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Hey guys! Been almost a year since I last posted (school and work taking up all my time!).
Anyways, I was wondering if anyone has used some sort of lubricant like WD40 on something like it on a PTZ camera, for instance a Foscam IP camera. I have a generic (Foscam knockoff) and the up/down of the camera is starting to struggle and sometimes does not move at all. It is not the motor as I can hear it just fine It just sounds like there is some sort of resistance on it.
Here is an image of it. This is literally what it looks like (I'm sure you've seen this before, as you can tell it is a popular camera that many companies are slapping their name on).
Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom (desktop), Custom (desktop), Lenovo U530 Touch OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Windows 7 Pro x64, Windows 10 Home x64 CPU Intel i7-4790K , Intel i7-3770K, Intel i7-4510ULT Motherboard Asus Z87-PRO (main), Asus P8P67 Rev 3.1(secondary) Memory 12GB Corsair Vengeance Graphics Card EVGA GeForce GTX 660 2GB, 2X GIGABYTE 6890, Nvidia GT730M Sound Card Realtek Integrated, IDT (both laptops) Monitor(s) Displays Samsung S22C300H 21.5" Screen Resolution 1920x1080 (Both machines)
Keyboard Logitech K360 Mouse Logitech M310 PSU Corsair GS700, COOLMAX CUL-850B (secondary) Case Thermaltake Chaser Cooling Corsair H60 Dual Fans, Stock Cooler Hard Drives Main:
Muskin SSD 240GB
Western Digital 1TB
SAMSUNG SM843 SSD 480GB Internet Speed 16Mbps Antivirus Comodo Internet Security Premium, MWB Browser Chrome, Firefox Other Info I have three systems listed in the specs area. My main desktop and my secondary desktop that was my previous build. The last one (in all the sections) is my Lenovo laptop.
Thanks for your interest in my machines! :)
Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Me :D OS Windows 7 CPU AMD X6 1090T 4.02Ghz Motherboard ASUS Crosshair IV Formula Memory 10.00GB Graphics Card Nvidia Geforce 470 Sound Card ASUS Xonar DX Monitor(s) Displays Dell 24" Monitor
Keyboard Sidewinder X6 Mouse Sidewinder X8 PSU 700W Crosshair Case Antec Three hundred Cooling Water Cooling Hard Drives 2TB WD
60 SSD Internet Speed 100Mbps Down || 100Mbps UP
web camera HI, I would like to camera use for my use my laptop web cam as a survaliance camera for my home is this possible? all I will be surveying is what my new dog gets up to when he is left on his own. I don't want him upsetting the neighbours.
Music, Pictures & Video
New Vid Camera i got a new vid cam for my bday and xmass, so now i can finally do some cool things! lol
i got a canon vixia hf r400 shoots 1080p @60fps 1/3" cmos sensor
heres a pic i shot with it today. i dident correctly focus, however, its still looks good imo
camera I am using HP intel i5 laptop with windows7 with 64 bit operating system. My webcam is not working. when I tried to on it, a warning is displaying "No Webcam detected".
My webcam is CyberLink Youcam.
Plz give me a solution.
Hardware & Devices
pc usb camera I can't camera audio to work with w7 64 bit
video works great but no audio
Camera Well I bought a camera last year for recordings and it's pretty cool. But it required a disk for it(the size of a gamecube disk). I record on it and I put it in my PC
Computer > D drive - Never loads.
I'm pretty sure it's the CD itself but not understanding why. It fits in the slot fine,...
Hardware & Devices
525 USB PC Camera Hey guys.
I have Canyon webcam model CNR-WCAM43 but the drivers i have don't work in windows 7. In windows vista i have no problem with it but in windows 7 its just don't work.
Any tip for solve this problem.