An impressive camera. some good improvements from the first version, primarily due to the refinements in Logitech's Right Light 2 technology. During my long term testing, I have noticed that in total automatic mode, my camera tends to shy toward the slightly darker exposure in the evening, but works fine during daylight hours. I wouldn't count this as a problem with the camera, but more likely due to the location where I have put the camera. It has a totally different angle of view than any of the other cameras in the room.
This camera has a silvery body rather than the older black body of the first version. You can tell the difference quickly by the shape of the box. The first version had an all plastic rounded edge box. This second version has a square box with a cardboard bottom and a clear plastic top.
My only disappointment is this camera can't produce the wide frame format (864x480) that the earlier version and the first version Orbit could. I really liked that format.
It appears from the Logitech website that they are discontinuing the Fusion line, replacing it with the 9000 series which looks just like the Fusion. Bottom line, another winner from Logitech.
|Sample images showing how this camera performs under different lighting conditions|