Logitech C922 Pro Stream Webcam, HD 1080p/30fps or HD 720p/60fps Hyperfast Streaming, Stereo Audio, HD light correction, Autofocus, For YouTube, Twitch, XSplit, PC/Mac/Laptop/Macbook/Tablet - Black
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You can use the C922 webcam for video calls with various applications such as Skype, Hangouts, and Facetime for Mac. Of course, there are some cameras that are a lot more exciting as well. They'll cost a bit more and have higher system requirements to get the full performance, though. The Logitech C920 is a great video webcam and will be more than enough for any streamer who can’t afford an ultra-professional production video camera. The legacy drivers still exist for the Logitech C920, so you don’t have to use the newest Logitech webcam software or have to rely on Logitech for their drivers.
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The other thing that might matter for some people is the Logitech C922’s webcam video’s ability to do 60 FPS at 720p. It’s a somewhat blurry “720p”, and the settings to make 60 FPS work are a bit obtuse (turning off all features in the camera settings, nothing on auto). You can use applications like Xsplit or OBS (Open Broadcaster Software) to stream your video feed live.
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It’s very hard not to argue that this is the webcam you should get if it is your first one before getting any professional quality video camera instead. The webcam itself is glass-fronted and framed by a pair of microphones for stereo sound. It measures 95mm wide, 44mm tall and 71mm deep, including the monitor mount which does not detach. The webcam weighs 162g.
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For a simply better video experience, Logitech's Brio webcam takes the C922 Pro Stream's specs and dials them up. It can handle 4K HDR video with a wide 90-degree field of view, or you're able to bump down to 1080p at 60fps. Switching resolutions also gives you different field of view options and the ability to digitally zoom and pan. The catch: this webcam is more expensive than the C922. We have been very impressed with the Logitech C922 Pro. Webcams simply don’t need 4K resolution (at least for now) and so Full HD is absolutely plenty. We can even see many buyers dropping down to 720p so they can make use of the smoother 60fps setting. Usefully, and unlike the more expensive Logitech Brio, the C922 Pro comes with a tripod. This screws into the webcam and is a great addition for if you want to position the camera away from your monitor – perhaps on a shelf, or at a lower angle on your desk.Microsoft's LifeCam Studio is a simpler but more affordable webcam that drops the exciting features for a straightforward offering. It just uses a single mic, and it doesn't support 60fps recording, but it will give you Full HD resolution at a lower price. If that's all you're after, this will do.