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The HD WiFi Broadcaster Webcam from Logitech

Robin Good: The Logitech Broadcaster is a 720p resolution wifi webcam which allows for wireless transmission from 50 feet away to any Mac computer, iPhone or iPad.


The Broadcaster features an instant Ustream-supported live streaming ability as well as a one button toggle between itself and your computer/iPhone/iPad integrated webcam.


The webcam plastic carrying case which sports an elegant magnetic lid doubles up as an alternative webcam stand.


Expected retail prices: $200 in the US and €180 in Europe


For more info: http://www.logitech.com/en-us/webcam-communications/webcams/broadcaster-wifi-webcam



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Robin Good's comment, October 18, 2012 4:15 AM
Stéphane, I agree with you 100%. Thanks for pointing this out to everyone.
Steve Troletti's comment, October 18, 2012 8:45 AM
A quick search reveals the following from Logitech's site: Take the Broadcaster everywhere thanks to a hard plastic carrying case that doubles as a stand. A magnetic base on the lid makes mounting your camera effortless and lets you easily adjust it for the perfect angle. For more versatility, the lid also attaches to your favorite tripod. (http://www.logitech.com/en-us/webcam-communications/webcams/broadcaster-wifi-webcam)
Robin Good's comment, October 18, 2012 12:45 PM
Thanks Steve for digging deeper. That's a great contribution and much appreciated.
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WiFi Video Camera Auto-Records Everything It Sees: The Dropcam HD

WiFi Video Camera Auto-Records Everything It Sees: The Dropcam HD | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it

The Dropcam video camera is a revolutionary low-cost Wi-Fi-enabled video camera that offers free live streaming as well as cloud-based automated video recording.


Though there have been webcams and other wifi enabled video cameras since a few years, the Dropcam is the first one to provide an integrated set of features and services that make it extremely easy to use and setup and immediately useful for many different possible uses.


While chiefly used for private home monitoring, Dropcam cameras can be used in public mode for live video streaming in HD quality (min 400Kbps in upstream required).  


The newest model, the Dropcam HD, can live stream in 720p HD video, from anywhere there is a WiFi connection.


Key features: 


  • No software to install
  • Bank-Level Security 256-bit AES
  • Private or public transmission
  • Night Vision
  • Talk Back (Respond to what you see and hear on camera with two-way audio)
  • SMS Notifications
  • Dropcam DVR (View either live or recorded video from any Dropcam)
  • Keeps recording even when connection is down
  • H264 video encoding
  • Automatic cloud-based recording
  • Remote digital pan and zoom
  • Motion detection
  • Dropcam app for iPhone, iPad and Android

Features: https://www.dropcam.com/features 


FAQ: https://www.dropcam.com/support 


See some public Dropcams at work: https://www.dropcam.com/demo 


Dropcam HD price: $149

(Currently, Dropcam HD only ships within the US.)


Pricing plans for additional cloud-based recording services: https://www.dropcam.com/plans 


Find out more: https://www.dropcam.com/ 


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Google Adds New Web Camera Video Recording Feature to Google+ | Geeky Gadgets

Google Adds New Web Camera Video Recording Feature to Google+ | Geeky Gadgets | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it

"Google has today unveiled details and started rolling out a new video via web cam feature to its Google+ social networking site. 


The new share video via web cam feature now enables Google+ users to create videos directly from their web camera within their Google+ accounts.


N.B.: Google is currently rolling out the new update across all Google+ users, but explains that it might take a couple of days for the new feature to hit your account."


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