(not a movie) is it worth it?

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    Profile photo of shorty-productions

    is it worth it for me to buy a quick cam pro 4000 for $99.99 when i have less than $200 in my accoutn if it isn’t what do u use and is the quality good rate from 1-10 thanks…

    Profile photo of Erlic

    Well, though I just started, I’d recomend the Intel CS330!
    I got it on ebay for $31 + shipping! Though, if you really want a logitech try to get it on ebay cheaper… O and this is in the wrong forum, I think…

    Profile photo of Yolegoman

    Unless Wanderer moved it, its the correct forum.

    Either of those are good cams, whichever one you choose. I wouldn’t give up my Logitech for a thousand grand (Oh wait, I would, then buy another one)

    But hey, if you want the Intel, thats fine with me. Like I said, there both good cams.

    Profile photo of Kyle

    yes! it is worth it. but not for $99. Go to compgeeks.com and get it for $68.

    Profile photo of Stefan

    It depends… what do you have at present? What are you going to do with it?

    Profile photo of Motfilms

    I’d give the 4000 a 7 or 8. It has nice picture quality, if you have a good lighting set up.


    Profile photo of Z

    I recommend Intel CS330. Low price, great quality cam, works the greatest for LEGO movies. I use this, Bluntman uses this, Erlic now uses this, plenty of people do and most are incredibly happy with their results.

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