If you’ve ever used a dedicated web camera (integrated into your laptop or sitting on top of your desktop monitor), you may have noticed the poor quality of images they produce. Plastic lenses coupled with low-resolution and low-sensitivity sensors just can’t give you a clear, colorful image with a minimum of noises. However, with so many decent point-and-shoot digital cameras out there, why can’t we use them for purposes that are traditionally reserved for cheap plastic webcams? With ExtraWebcam, we can!
If you own a Canon digital camera, you can use ExtraWebcam to turn it into a high-quality web camera suitable for video conferencing using Skype, MSN, AIM, Yahoo and other IMs, remote surveillance and everything else webcams are used for. The software supports all Canon cameras (the full list of supported cameras is available on the manufacturer’s website), but make sure to test your camera in the trial mode prior to purchasing the full version. ExtraWebcam starts automatically whenever a program wants to use it as a video source, but it can also be started in a standalone mode. You can switch between Live (320×240) and Single Shot (640×480) modes, lock and und unlock focus, as well as control a multitude of other parameters, including the zoom level, the currently used ISO value and exposure mode.
ExtraWebcam is the easiest way to turn your favorite Canon camera into a high-quality web camera that will always be with you!
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