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Microsoft LifeCam Cinema Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelLifeCam Cinema
DateSep 2012
Built-in microphone
InterfaceUSB 2.0
Colour of productBlack, Silver
Built-in flash
Mounting typeClip/Stand
Sensor typeCMOS
Cable length1.829 m
Megapixel1 MP
Maximum video resolution1280 x 720 pixels
Maximum frame rate30 fps
Full HD
Photo feature
Maximum image resolution1280 x 720 pixels
Still image resolution(s)2880x1620
Maximum interpolated image resolution5 MP
Auto focus
Zoom capability
Focus adjustmentAuto
Normal focusing range0.15 - ∞
Diagonal field of view73°
Operating temperature (T-T)0 - 40 °C
Storage temperature (T-T)-40 - 60 °C
Operating relative humidity (H-H)5 - 65%
Storage relative humidity (H-H)5 - 80%

Microsoft LifeCam Cinema Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2016-06-21
Full 360-degree rotation, Clear video, Useful softwareHard to attach to laptops, Occasional autofocus hiccups
You can only fit so much in front of your camera, but picking up your laptop and spinning it is a chore. Microsoft's LifeCam Cinema HD is a $44, 720p webcam that sits on a 360-degree swivel and lets you show your video-chatting partner everything in the r...
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Reviewed on 2011-10-01
Excellent image quality, Rich HD quality for video chats, Able to swivel 360 degrees, Sleek styling, Threeyear warranty,Autofocus is too sensitive, Limited features and tools, Poor builtin microphone
Professional and user reviewers praise Microsoft's LifeCam Cinema webcam for its clear high-definition sound and video quality. Highly recommended for video chats, the LifeCam Cinema produces sharply detailed video, even in conditions of low lighting. ...
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Reviewed on 2010-08-09
TweetAlthough Skatter Tech reviewed Microsoft’s LifeCam HD-5000 & HD-6000 earlier this year, the company also offers a more-powerful LifeCam Cinema. While this flagship webcam has been on the market for quite sometime, it still offers a handful of adva...
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Reviewed on 2010-07-01
Normally webcams provide blurry images and the user keeps wondering what the other person actually looks like. Even if you do manage to see that person, the image is quite grainy. This is where Microsoft decided to bring a difference by using High Defi...
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Reviewed on 2010-06-01
This Microsoft webcam offers great image quality and provides users with richer HD picture for video chats,Most users prefer to turn off the auto focus because it begins on a highly sensitive setting.
Like other high-definition webcams, TopTenREVIEWS Bronze Award winner Microsoft’s LifeCam Cinema Webcam offers 720p image quality and is capable of recording videos and capturing screenshots in addition to working with online programs created for video...
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Reviewed on 2010-05-23
Simple Install, Small and easy to position, User friendlyN/A
The Microsoft LifeCam Cinema is one of Microsoft's new HD webcams. With a max resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels HD video (Still Image: Up to 5 megapixel 2880x1620), the LifeCam Cinema is one of the best webcams on the market today. The LifeCam Cinema is...
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Reviewed on 2010-05-12
Looks and design, High Definition, Auto focusNone
Normally webcams provide blurry images whence one just manages to imagine what the person on the other side looks like. Even if you do manage to see the person, the image is quite grainy. Here's when Microsoft decided to bring in a difference. A differ...
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Reviewed on 2010-02-11
Microsoft LifeCam Cinema is the latest webcam from Microsoft, featuring widescreen recording capabilities with a native 720p sensor (High Definition quality). With everything being in “HD” nowadays, having a web camera that supports both video chat + r...
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Reviewed on 2010-02-03
Excellent picture, Sharp and compact aluminum body, Mounting hardware can stand on a desk or sit on top of LCDs, CRTs or laptop displays, Adjustable pitch and yaw, Competitively pricedCurrent drivers (1/9/10) don't support 720p at 30fps, High-pitched whine likely linked to camera's exposure level recorded by on-board mic, No motion-triggered recording...
High Definition. Those two words are the very soul of what's driving consumer electronics and pushing broadband Internet, and Microsoft's sleek LifeCam Cinema is no exception. As one of the first webcams to boast an magnificent 1280x720 resolution with...
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Reviewed on 2010-02-02
Sleek styling. Aluminum construction. Flexible mount. Good image quality, color balance, and auto-focus. Easy-to-use bundled app.Poor built-in mic. Slightly overexposed photos and video. Relatively robust system requirements.
Despite its status as the world's largest software developer, Microsoft also has a thriving business building PC peripherals, including keyboards, mice, joysticks, and webcams, among other devices. The $79.95 (list) Microsoft LifeCam Cinema webcam s...
Reviewed on 2010-01-29
Microsoft’s LifeCam Cinema is an compact HD webcam. It shoots at 720p HD (16:9, 30fps) and has a built-in microphone, making it a simple all-in-one solution that can be put on the top of any laptop screen or computer monitor. It even has a stand built ...
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Reviewed on 2010-01-26
Pluses, Very good quality finish, Auto focus, Good quality daylight image, Stand compatible with any baseMinuses, Overexposed in dark room: loss of detail, Microphone: lack of sensitivity
The software suite As with the previous versions, a software suite comes with the camera. It’s made up of two drivers, a webcam settings tool and video and photo capture software – you can use the webcam to make 720p video and share it with your frien...
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Reviewed on 2010-01-19
720p High Definition Capture, Widescreen View, Noise Cancellation Microphone, Good Software; Simple Design, Small, yet Very Powerful, Lighting, Quality, Clarity of Picture, Low Light Enchancement, Excellent Value at under $60Limited Video Chat HD Use due to Software Restrictions, Very CPU intensive at higher resolutions, Slight Washout with Bright Backlighting, High Pitch Tone when Noise Cancellation is Used
The Microsoft LifeCam Cinema H5D-00001 far outperformed my expectations of it, especially after seeing how small it is. The camera lens is able to pick out small details, recognize faces, autofocus, and capture 720p High Definition video at an amazing...
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Reviewed on 2010-01-18
In this high definition era, where hardware from consoles to monitors and entertainment from games to films is in HD, one area that's been consistently lagging behind has been the humble webcam. Partially, this is because of the limited Internet connectio...
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Reviewed on 2010-01-01
Good quality recordings, Auto-focus works well, In-built microphone, Solid build720p too large to stream but that's not really the cameras fault
Should Hollywood make a biopic called The Webcam, it would tell the tale of an unloved little fellow; a cute and plucky device all eager to please and full of promise but somehow ignored and ultimately unloved. Webcam II: The Second Coming would be an ...
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Reviewed on 2009-11-24
Webcams are unlikely to be anyone's idea of a breakthrough in technology. And yet somehow, having one can simplify things especially if you enjoy face-to-face communication over the Internet. This need is made even more relevant since applications like...
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Reviewed on 2009-11-24
Webcams are unlikely to be anyone's idea of a breakthrough in technology. And yet somehow, having one can simplify things especially if you enjoy face-to-face communication over the Internet. This need is made even more relevant since applications like Sk...
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Reviewed on 2009-11-13
Software-wise, Microsoft provides an appreciatively straightforward display interface. A side panel leads to manual tweaks and special effects, while a timeline shows thumbnails of shareable stills (5MP max) and video. Where the camera won me over, though, was by accurately..
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Reviewed on 2009-09-20
Great video quality with the 720p sensor, Excellent ergonomic design, Simple, effective software package,Poor still photo quality.
Microsoft is no stranger to the webcam business, and its latest offering shows why the company is still often at the forefront. The LifeCam Cinema is the first consumer webcam to offer both a 16:9 aspect ratio and a native 720p imaging sensor. With a m...
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