Intel USB Video Camera III

Category: Camera
Manufacturer: Intel Corporation
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 707.03Kb
Operating System: Windows 2003, Windows 95, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: / 07 Aug 2000

Windows device driver information for Intel USB Video Camera III

The Intel USB Video Camera III is a video camera that is created and manufactured by Intel Corporation. In general, a video camera is a camera that is utilized for electronic motion picture acquirement. It was initially created and developed by the television industry. Now, it is common in other applications as well. The oldest video cameras were those of John Logie Baird which is based on the electromechanical Nipkow disk and utilized by the BBC in testing broadcasts through the 1930s. All of the electronic structures and designs were based on the cathode ray tube. Those cameras include Vladimir Zworykin's Iconoscope and Philo T. Farnsworth's Image dissector, which replaced the Baird system by the 1940s. It remained in great use until the 1980s, when cameras based on solid-state image sensors like the CCDs abolished common troubles with tube technologies like burn-in and made digital video workflow useful.

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The Intel USB Video Camera III is a video camera. In general, video cameras are utilized principally in two modes. The first one, traits of much early television, is what may be called a live broadcast. It is where the camera feeds real time pictures or images straight onto a screen for instant observation. In addition to live television production, such usage is feature of security, military or tactical, and industrial procedures where sneaky or remote viewing is needed. The second is to have the pictures or images recorded to a storage media for archiving or further dispensation. For a lot of years, videotape has been the basic format utilized for this purpose. On the other hand, optical disc media, hard disk, and flash memory are all increasingly utilized. Recorded video is utilized not only in television and film production, but also in surveillance and monitoring jobs where unattended recording of an incident is needed for analysis in the future. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Intel USB Video Camera III errors before installing any driver updates.