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Yes, it does. Here are some of the things that it has to offer to you...
From the Manufacturer
Share life as it happens - it's easy with the Microsoft LifeCam VX-3000. Take instant messaging with family and friends to a new level of sight and sound - with the Microsoft LifeCam VX-3000. This webcam is compatible with all leading instant messaging software, so it's simple and fun to use. Great video quality and features, plus crystal-clear audio, make you feel like you're right there!
Superior video quality and High Definition still photos
Automatic face tracking software
Pan, tilt, and zoom controls
Automatically adjusts for low-light conditions for improved video quality
Built-in unidirectional microphone with acoustic noise cancellation
Windows Live™ Call Button
Fits on most monitors, including flat screens, or sits directly on your desk
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make sure you have the Microsoft LifeCam VX-3000 latest software installed check it here then make sure you have windows live messenger 8.0 and up if you comply with this simple press the button on top of the cam the one with the phone draw (#4) in the image inserted in the link that should start the video conference menu from live messenger.
I purchaased MS Lifecam from Walmart at a bargain price of $50.00 yesterday. I quickly installed the s/w on my windows 2003 XP under 5 mins. The camera worked for exactly 20 mins. I opted out from installing the Live Messanger ( don't need it). However the s/w crashed within 20 mins, complaining of a fatal error, which it could not Debug, but insisted on sending off the report to MS..which I declined. After trying to reload the s/w on the same computer for 3 more times, which involved remove and re-install..I finally gave up on the 2003 XP. I then tried to load the s/w on my windows 7 laptop..got the same error message. After messing with it for at least 5 hours, and ruining half my day, I returned the product back to walmart and got my money back. What a scam!! The MS Support site tells you to reinstall windows 7 and then try to reload the d- -n!! s/w again. What kind of Freaking solution is that??!! BTW I have plenty of space on laptop, 80 gigs..so space was not an issue.