Yeah, it's kinda hard to say until you actually see them.
I bought a webcam for the same purpose for about $100 but the quality wasn't anywhere near good enough. I ended up using my old
Hitachi VM-e625LA Camcorder and plugging into the computer through the video input.
Even then though, I realized that I wasn't getting good enough quality & had to spend money on lighting and Adobe Premiere so I could do a decent job of editing them.
Again though, the ones I've got online right now aren't going to be considered good enough for the upgraded quality we're going for in the next couple of years . So I'll probably be looking at getting a decent digital camera myself and redoing everything from scratch.