Sonix pc-cam-168 (SN9C105) Driver Download

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pc-cam-168 (SN9C105) Driver



Supported Operating Systems

Windows 7

File Name

080310_USBPCCamPlus_v5.18.1207.108.exe (10.0 MB)


080310_USBPCCamPlus_v5.18.1207.108 (3-Oct-2008)

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Uploader Notes

web camera is pc-cam-168


to install just right click and open

(do not connect webcam yet)

follow instructions on screen

may need restart

should now have icon in task bar showing if webcam is connected

also in all programs on start menu click USB PC Camera-168

click amcap- should now have picture

if not go to options and select preview

turn lense manualy to focus (***** all the way in then Gradualy Undo To focus)

select webcam settings

on flicker select 50hz 0r 60hz apply and save

on zoom enable zoom then zoom in to your bet normal sitting place and apply then save in


also has face recognition

if you want effects just try some then save the one

Uploaded By

bemmybristol (DG Member) on 29-Dec-2010

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