Unboxing, Pictures & Initial Impressions of the Logitech C615 Webcam

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I bought this camera, because I wanted something that would look nice, be versatile, and more so work with Skype. As I use that to call family and friends quite a lot.
Logitech was my first point of call, as I’ve always been a fan of their hardware, like their keyboards, mice, sound systems, and general PC peripherals.
I thus started, and ended my webcam search with Logitech, and bought the Logitech C615 on Amazon UK for £37 & AmazonUSA – I chose the 1080P version, as at the time of buying the price difference between the C615 and the C525 (720p variant) was only a few quid.
I’m glad I chose the 1080P variant, as not only has the price increased since I bought it, but also the quality of the camera is superb!

Here is my Unboxing Video:

Here are the pictures:
Click on them, to open them and see them in a larger size, enjoy!

 

Initial Impressions
-Versatile camera
-Nice blue LED light indicating when the camera is in operation
-Excellent video quality
-Great still picture quality (8 Mega-pixels)
-Nice design
-Small camera, and not bulky looking on the monitor
-Decent audio quality recording
-Good audio range (distance from speaker)
-Fast Auto-Focus
-Extremely light camera, thus easy to move around
-Easy software installation and setup
-Nice software implementation (effects etc)
-Good & working Facebook, Twitter & YouTube integration
-Works with Skype, and has no trouble with calls

A full review will come, after I spend several months calling and testing the camera!

Hope you enjoyed the unboxing, pictures & the initial impressions!
TotallydubbedHD

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4 thoughts on “Unboxing, Pictures & Initial Impressions of the Logitech C615 Webcam

  1. Lynn

    Hello,

    I am wondering whether the audio recording is of decent quality at a distance of say 20-50m? I prefer to go through my lectures several times (I used to only record audio but realised that I still missed some important information). I am considering whether I should purchase this for my class lectures. Seeing as the size of classes can vary drastically, I am worried that I will not get good quality video and audio if the lectures are held in large halls.

    Would it be suitable for seminar halls, large lecture halls and so forth? This seems to fit my budget and so far I’ve read a lot of good reviews on its performance.

    Hope you can help me verify that it is suitable for my purpose so that I can make a decision soon. Thanks!

    Regards,
    Lynn

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    1. Lynn

      I also forgot to include another query. Is it compatible with Linux? If so, which ones. The descriptions I have read so far mostly state Windows. Some reviewers claim it works on Linux but I am wondering if that’s only specific versions.

      Thanks again.

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    2. TotallydubbedHD Post author

      I wouldn’t use this to record audio, you should get a dedicated mic and use audacity instead. That’ll be easier to listen back and much smaller files too.
      20-50m is too far in my opinion. It’s meant for a desktop, 10m range or so. Plus this will pickup a lot of unwanted sounds!

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