if your reason, like mine, was having this mount, get the 1080p one.
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HASH(0x8b4e7630) étoiles sur 5 Not Windows 10 compatible as advertised. BUT there is a workaround. In the end it will work great. 17 août 2015
Par James Rudy - Publié sur Amazon.com
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To be clear... even though the side of the box says Windows 10 compatible, Windows 10 compatible this is NOT. You get an "unexpected error" message in the middle of the auto installation when you plug in the USB to your PC. This happened on my PC as well as 2 other friends who also have windows 10. However, my roommates PC that was running Windows 8.1 had no problems at all.
So off i went to the official Microsoft site, https://www.microsoft.com/hardware/en-us/d/lifecam-studio , To find that there are no drivers for Windows 10! Installation of any drivers available, running in all proper compatibility modes gave the exact same error in the exact same spot during the installation process. AAAARGH!!! Why would you not support the hardware designed for your software?!?!
So after hours of trouble shooting, I randomly decided to try it on my friends editing machine also running windows 10. IT WORKED!!!! Flawlessly. Autodetected. Installed. Worked great with Cortana, Skype, Websites etc. I googled around a little more and it turns out that some video editing software comes with their own drivers to auto-detect recording devices. So, not wanting to pay for anything, i found this free trial software called Camtasia, https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html . I installed the software onto my PC. Didn't even run the program or anything. I plugged the LifeCam Studio and BOOM, worked perfectly. Cortana, Skype, websites etc all detect it with no problems at all. Been using it for about a week now with no issues.
So... with that in mind. It's a great webcam, very decent picture, great price on amazon, the mic works with Cortana from across the room. Lot's of headache trying to get it to work so 3 stars. 5 if it was just plug and play. I'm keeping it though because after all it does work very well.
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