Category: Camera
Manufacturer: Sony
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: N/A
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows NT4, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: / 27 Aug 2001

Windows device driver information for Sony VAIO CAMERA PCGA-VC2

The Sony VAIO CAMERA PCGA-VC2 is a webcam produced and manufactured by Sony. A webcam or web camera is the commonly used term for any camera that produces pictures that can be utilized by and displayed on the internet through a server. A webcam is basically just a camera that is attached to a computer, either directly or cordlessly, and collects a series of pictures for remote display. Webcam technology is broadly utilized by all kinds of people for all kinds of varying reasons. The webcam primarily functions by capturing a series of digital pictures that are transmitted by the computer to a server and then projected to the hosting page. There are also websites that permit users to upload and save their webcam pictures for free, which a lot of individuals select for personal use. Webcams differ in their capabilities and features, and the differences are seen in price.

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The Sony VAIO CAMERA PCGA-VC2 is a web camera. Several webcams capture a still pictures just one time every 30 seconds, while others presents streaming video by capturing 30 pictures per second. It is a video capture device attached to a computer or computer network, most of the time utilizing a USB port or, if linked to a network, Ethernet or Wi-Fi. Their most famous function is for video telephony, allowing a computer to function as a videophone or video conferencing station. Other uses include the recording of video data or even still-images, are available through several software programs, applications and devices. As webcam capabilities have been included to instant messaging, text chat services like the AOL Instant Messenger, one-to-one live video interaction through the Internet has presently reached millions of mainstream computer users around the world. Enhanced video quality has greatly helped webcams encroach on conventional video conferencing systems. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Sony VAIO CAMERA PCGA-VC2 errors before installing any driver updates.