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Old Apr 17, 2010, 01:39 PM   #1
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Logitec C120 webcam CAN be used with Mac OSX..

Although Logitec do not officially support drivers for the entry level C120, you can get it working by downloading drivers for the more $$ Quickcam Pro 4000 - which does officially support Mac ! Assume this will be the same for other Logitec webcams to.

Just putting it out there for people in a similar position.

(I'm running Snow Leopard)

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