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Thursday, 26 April 2007 20:18

Playstation 3 EYE camera out

Written by test1

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Web camera for PS3


Sony is now offering a new web camera for its PS3, and we must say that it looks great. Sleek design accompanies a fast sensor that enables users 640x480 video recording at 60FPS. The camera has an adjustable 56 to 75 degree field of view zoom lens which enables the user to capture more than just head and shoulders.

 
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It has a sophisicated microphone that can reduce a banckground noise and it can focus on spoken word. It sould be good in low light condition so Paris Hilton will certanly benefit from it.


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