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Old January 9, 2008, 11:27 AM
Skyguy Skyguy is offline
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Great point. I found low-light image quality to be excellent. The RightLight feature kicks in REALLY fast and adjusts to the light levels very well. In fact, I tried both low light and backlight (silhouette) at different times and the Pro 9000 didn't get fooled. I was rather surprised because the light levels were rather low as far as I was concerned, and figured they would be too low, and would end up with a typical grainy image. But that was not the case, and I was pleasantly surprised. It seems Logitech's RightLight technology isn't just marketing hype, it actually works, and works well.

What was really interesting was dropping the light (using a dimmer) quickly and moving sideways in my chair. The webcam adjusted the lighting and tracked my face simultaneously. That was impressive.
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