Prog'z WebCamSpy is a lightweight Windows freebie that can be used to capture images from a connected webcam.
The program offers four different capture modes, as it follows: standard capture for those who want to take a single screen of the webcam, continuous capture, sequence capture and delayed capture.
Of course, each of these modes can be individually configured via the options screen, so it’s highly recommended to have a look in there too.
Prog'z WebCamSpy exports screenshots to JPG format and allows users to pick a name for each photo, as well as the output folder that shall be used for storing the screenshots.
Both the continuous and the sequence capture modes can be tweaked with user-defined delays between shots, but also with a dedicated number of photos that shall be taken.
The Tray icon and the hint caption can be modified too in order to keep the application away from unauthorized access, so the lack of a password-protection system is quite an important drawback.
The good thing is that Prog'z WebCamSpy runs on very low resources, regardless of the Windows version installed on your workstations.
As a conclusion, Prog'z WebCamSpy is an effective app created with a single goal in mind: take screenshots of any connected webcam. It can be safely installed by all user categories, but it lacks some important features that could appeal to more experienced users.