Normal webcams don't work with Samsung smart TVs, and by an interesting coincidence Samsung just happens to have its own proprietary camera for its H, HU, JS and JU models.
We wouldn't recommend buying one for Skype as the smart TV version of Skype is no longer being supported, but if you want to use Samsung's own gesture control features and its virtual mirror for fitness apps then it's really your only option.
and all-in-one computers sporting built-in HD webcams these days, most traditional desktop towers don’t bear the same luxury.
As such, it’s here that we’ll determine the answer to a question as old as time itself: what is the best webcam for you?
It also supports background removal, making it ideal for budding You Tubers.
It swivels in 360 degrees, offers 8 megapixel static shooting and you can pop it on a tripod to keep it steady while you're recording.If you need something cheap and cheerful for Skype, Messenger, Facebook or AOL, Microsoft's Life Cam range offers decent performance for a low price.You don't get 1080p video at this price point, but you do get automatic color correction, a noise-cancelling unidirectional microphone and a stand to fit laptops and desktops alike.It's a cheap way to solve the problem of a PC without a camera or even with a camera that isn't up to snuff.The C615 is a full HD webcam that's particularly well suited to travellers and mobile workers, thanks to its clever "fold and go" design.