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Brickcom WMB-130AP

Brickcom WMB-130AP Webcam

1.3MP 30fps 1280 X 1024 May 2013
Megapixel Count Maximum Frame Rate Built-In Microphone Maximum Video Resolution Release Date
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4 Reasons For

Has a Built-In Microphone

The WMB-130AP has a built-in microphone, as do most of the other low megapixel count webcams that were launched more than two years ago.

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1280 X 1024 Pixels Maximum Video Resolution

The Brickcom WMB-130AP has a maximum video resolution of 1280 x 1024 pixels. That's over four times the video resolution of a 640 x 480 pixels webcam, which is the most common video resolution. Across all comparable spec webcams that were released more than two years ago the best video resolution is 1600 x 1200 pixels and the worst is 640 x 480 pixels.

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1/2.5" Optical Sensor Size

The Brickcom WMB-130AP has a maximum optical sensor size of 1/2.5". That's over two times the optical sensor size of the most common optical sensor size of 1/7". The worst optical sensor size of all webcams of this spec and age is 1/10" and the best is 1/2".

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1280×720@30fps Resolution At Capture Speed

The Brickcom WMB-130AP has a 1280×720@30fps resolution at capture speed which is better than the 640x480@30fps resolution at capture speed found on most low megapixel count webcams that are a similar age to it.

A 1280×720@30fps resolution at capture speed is in fact the best resolution at capture speed across all similar spec webcams that are a comparable age to the WMB-130AP.

Across similar types of webcam the worst resolution at capture speed is 640x480@30fps.

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14 Reasons Against

Does Not Have a Motion Detector

Like most of the other webcams of a comparable age and spec to the WMB-130AP, the WMB-130AP does not have a motion detector.

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Only RJ-45 Interface

The WMB-130AP has an RJ-45 interface which is better than most webcams of a similar type and age to it. Most webcams of a similar type and age to it have a USB interface.

This webcam's interface (RJ-45) is actually the worst interface amongst all similar spec webcams that came out around the same time as the WMB-130AP.

The best interface amongst similar types of webcam is USB 3.

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Not USB Powered

The Brickcom WMB-130AP is not USB powered, although it is worth noting that most of the other low megapixel count webcams that came out more than two years ago are also not USB powered.

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Does Not Feature Face Tracking

The WMB-130AP does not feature face tracking, although it is worth noting that most of the other webcams of this age and spec also do not feature face tracking.

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Not Mac Compatible

The WMB-130AP is not Mac compatible, although it is worth noting that most of the other webcams of this age and spec are also not Mac compatible.

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Very Narrow Horizontal Viewing Angle

The average horizontal viewing angle of low megapixel count webcams that were released more than two years ago is 90°, and the horizontal viewing angles range from 45° to 170°. At only 50 degrees, the Brickcom WMB-130AP has a quite narrow horizontal viewing angle compared to most of the other webcams of a similar age and type to the WMB-130AP.

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Very Narrow Vertical Vewing Angle

With a vertical vewing angle of only 40 degrees, the Brickcom WMB-130AP has a fairly narrow vertical vewing angle compared to most of the other comparable spec webcams that have been available for around the same time as the WMB-130AP. Webcams of this spec and age have vertical vewing angles of between 29° and 170°, and the average vertical vewing angle is 84°.

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Does Not Have a Snapshot Button

The WMB-130AP does not have a snapshot button. Most of the other webcams of a similar spec and age to the WMB-130AP also do not have a snapshot button.

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Does Not Have a Zoom Capability

The WMB-130AP does not have a zoom capability, although keep in mind that most of the other webcams of a comparable spec and age to the WMB-130AP also do not have a zoom capability.

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Does Not Have a Night Mode

Like most of the other low megapixel count webcams that have been on the market for more than two years, the Brickcom WMB-130AP does not have a night mode.

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Not Full HD

Most webcams that are a similar age to the WMB-130AP are not Full HD. The WMB-130AP is no exception to this as it too is not Full HD.

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Quite High Minimum Illumination

With a minimum illumination of 2 lux, the WMB-130AP has a quite high minimum illumination compared to most of the other similar spec webcams that have been around for a comparable time to the WMB-130AP. The average minimum illumination of low megapixel count webcams that were released more than two years ago is 1.4lx, and the minimum illumination range from 0.05lx to 5lx.

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Very High Typical Power Consumption

The average typical power consumption of webcams of a similar age and spec to the WMB-130AP is 4.1W. When compared to other webcams of a comparable spec and age to the WMB-130AP that we have checked the typical power consumption of, the WMB-130AP's typical power consumption of 6.8 Watts is one of the highest.

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Very Heavy

The weights of comparable spec webcams that have been available for around the same time as the WMB-130AP range from 0.35g to 480g. The Brickcom WMB-130AP is very heavy (477 grams) compared to most of the other low megapixel count webcams that were released more than two years ago.

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2 Other reasons to consider the Brickcom WMB-130AP

Released Over Three Years Ago

Brickcom released the WMB-130AP over three years ago.

Average Maximum Frame Rate

The Brickcom WMB-130AP has a fairly typical maximum frame rate (30 frames per second) compared to most of the other webcams of a similar type and age to the WMB-130AP.

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Specification

Performance
Megapixel Count
Maximum Frame Rate
Maximum Video Resolution
Zoom Capability
Full HD
Storage Temperature Range
Operating Temperature Range
Typical Power Consumption
Minimum Illumination
White Balance
Vertical Vewing Angle
Horizontal Viewing Angle
Diagonal Field of View
Focal Length Range
Auto Focus
Normal Focusing Range
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR)
Photo Feature
Supported Video Format
Resolution At Capture Speed
Maximum Image Resolution
Design
Built-In Microphone
Mount
Colour
Interface
Certification
Optical Sensor Size
Sensor Type
Built-In Flash
Weight & Dimensions
Weight
Height
Depth
Width
Packaging Data
Desktop Stand
Quantity

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Product Identifiers

Manufacturer Part Numbers brickcom wmb130, brickcom wmb130a, brickcom wmb130ap
Barcodes 00639713435214
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