Microsoft LifeCam VX-3000 Review | Webcam Perfect For Video On Instant Messaging

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Microsoft LifeCam VX-3000 ReviewInstant messaging has been with us for many years now, with clients such as MSN Messenger, Skype, Yahoo and AIM amongst the most popular.

Things have moved on a bit since the days of good old fashioned text chats though, and video is now all the rage. Lucky then that there are some brilliant, yet affordable webcams on the market made for just that purpose.

Microsoft Lifecam VX-3000

The Microsoft LifeCam VX-3000 is one such contender, and comes from a brand you can trust (assuming you haven’t suffered an Xbox 360 Red Ring of Death of course) in Microsoft.

These cameras are currently being sold on Amazon either separately or as a pair, with the idea of the twin pack being to enable friends and family members to each own one and be able to stay in contact wherever they are around the world.


This webcam is currently amongst the best selling on Amazon, and cheap enough to enable everyone to own one. It also comes with an amazing array of features to give all buyers optima performance.

The camera works straight out of the box with all Microsoft enabled computers, and is virtually plug-and-play. It also has a very clean install, with none of the spyware included with some other brands.

The Lifecam VX-3000 offers crystal clear audio and a brilliantly sharp image. There is also automatic face tracking software and low-light adjustment to ensure clarity and the best possible picture at all times.


The camera fits to most monitors, including flat panel ones, or can alternatively just sit on the desk next to your tower. There are pan, tilt, and zoom controls as well as a number of video effects to mess around with and adjust to suit.

The Microsoft LifeCam VX-3000 is perfect for anyone wanting to use video chat to stay in touch with people around the world, and for just $50 for a pair, you you never fell alone again.

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