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Creative PC-Cam 920 Slim

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I just got myself a 2.4G wireless system off ebay... Test day will be tomorrow.

But I am thinking if this works ok, I may also look at getting a camera as well.

I found a store which has the Creative PC-Cam 920.

Is anyone using this camera at the moment?

Here are its specs:


Sample Pics





Feature Description

Sensor Type 2.0 Megapixels CMOS sensor

Memory Type Integrated 16MB and SD/MMC expansion slot (SD/MMC card up to 512MB1)

Focus Fixed focus lens (Normal: 1.2m to infinity ; Macro : 15 - 20 cm)

Lens F/2.8, f=8.79mm

ISO 100

Zoom Mode 4X Digital

Flash Mode Auto / Off mode

White Balance Auto / Sunny / Tungsten / Fluorescent

EV Compensation - 2EV to +2EV (in 0.5EV steps)

Shutter Speed 1/4 ~ 1/2000 sec

LCD 1.5" TFT display

Self Timer 10 sec

Auto Power Off Approx. 60 sec

Image captured 2048 x 1536 (3MP, interpolated), 1600 x 1200 (2MP), 1280 x 960 (1.2MP) and 800 x 600

Video captured AVI (320 x 240 resolution)

PC-CAM Mode VGA (640 x 480 resolution), QVGA (320 x 240 resolution)

Battery Type 2 x AAA

Anyway just wondering if anyone has some thoughts on this camera or have seen it in action.

This seems to be about the lightest camera I can find at the moment, for a reasonable price. I am going to check out some stores tomorrow to see if they stock the Aiptek? cameras.

Thanks, Licttum

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The best thing to do is to google for user reviews on the camera. The feedback (if any is available) will give some insight on the camera's basic performance. If it does poor-to-fair with still photos of simple backgrounds, then AP use will be doomed. So, look for strong positive comments.

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