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VID     PID     Chipset Type    Name                                        Notes

0x05CA  0x1803  R5U870  UVC     Flybook V5                                  
0x05CA  0x1810  R5U870  UVC     HP Pavilion Webcam                          
0x05CA  0x1812  Unknown UVC     HP Pavilion Webcam                          Used on HP Pavilion DV6502AU laptops. Apparently does not require ucode.
0x05CA  0x1830  R5U870  WDM     Sony Visual Communication Camera VGP-VCC2   Used on Sony VAIO SZ laptops.
0x05CA  0x1832  R5U870  WDM     Sony Visual Communication Camera VGP-VCC3   Used on Sony VAIO UX laptops.
0x05CA  0x1833  R5U870  WDM     Sony Visual Communication Camera VGP-VCC2   Used on Sony VAIO AR1 laptops.
0x05CA  0x1834  R5U870  WDM     Sony Visual Communication Camera VGP-VCC2   Used on Sony VAIO AR2 laptops.
0x05CA  0x1835  R5U870  UVC     Sony Visual Communication Camera VGP-VCC5   Used on Sony VAIO SZ laptops.
0x05CA  0x1836  R5U870  UVC     Sony Visual Communication Camera VGP-VCC4   Used on Sony VAIO FE laptops.
0x05CA  0x1837  R5U870  UVC     Sony Visual Communication Camera VGP-VCC4   Used on Sony VAIO FZ laptops. The camera is installed upside down.
0x05CA  0x1839  R5U870  UVC     Sony Visual Communication Camera VGP-VCC6   Used on Sony VAIO CR laptops.
0x05CA  0x183a  R5U870  UVC     Sony Visual Communication Camera VGP-VCC7   Used on Sony VAIO SZ and TZ11 laptops.
0x05CA  0x183b  R5U870  UVC     Sony Visual Communication Camera VGP-VCC8   Used on Sony VAIO FZ laptops.
0x05CA  0x183e  R5U870  UVC     Sony Visual Communication Camera VGP-VCC9   Used on Sony VAIO FZ laptops.
0x05CA  0x1841  R5U870  UVC     Fujitsu F01 / Fujitsu Lifebook U810                                 
0x05CA  0x1870  R5U870  WDM     HP Pavilion Webcam / HP Webcam 1000         VID/PID combination used by two distinct devices. dv1xxx appears to be
                                                                            the less common of the two. The only way to check the difference is to
                                                                            read the model number out via DMI. Not currently supported by loader.