HP (Hewlett-Packard) HD 5210 Webcam - 30 fps - Black - USB 2.0

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Get video so lifelike that you're practically there. This high-end, ultra compact webcam delivers cutting-edge H.264 HD video. You get the picture faster, more clearly, and with far less lag time than other webcams.


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Product Title: HP (Hewlett-Packard) HD 5210 Webcam - 30 fps - Black - USB 2.0

Manufacturer: HP (Hewlett-Packard)

Lowest Price: $80.49 from PinnacleMicro

Power Score: 4.1 | 21 Reviews


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Product Reviews (11)

Good HD web cam

This is a good camera if you are computer savvy and can figure out that your camera resolution might be to high for your monitor, if the monitor is not HD capable.

By altacucker on HP - May 12, 2013

Excellent product that fits seamlessly in my setup

This product intergrates seamlessly within my home Office equipment setup. Excellent clarity - installation very easy. I'm very happy with this webcam!

By Baptise2013 on HP - Mar 3, 2013

Excellent quality

The HP HD-5210 Webcam the quality of this camera is far superior than the Microsoft WebCam cinema. when I upgraded to Windows a all the functions in Microsoft WebCam did not function. The HP-HD5210 was easy to install all the camera and controls worked flawless this camera as much clearer video then Microsoft WebCam. After purchasing the HP WebCam I'm extremely satisfied with the quality, my next...
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By jcomerford on HP - Jan 30, 2013

Product is excellent

This Product met all of my expectations great video autofocus and face tracking are great features functions well as a webcam and for shooting live video to upload to youtube and facebook as well the sensitivity of the microphones is superb and the recorded sound is clear alswo the software suite is very user friendly. Once again this product is totally excellent

By mike9999 on HP - Jan 18, 2013

This is the Webcam that I was looking for

This Webcam is awesome. It has great features, such as the monitor with its motion sensor, recording only when it senses motion, thus eliminating the large amount of space used on your hard drive.

By Andy18 on HP - Nov 29, 2012

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