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PlayStation 3 Camera how is it better?

May 03, 2007
If you used to play or just like the PlayStation's Eye then you are going to like the new toy for PS3 which is the same old Eye but more sophisticated. This gadget is created by Richard Marks and the producer has added some new features to the new generation PlayStation Camera.

The main problem of every camera is light sensitivity. Many cameras suffer from lack of quality because of that. How do you solve that problem: more pixels? No, Richard Marks has come up with other idea. Instead of using more pixels he used sensors with more area per pixel and that what made the camera so good.

The camera works at minimum 60 fps and has a great tracking resolution. It will not miss any of your movements.

Besides, the microphone in PS3 Camera is much better then in previous ones. It is a for-array microphone that has a better sound quality and room coverage. So you can easily take shots, make video clips of your home tests etc. with the new PlayStation 3 camera.

The rest of it does not differ much from the PS2 camera.



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» posted by: Best camera / Jul 16, 2008 09:08 AM
When will they get it out for sale??? I woul really love to buy this PlayStation 3 camera! I want to have one of these!
» posted by: Tutun / Jul 09, 2008 10:52 AM
Had a lot of fun with this PlayStation 3 camera! Playing sports games is very comfortable with this camera. I love boxing and use it to play this game.
» posted by: Maverick / Aug 20, 2007 12:39 AM
You can't find it because they are still working on it. It did not come out yet. But, hey, they will present it pretty soon :)
» posted by: johnson 66666 / Aug 19, 2007 02:38 AM
why can't i find it?
» posted by: Carol / May 23, 2007 08:03 PM
Para que sirve
» posted by: Phillip Neho / May 12, 2007 05:11 PM
Great Camera - I quite like the eye toy (great party game)

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