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    WebCams That Do Not Need Drivers

    I sort of remember a thread on here about webcams that do not need drivers. As need to buy some webcams and if can get ones that do not need drivers than all the better.

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    It was a Logitech model Russ and I think @Badders; posted it as they got them when I worked with him.

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    Here is the post

    Quote Originally Posted by marcgr View Post
    We bought 16 Logitech QuickCam E3500 Webcams a while back. We've used them for animation.
    Quote Originally Posted by john View Post
    There are some logitech ones that DON'T need drivers (which is a godsend!) but I cannot remember which ones they are off the top of my head, they just plug in and work like any usb device does Badders on here will know which they are as where he is had about 40 of them bought by the ICT Dept and I know we were worried about having to put loads more drivers out but they just plugged in and worked
    Quote Originally Posted by badders View Post
    We used the same as marcgr, Logitech E3500. Although I think they may be have stopped making them now, somw suppliers still have them in stock. Good image and just plug them in, they even install as a student account.
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    The one's we used were Logitech QuickCam E3500's. They just plugged in, even as a student account and worked. Not sure whether they still make them, I think the C300 is very similar although we haven't tried one.

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