Congratulations to Jodi W. of Saint Paul, MN for winning the Microsoft webcam!
Say Goodbye to Grainy Video!
If your current webcam has video quality that barely rivals the 1969 Apollo moon landing transmissions, this giveaway is for you! One lucky entrant will win a Microsoft LifeCam Cinema HD webcam ($79.95 MSRP)!
How to Enter
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The giveaway will end at 11:59pm on October 27, 2009.
If you don't win, check out the recommendations in our Webcam Buyer's Guide.
The Microsoft LifeCam Cinema
- 720p HD widescreen - 720p sensor captures true HD quality video at up to 30 fps.
- Auto Focus - Images stay sharp and detailed even during close-ups.
- High-precision glass element lens - delivers more accurate colors and sharper video.
- ClearFrame Technology - image-processing technology delivers smooth, detailed video, even in low light conditions.
- Digital Microphone - noise cancelling technology helps improve speech quality for crystal clear audio.
- Aluminum Body - reduces weight and improves the durability of the webcam body.
- LifeCam Dashboard - add special effects and control your webcam—all from the Windows Live Messenger window.
- Flexible Stand - bend, fold and shape the flexible base for the best angle on laptop screens, flat panels and traditional monitors.
- Video Effects - discover a fun way to express yourself with these entertaining video effects built into the LifeCam dashboard.
We will randomly select a winner from the entries. No purchase is necessary to win. Void where prohibited. U.S. residents only. Click here for the full rules.
From david williams on October 27, 2009 :: 12:58 am
I’d use it to make perfect video blogs. currently mine are a bit embarrassing as i only shoot in inferior low definition