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Thanks for the response. Yes, I had that originally. Using the display object has the same problem.

Thanks for the response. Yes, I had that originally. Using the display object has the same problem.

The Logitech webcam (no model number on camera) is connected to a raspberry pi. The camera used to capture fine. I've now realized this problem started after I upgraded from the 2012-12-16-wheezy-raspbian.img to the 2013-02-09 image. I'll re-image my disk back to the 12-16 image and see if it works again.

Thanks for the response. Yes, I had that originally. Using the display object has the same problem.

The Logitech webcam (no model number on camera) is connected to a raspberry pi. The camera used to capture fine. I've now realized this problem started after I upgraded from the 2012-12-16-wheezy-raspbian.img to the 2013-02-09 image. I'll re-image my disk back to the 12-16 image and see if it works again.

OK, I re-imaged my disk back to 2012-12-16 and it works fine. Maybe there is some driver incompatibility between my webcam and the 02-09 image.