Doosl 1080P HD USB Webcam, Web Camera with Tripod, Built-in Microphone, Adjustable Light, Laptop Desktop PC Computer Web Camera for Live Streaming Video Calling Conferencing Recording Gaming
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Doosl 1080P HD webcam with tripod.
Connection is a snap: USB plug and play, no drivers required, USB 2.0 port. 30 fps. Support Windows 2000 / XP / win7 / win8 / win10 / Vista 32 bit / MAC / Android TV. The webcam supports a variety of video conferencing software, Net meeting and MSN, Yahoo and Skype, and other great projects, enjoy the big-screen visual experience.
Clearer and more beautiful images: 1080P Full HD glass lens and premium deliver razor-sharp clear video in consistent high definition. Besides, The automatic low light correction makes you see clearly even in dim light!
Noise-reducing built-in microphone: The built-in dual noise-reducing microphone and superior stereo audio allow for clear and natural sound recording. It?s the best choice of video combined with a built-in microphone to provide the best video conference experience even in a noisy environment.
360� Adjustable: This Webcam can be stably placed on the desktop and clamped on the display (does not damage the screen), you can adjust the angle according to need. High quality with exquisite appearance. It can stand as you like.
Specifications: 400W fixed-focus lens Adapt to the interface: USB 2.0 Highest effective pixel: 1920*1080 Max frame rate: 30 FPS Horizontal rotation: 360� Horizontal viewing angle 86� wide viewing angle Automatic white balance, AE compensation Microphone:built-in
Package Included: 1 x HD 1080P Web Camera 1 x USB2.0 Micro-USB Data cable (5 ft) 1 x Product Manual
How to use it? 1. Attach the webcam to your computer. Plug the webcam's USB cable into one of the rectangular USB ports on the side or back of your computer. (1) USB plugs can only be inserted one way. If the plug won't fit into the port, rotate the plug 180 degrees and try again. (2) If you're on a Mac, you'll most likely need to buy a USB to USB-C adapter in order to fit a normal webcam. (3) Make sure that you plug the webcam directly into your computer, not a USB hub. USB hubs are often too underpowered to operate a webcam. 2. It's a plug&play type so it won't come with a CD. Plug the webcam into your computer will start the setup process. The setup process will involve clicking through a series of preference windows before clicking an Install button. 3. Follow any on-screen instructions. Pay attention to the windows' information here. You'll most likely need to select certain preferences that will help the webcam work later. 4. Adjust the webcam as needed. 5. Start a video call with your Skype or something else. Test the webcam's sound. While speaking into the webcam, look for spikes in activity next to the "Audio" (or similarly titled) section in the webcam's window. If you don't see any activity here, your webcam's microphone isn't working and might need to be enabled from the webcam's or computer's settings. 6. Change your webcam's settings as needed if necessary.