has rolled out three new webcams, the DA-70815
, all with new chatting fun software that allows virtual screen appearance using avatars.
The company’s Fix8 software analyzes the user’s rendering and uses Fixies (Avatar) technology and the design options of Fix8 FaceMaker to create a virtual figure. Moreover, the integrated voice maker can also be used to change the voice. What’s more, the software allows users to create their own videos and pictures.
The new cameras are equipped with high quality glass lenses. White balance and lighting take place automatically depending on the model. No manual adjustment is necessary. Built-in microphones are used for voice transmission.
The DA-70816 and DA-70817 models have respective high quality 1.3 Megapixels picture sensors, where a resolution of 5.2 Megapixels can be reached with interpolation of the picture material. Both the webcam models have a video recording function with up to 30fps in MPEG4 format. The DA-70815 supports 300K Megapixels (3.2 Megapixels via interpolation) and has a swivel joint to adjust the camera for all requirements.
The DA-70817 webcam comes with a swan neck that turns the cam into a flexible working tool that can be fitted individually to the notebook. The cam also has auto focus.
"Easy handling, the picture quality and the design of DIGITUS webcams does not only convince the technically experienced user but also the conservative Internet user,” said Till Brauckmann, marketing director at DIGITUS.
Launched in 1994, DIGITUS’ product range includes active and passive network components, KVMs, USB and Firewire products, cables, adapters and connectors, (S)ATA/SCSI products, peripherals, notebook, PDA, computer and multimedia accessories.
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Edited by Patrick Barnard