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“stoneSkipper” wrote: Just for full disclosure, I want to add that the Logitech 4000 achieves 640 x 480 through software/pixel interpolation. It isn’t true 640 x 480, but more of a digital zoom. Still, it looks pretty good!
You are wrong stoneSkipper. The camera has native 640 x 480 resolution. It’s the 1280 x 960 stills which are achieved througn interpolation.
through software interpolation the QC will take still images up to 1280 x 960 pixels
But you dont get to use the software interpolation through your capture program, so the 640×480 is ur limit for still images.
For a web animation, you dont want to do anything bigger than 640×480 IMO.
The video capture on the QC is 640×480 through the software interploation, but in stop-mo it’s still images not video.
EDIT: whatever Richard. /me should type faster.
Supposing you mean the DV3000 which you mentioned in another thread, I’d go for the QC4000 if stop-motion animation is your aim. While the Mustek one has more pixels (1600×1200 without interpolation), the QuickCam Pro 4000 has a CCD chip, which is way superior to the CMOS chip of the Mustek. Read our Camera article in the resources section for more information on that.
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