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Panasonic TY-CC10W Skype-Enabled Camera (2010 Model) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)


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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Panasonic
  • Model: TY-CC10W

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.7 x 8.3 x 3 inches ; 7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003LYO3LE
  • Item model number: TY-CC10W
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #57,799 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 12, 2010

Product Description

Communication camera for Skype video conference capabilities. 2010 G25, VT20, and VT25 Plasma HDTV Compatible.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The picture is good quality.
AzStolls
Great Product: I have maintained communications with my parents and in-laws who live abroad using Skype at leas twice per week and wanted to view it on the TV.
Jose C Fernandez
Skype is a Viera offering, so I only had to open an account.
Fla Al

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

131 of 140 people found the following review helpful By nsfw on June 11, 2010
Just wanted to let everyone know some of the limitations of this device at the date I'm writing this review:
This Camera attached to a 2010 Panasonic G or VT series TV will display on the following clients:

Macintosh - No Video will be allowed between either host
Linux - No Video will be allowed between either host
Windows - Running only version 4.2 at this time your Panasonic TV will send a maximum 680 x 480 video. (known in skype land as HQ video)

To get 1280x720 720p HD video.. Get this.. You need TWO 2010 Panasonic G or VT series TV with this Skype camera. You also need at least 1.2Mb of network upload speed.

A Panasonic engineer confirmed for me the above.

Mine is going back for refund. Enjoy!
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62 of 69 people found the following review helpful By newton10471 on June 15, 2010
One star is way too charitable a rating for this unusable product, not to mention Panasonic's horrifically bad technical support. I have so far called them 3 times for this, and submitted a web help request, and only on the 3rd call (never heard back from web support) actually found someone who had even heard of the TY-CC10W Panasonic camera, OR even Skype. The second time I called I was left on hold for over 30 minutes and once I finally got a person they then hung up on me (accidentally, I presume). This most recent call I was transferred 5 different times before getting to someone who knows that this product exists. I again waited over 30 minutes between being transferred and put on hold this third time before getting help.

I originally called because the camera works - I can see myself when I go to settings, and the red light is on - but when I video call someone there is no video, and the person on the other end can't turn on their video either. I suspect this is due to the Skype 4.2 client compatibility issue described by the previous reviewer. Panasonic support apparently hasn't checked Amazon reviews yet, though, to know why their own product doesn't work :). I'm waiting on a call back from them to tell me how to proceed.

Save your money for when Panasonic gets its act together on this product. Until then it's a $170 brick.
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Fla Al on October 30, 2010
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Panasonic TY-CC10W Skype-Enabled Camera

I purchased this camera for use with a 2010 Panasonic/Viera 50" Plasma TV. While connection just required use of a USB port, the instructions left out a few important details, and I had to trial and error several things before getting close to getting the camera to work. Skype is a Viera offering, so I only had to open an account.

My expectation of Skype to Skype, was naive and based on my PC experience with Skype. It should be presented as 2010 Panasonic/Viera/Skype TV to 2010 Panasonic/Viera/Skype TV. Well, not all my contacts have a new Viera TV; so cut your use of Skype way down; if you wanted HD quality video. My unit sent video only, though incoming video and audio was alright, depending on the sender's connection speed and equipment quality.

After three weeks of Panasonic and Skype techs trying to help me get audio to transmit, I've decided to send the camera back as being defective (since there is only one cable to connect and everything else on the TV works as it should), before my return window closes. The unit itself is beautiful; it just doesn't work for me. Blogs and forums that I've checked, reveal very uneven results with this camera. Is it a software or hardware problem? I don't know, but my time is up, and I will go with what does reliably work, without the other limitations.

My suggestion? Wait till all the bugs get worked out of this Panasonic/Skype combination, before rushing in, like I did. Until then, Skype will just be an unused Viera feature on my TV. I should say that there were no vendor problems.
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42 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Lapham on February 7, 2011
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This is an example of why it's often unfair to the manufacturer to have this type of review forum. People happy with the product have little motivation to write positive reviews, and those unhappy are just looking for a place to vent.

I usually fall into the "happy but no written review" category, but in this case I thought the negative reviews were so unfair that Panasonic deserved someonento stick up for this product.

I ordered with Amazon local delivery at 5:00pm on a Saturday and the camera arrived the next day (Sunday) at 4:00pm. Set-up took all of 5 minutes. The picture quality was great. We tried Skyping with my wife's computer in the next room, with Skype on my iPhone, and with some friends on a PC in China. Every call went off flawlessly and the huge picture displayed on the 50" screen gave a whole new dimension to the Skype experience.

Those complaining that Skype doesn't work with Mac and Linux should take it up with Skype, not Panasonic. And those complaining that it only works with recent versions of Skype should learn how to take 90 seconds and click "update." The only more lubricious complaint I've seen recently was a lady who gave a rocking chair a 1-star review because she rocked too far and damaged her wall. (Didn't think to test the range before placing the chair??)

Anyway, great camera, great product. Sound, video, and functionality are top notch. I'll definitely buy more Panasonic products in the future.
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