Andrew van Mellenger.com heeft een review in elkaar gedraaid van de Creative Labs Webcam Go. In eerste instantie is dit een gewone Webcam, maar hij kan ook gebruikt worden als een el'cheapo digitale camera.
Videoconferencing worked great. I tried it on my home network because I wanted to see what the output looked like. It is great for what I want to use it for, I'm going to get my mom to buy one. The images which are taken when the camera is disconnected from the PC and stored on the flash memory are the same quality as the captured to disk pictures but the captured pics have the advantage of having their levels adjusted. When using the Webcam Go as a digital camera you have no control over any of the levels. The focus is adjusted by a focus ring on the front of the camera, the manual explains focusing like this, " To focus on an object aprox. 6 inches away, turn the focus ring until the focus mark is at the 12 o'clock position. To focus on objects 3 to 5 feet away, turn the focus ring to the 6 o'clock position, etc." Sounds easy, huh? Since the focus ring doesn't do anything for the viewfinder, it's pretty useless in the great outdoors, you don't know if your photos are in focus or not. Best bet is to probably leave it set for infinity.