Official XBOX 360 Live Vision Game Camera Webcam
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- Put a face on your gamertag and make yourself known
- Personalise your online gaming experience with face-in-game technology
- Bring motion-based games to life using your body movements to control the action
- Snap crystal-clear images with VGA 640H x 480V video at 30 frames per second and still photos at 1.3 megapixels
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The Xbox 360 gets its own version of EyeToy with this multi-use webcam and motion sensing controller that is a must-have! The Xbox Live Vision video camera seamlessly integrates with the Xbox 360 system and Xbox Live network to bring interactive social gaming to life. The camera allows gamers to personalise their gaming experience with their own unique gamer picture, send photo messages and chat by video with friends and family over Xbox Live.
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Top Customer Reviews
Maybe I'm doing something wrong with Jupiter, but I can't see what. But then I wouldn't need either of these webcams if the much coveted Philips ToUcam wasn't as rare as rocking horse ****.
Pulled out the game and it was "Your in the Movies" with the Camera!
Since it is near christmas they must have said lets give this person the game aswell!
The Games Camera Bundle is £5 and free delivery.
The Camera on its own is £4 so they gave me extra!
I WOULD RECOMMEND IT IF YOU BUY IT BEFORE CHRISTMAS!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It came quickly and I was able to use it the day it arrived, it was clean but it could have been in better packaging to protect it.Published on 24 May 2013 by Angel
Its a good little camera for the xbox 360, where you can see your friends. my only problem with the cam is under low light its not very good.Published on 23 May 2013 by Amazon Customer
This webcam arrived very promptly. Plugged in and opened up Skype and voila - very clear picture. No mic, but I didn't need one. Works with other applications too.Published on 2 Mar. 2012 by Kam Hellarian