Logitech QuickCam Ultra Vision webcam with monstrous 11.1mm glass lens


    Logitech is one of the biggest players when it comes to producing computer accessories (I’m using one of their optical mice right now, actually), and one of their premier products is their line of webcams. For the latest in “true-to-life video calling”, you’ll want to consider the Logitech QuickCam Ultra Vision, which — thanks in part to its 11.1mm glass lens — is said to deliver “twice the image clarity as that offered by typical webcams.”

    By having a bigger “precision-engineered” glass lens, it is able to capture more light and, in effect, produce more vivid images. This is especially useful in low light situations, like those late night chats you have with your Russian mail order bride.

    This webcam boasts what Logitech calls RightLight2 Technology, dynamically balancing out the video settings according to the current lighting situation. Other key specs include a 1.3 imaging sensor and HD video support (so you can record widescreen clips for YouTube, I guess).