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Rating 4.5 out of 5 stars with 380 reviews

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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Webcam with Great Software

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    Pros mentioned:
    Picture quality, Set up, Software
    Cons mentioned:
    Price

    The StreamCam is an excellent webcam and probably the best webcam Logitech has right now (with the possible exception of the Brio). The overall image quality and microphone improvements over the C922 that I have been using were pretty minor, but the extra software features and versatility of mounting give you enough extra stuff that I think the step is justified if you need it. In the box you get: The webcam A monitor mount A tripod with a detachable adapter The webcam itself is quite a bit larger than the C922 or any other webcam I’ve used in the past, but it mounts my monitor firmly and, though it gets close, the mount doesn’t protrude into the screen. If you have a laptop or monitor with very thin bezels it may be something you have to deal with. It can be positioned in the standard horizontal orientation or be turned vertically by opening up the clamp and it’s fairly easy to do without completely disturbing your setup. It should be noted that the USB connection on the camera is USB-C 3.1; if you don’t have a USB-C port on your PC there is no adapter in the box, so you would need to get a USB-C to USB-A adapter. Getting the webcam setup was really easy; it automatically prompted me to download the software when I connected it and it installed in a few minutes. The software is well laid out and makes it easy to make adjustments to the webcam controls and recording quality. It also lets you setup recording from multiple sources like other other displays or even other webcams, which is really handy. You can also overlay text and borders to your video feed. Video quality is excellent - the image is sharp and the autofocus works well. I wouldn’t say it’s leaps and bounds over the C922, but I did prefer the exposure control in the StreamCam over the C922 and you get 1080p/60 recording/streaming, which the C922 is not capable of. The microphone quality is good, but not great. I found the dual mono setting to have the best quality to me; stereo made my voice sound far away and background noise was much more noticable. It’s fine for video calls, but I would definitely recommend pairing it with a USB microphone like the Blue Yeti. The price is on the high side for a webcam, but if you know what you want it for I think you do get a good amount of value for the money, especially for streaming.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Camera for working from home.

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    I needed a camera for work meetings, as well as creating content. This was a fantastic choice. I hooked this up to my Desktop PC. It's a bit pricey, but has been rock solid. Remember that it is a USB-C out, not USB-A. I bought a USB-C card, and there were driver issues. I was more successful with a USB-C female-USB-A Male adapter. Should've gone that route before installing the card. I'd buy it again, and recommend it.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Logitech
      Posted .

      Hey Vic!
      Really happy to hear that you've had a good experience with your StreamCam Plus, especially in these work from home times we find ourselves in. This is good knowledge for us to have that the adapter worked more seamlessly for you than the card, thanks for sharing that! If you haven't already done so, make sure to download the free Logitech Capture software for your StreamCam Plus to enhance that experience.
      -Jonathan from Logitech

  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Amazing streaming Camera

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    Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, For streaming, Picture quality

    This Webcam is smart through the AI to track your face, HD crystal clear, and easy to setup. Logitech has generously equipped it with a tripod stand for standing up mode and mounting clip. In my case, I have used the tripod stand because my monitor is curved and kind of being jiggled when mounted, but tripod saved me! in terms of quality, the camera is crystal clear embedded into a plate is covered with cloth to give high-quality finish and look. Cam offers vertical video in which you can rotate the camera 90 to switch to portrait mode, an option to choose recording source, broadcast to media and all of that via Logitech Capture software. Software is simple to use and has a friendly interface, in addition, to control sound and mic and customize aspect ration and recording resolution.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Solid webcam upgrade

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    I'd been using a Microsoft Lifecam from 2010 for webcam needs - with the pandemic and work from home, it was time to upgrade. I no longer have autofocus hunting and the image quality from the new camera is markedly improved over my previous model. The 1/4 20 adapter included is quite useful - I've used a clamp-pod to hang the cam from my desk lamp.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    nice webcam

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    pretty cool i connected with my macbook pro works really well it replaced my builtin webcam i put it on top of my monitor so i can use my macbook with big screen and facetime works perfecly compatible

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    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Logitech
      Posted .

      Hi Dan the Man,
      Thank you for your five-star review! It is greatly appreciated. Continue to enjoy your device. If you ever need assistance, please contact Logitech Support on the website.
      LaShonda from Logitech

  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Stream On

    Posted .
    Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, For streaming, Picture quality
    Cons mentioned:
    Price

    After receiving the Logitech StreamCam Plus and going over the features and seeing the brilliant design and build I knew the StreamCam Plus was built for the Serious Streamer. When you open the box the first impression is quality, that comes with USB-C 3.1 cable along with monitor mount and tripod. Mounting hardware works exceptionally well, tripod and mounting brackets are well thought out and sturdy. Impressed. HD 1080P video sans 4K support is a slight let down for the price, however the main audience is streamers so this can be overlooked. The big pro is 60 fps recording, smooth video without stuttering. The AI-driven facial tracking, smart autofocus, and exposure works very well and ensures that you always look your best. Full HD Vertical video support is way cool, simply turn the camera for enhanced viewing on smartphones. The built-in microphone sounds good, but it picks up undesirable sounds. Using our Blue Yeti microphone when streaming works amazingly well with the StreamCam Plus. Good Stuff: - Picture quality - 1080p/60fps = videos that pop - Ease of use - Lowlight performance - Sharpness with abundance of detail - Facial tracking - Designed for the Media Creators o Video Conferencing o Live Stream Gaming o Video Chatting Bottomline, the Logitech StreamCam Plus is an amazing camera for streaming with advanced improvements over the previous generation.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Super High-Quality Professional Streaming Camera

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    Pros mentioned:
    For streaming, Picture quality, Software

    The STREAMCAM PLUS camera by Logitech is an excellent Full 1080P, 60 FPS streaming camera that is ideal for YouTube streaming, video logs, video conferencing, or any other application for a webcam. This review will be done in 3 parts – features, usage impressions, and pros/cons: Features: The features of this Camera are very thorough. The camera is capable of video streaming at many resolutions and FPS settings including Full HD of 1080P at 60 FPS. The camera is capable of either landscape or Portrait orientations at these resolutions. The camera also includes Smart video features that include AI-based Facial tracking and auto focusing features. The camera comes with two mounting options – one intended for use with the included mini-tripod and one for use in mounting the camera to a screen. Both mounts allow the camera to be mounted in either landscape or portrait modes. The camera is a USB 3.1 type C device and as such requires that connector type to be used; although it might be able to be run via an adapter that adapts a USB 3.1 type B to type C – I have not tested this. The final part of this equation is the recommended and free to download Logitech Capture software to enable the capture of video. Usage Impressions: The video and audio quality of this camera are top-notch. I recorded multiple videos using it in the two modes and each capture was of great quality. You can see this in the phots that are included in this review. The included Logitech capture software is full of features and captures video well. I also tested the camera with Camtasia and the Zoom video conferencing software with no issues and the autofocus and tracking capabilities worked well as did some automatic lighting adjustments that occurred as I moved in the video. One of the best features is the monitor mount that comes with the system. This mount is extremely versatile, it has adjustments that allow it to securely mount to the screen and keep the camera level this is especially useful on the thin screen of a laptop as you can see in the image that shows this mount. For streamers, combining this device with a Blue Yeti X microphone yields and an incredible combination of video and audio capabilities. I was a little surprised to see that the Logitech G hub app that supports the Blue Yeti X microphone does not currently support this camera. Regardless the combination is a wonderful one. Pros: Video and Audio quality, Mounts and included tripod. Cons: The USB C requirement is a minor challenge for older systems but can be overcome.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    good stream camera to feel professional

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

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    good for my stream, i like using it as a security camera too

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    10 of 10!

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    Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.

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    I just fall in love with this camera, looks amazing for the price.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 3 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    7 years for this!

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    Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, For streaming, Set up

    The Logitech StreamCam Plus is a nice aesthetic update but that is as far as I will say. Using others in their lineup, I just cannot see why they released this camera. After all these years, this is what is released from Team Logitech? I would expect a superior upgrade in the camera department and better lowlight performance for all this time. Cell phone cameras are smaller and offer better quality which is a head-scratcher for me. Something of this sheer size should perform better in my opinion. Now… let's get to the real things. Design and Build. Logitech has been doing design well over the past few years and build quality is superb. It is made of gray highly durable plastic with a beautiful touch of fabric to blend with many other modern design languages in home devices today. Aesthetically, I like the modern design and build Logitech has put together here and the materials used follow suit with Apple, Google, and other company's use of fabric to spruce things up. It is designed to be used in portrait mode or landscape mode out of the box and provides a tripod for other options. Choosing to lock in 78° NOT 90° as field of view is a BIG FAIL for this. Streamers want a wide shot not a close-up. Ease of Use. Seamless and easy setup is the main takeaway for me here. I plug it in and it did everything else in less than 10 minutes. Software was loaded and I was ready to start recording. You can setup all the basics for streaming and very easy to use. It is a good starter kit software for a beginner streamer. Others will use OBS and other software which works fine with this camera. It focuses well and does a great job of tracking. The onboard audio mic is a hair above average, but a streamer will probably own a Blue mic to start anyways. Blue mics are great and make a good solid setup for any beginner out there. Functionality. This thing can get the job done in the streaming department with 60fps and also 50fps and 24fps as options to shoot 1080p. The flexibility of portrait and landscape modes is cool BUT, the USB-C is really not needed for webcams that only shoot 1080p with this quality. Many users will need an adapter but this is for newer machines I am guessing? There is the option to mount the webcam as a traditional monitor mount that also can become a flat platform if needed. You can also use the included tripod to have options when composing your shots. I am befuddled by the inclusion of optical image stabilization (OIS) since a streamer isn't walking around with their webcam, they are probably seated and talking or playing games. It makes the functionality talk nonetheless. Software. The Logitech Capture software automatically installed using my Windows 10 PC. A nice surprise for sure! I just plugged it in and in a few minutes it was up and running after a few clicks. There are some customizations you can make, but NOTHING like I would like. There isn't much finetuning afforded for this camera but it is manageable. Overall it is a good webcam but I am disappointed at the overall package delivered being that they've only as recently as three years ago came out with the webcam Brio and 7 years since the C930. It does not perform like a piece of tech that has a 7 year lead on research and development and really feels like a C930 with better cleaner glass in front of the sensor. I would recommend a C930 over this first if you are starting out. Using USB-C is a limiting choice, image quality isn't that much better, and FOV is NOT what we want. Color is off and showing more reddish and I am not a fan of the color science of this sensor. I really don't know who is streaming and asking for a camera like this. NO-GO for me!

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Impressive and Catered to Streamers

    Posted .
    Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, Set up, Software

    --- SETUP --- The setup of the Logitech StreamCam Plus Webcam is quick and simple. It only uses a non-detachable USB-C plug, so make sure your PC has such a port. Upon plugging it in, you will get prompted to download the software that allows you to customize it to your liking, which is simple to use in and of itself. --- FEATURES --- The key feature of this cam is its obvious focus on a gamer, streamer, or blogger user. It can capture full 1080P at 60 fps and face track your position. There’s auto-adjusts focus and exposure so that you can focus on other things such as your stream. This cam can also record vertically, like cellphones, and the included attachments make that an easy task. --- PERFORMANCE --- The performance of using this cam on OBS is excellent. I had recently purchased the game Blasphemous and I wanted to stream it with a FaceCam. This was just the incentive I needed to get that going. My viewers expressed how clear they could see my face and how smooth everything looked. Of course, you have to have a stable upstream internet with enough bandwidth to stream at 1080P 60. OBS can help you find that out through tools>autoconfiguration wizard before you buy the cam. OBS had no problem recognizing the camera and I was able to adjust the settings within OBS with ease. I used this in conjunction with the Blue Yeti X mic and there were no conflicts from either product. --- EXPECTATIONS --- The product exceeds my expectations. I don’t say that often, but not only is this camera easy to use and very customizable both, with software and with hardware (included tripod, and vertical mount), but it simply looks slick and modern. Compared to my older cam, this looks like a webcam of 2020 and beyond. It has easily replaced my older Logitech cam and this is now my at-home and traveling webcam, as it’s smaller and more compact because of it’s cube shape. Additionally, I love when companies know their target audience and add small conveniences that go a long way to making your product the difference between, “Well, it works,” and, “This is my new favorite!” I appreciate the included strap to secure the cable when traveling, the sturdy tripod with adjustable swivels, and the laptop/monitor attachment with many joints to get the right angle. Additionally, if you want to try XSplit, a 3 month code is included to try it out. --- VALUE --- The price for the webcam in terms of value is an investment that you won’t regret as a gamer and/or streamer. Even if you aren’t any of the aforementioned, this makes your image quality impressive for remote meetings. --- APPROVAL --- I highly recommend this product for gamers, streamers, or those looking to stream with a higher production value!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    The StreamCam Plus is sensational - well done Logi

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    Pros mentioned:
    For streaming, Picture quality, Software

    This is a versatile, high quality camera that may very well be the new baseline standard for streaming video content in 2020. Quite impressed in the first week of use, here's why: The Auto focus & Auto framing functionality is absolutely spectacular. I've tried to trick the camera in to focusing on my hands or an object, and it does a remarkable job of keeping the subjects face in focus. You can create different presets to change to focus mode if you prefer it to be fixed as well or to switch from streaming to meeting, etc. 1080p @ 60 fps makes for smooth & balanced production and beyond professional video quality...recorded or streamed live (I have only used it to go live on YouTube, and for a few Microsoft Teams meetings). Vertical video is a neat feature too. It seems with mobile content being such a huge thing, this format is growing more popular by the day. The camera has a built-in auto sensing switch to orient the image upright no matter which way you flip it. Built in mic - wow! Normally I'm gaming with my headset on which has a Blue Vo!ce microphone, but during a Teams meeting I used this camera video and switched to the built in StreamCam Plus mic. If you need to pick up audio from multiple sources, voices, etc, this stereo or mono mic will most certainly surprise you. I don't want to call it that special conference room quality name - but it's REALLY close, just not as sensitive. Comes included with a mini-tripod that is great for positioning on your desktop or other areas, as well as a clip for monitor mounting that is sturdy and can be used in a variety of ways. Also nice to a product using USB-C. Immediately upon plugging in to my Windows 10 Pro gaming rig, I was presented with a convenient prompt to download the Logitech Capture software. The software itself is great and does everything you need to present exceptional video. If I had to suggest something, it would be to maybe incorporate the capture software into the Logitech G Hub. Most of us already have that installed, and it would be nice to have everything in one spot. I also used the XSplit VCam that came as a trial and am having endless fun using the StreamCam Plus to superimpose me in to random video backgrounds from youtube, websites, or just image stills. I already used google earth to pull up my bus stop from years ago, and made a Snapchat for my old buddies that was an absolute hit. We will definitely be using this for our Christmas cards to put our family somewhere creative and imaginative!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Wishing for more connectivity.

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    Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, Picture quality
    Cons mentioned:
    Use with pc

    I wanted to start off with the bad because I believe this will effect many and should almost be considered a flaw. This camera only supports USB type C and does not come equipped to support USB type A. This is unfortunate because PC makers only just started using USB Type C (yes apple has used it for a few years). A camera this size and quality should have multiple options to connect to your devices. Yes you can get an adapter but with my experience with using a USB adapters and high quality devices such as video and audio there is always delays or errors. Anyway, to me who uses webcams all the time with different setting and different equipment, I would have liked to see adaptability especially in our current market where we have lighting ports, different USBS, WIFI, and Bluetooth. In the box you will get a tripod, two mounts (one for the pc and one for the tripod) and the camera with a pre-attached cord (the rope feeling one). The tripod is basic but perfect for what it is intended for. The camera has a super high quality feel and look. You can tell this is not your average Joe. It is larger so those on space saving mode or travel mode might need to look elsewhere but you might not get the same quality of video or build. The camera is plug and play ready. Once connected Logitech will take care of the process and all you have to do is start the download process. I like not having to go hunt for the software downloads. Once you are all download you are set. I love the smart auto focus feature. I have used cameras that only have no focus adjustments and ones with auto focus but they are usually lagged and take their time to find your face and adjust. They just cant compare to this camera which tracks your face AI. You stay clear in the picture which is a big help when you want great video quality. Video is excellent and is a solid 1080p quality. Do I wish it was 4k? Yes, but yet again it might not be worth it as it might sacrifice other things like autofocus or make the webcam even bigger. Overall, It’s a great solid 1080p camera that I will be using for gaming, streaming with other friends and many other uses. Its simple and excellent other than it needs more connectivity options.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Best Webcam I've used, big upgrade from the C922x

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    Owned for 3 months when reviewed.

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    Pros mentioned:
    Picture quality, Set up, Software

    Setup- Really easy to setup; you just attach the webcam to either the attachment that connects to a monitor or you just spin it onto the tripod, from their you download the Logitech Capture software and you can edit so many things how this webcam will look; so many useful features. Performance- The webcam comes with a 3 month code of xsplit which was a pretty cool program, but I preferred to stick with just the Logitech capture, then link that to streamlabs if your going to me streaming. Very clear picture everyone in zoom meeting asks me what camera I'm using, Also the 60 FPS is a great feature and makes your motion look a lot better; plus their a easy feature that lets you change to exposure mode if your in a not very lite room. Any Problems- I really haven't had any issues with this thing at all to be honest, only thing that might be a problem for some people is you need a usb c port in your pc to hook it up, also would be great if you were able to unplug the wire from the webcam, but its unfortunately not possible. Overall coming from the Logitech C922x this thing is a major upgrade, the quality is better and everyone can notice too! One thing is I wish I could of gotten the white version to go with my setup but the black version is good because it blends in with the bevel of the monitor so it doesn't distract you, also the black one comes with the tripod which is a plus Hope this helps someone :)

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    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Logitech
      Posted .

      Thank you for this very insightful and helpful review of the StreamCam Plus---your feedback is highly appreciated. If you haven't done so, I highly suggest that you use Logitech's Capture software. Here's a link  https://support.logi.com/hc/en-us/articles/360042746714-Download-Stub-Logitech-StreamCam. Capture lets you customize your video recordings with transition effects, filters, text overlays, colored borders and ChromaKey settings. You can also use Capture to adjust webcam settings, aspect ratio, recording resolution, and more. Hope that you found this helpful and that all is going well. Thank you for being a Logitech customer. - Richard from Logitech

  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Logitech For The Win!

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    Pros mentioned:
    Set up
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    For meetings, Zoom

    My new desk setup includes a Macbook Pro (in clamshell mode), a Magic Keyboard and a LG 34in. Ultra Wide monitor. The issue is when I have Zoom meetings I don't want to take my MB out of the dock. Enter in The Logitech StreamCam Plus Webcam. I'm now able to keep my MB in clamshell mode and participate in meetings!

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    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Logitech
      Posted .

      Hi Raynardo,
      Thank you for your five-star review! It is greatly appreciated. Continue to enjoy your device. If you ever need assistance, please contact Logitech Support on the website.
      LaShonda from Logitech

  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Quality Versatile Product

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    Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, For streaming, Picture quality

    I am really enjoying this new StreamCam Plus by Logitech. I've been using it in multiple applications to test its versatility. The main use is for streaming through Twitch since I enjoy gaming filtering/overlay through Streamlabs OBS. The 1080P along with the 60 FPS creates seamless video production for both gaming and business use. Doing videos for work projects has become much easier as well and also has a pretty decent mic pickup. I still use the Blue Yetti Mic for really finetuning the audio though, but not bad for an all in one stand-alone. It comes with a small tripod as well as mounts that you can set on any TV or monitor that you might own. I would definitely recommend this product if shopping for a new Stream Cam!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Stream Like A Boss

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    Pros mentioned:
    Set up
    Cons mentioned:
    Use with pc

    I've been making videos on online for some time and just recently got into streaming live videos on my computer( doing unboxings and movie reviews, but I've been using my phone or webcam on my PC and that has been hit or miss, for the most part. Since getting this Streamcam, things have just gotten super easy. It's pretty much a plug and play setup. Extremely easy to set up s long as you have the minimal PC requirements to do so. I really love the included tripod attachment. It makes it so I can put the cam just about anywhere and stream from different angles. You can stream in portrait or landscape modes. It has facial recognition and autofocus to keep you in the shot at any given time. It's got an embedded mic, just incase you don't already have an external mic. This thing is super cool. I'm really happy with it. I look forward to putting out more content online while using it. It's awesome and affordable. Put it in your cart. You wont regret it. As I tend to do on most of my reviews, here's a link to my full online review. Enjoy. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCri8jOfc3DzEWi0SFBxwScw?view_as=subscriber

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Almost perfect

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    Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.

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    Software
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    Zoom

    I picked this up to replace my prior pro model (but it was years old and only did SD resolution). The software is minimal to say the least (they have two promo software--but both are only 90 days (not the typical OEM light versions that still have value). The qualify and control was great using their app. The resolution was close to my DSL camera with Cam Link 4k. In fact, I was thinking of returning the Cam Link--except, when I tried to use the StreamCam in Skype, it would not allow me to adjust the zoom. The old version of Skype did. It wouldn't be a problem except the Logitech software that gave more controls would not load. It said the camera was in use by another application. So I was stuck with an image that was WAY too wide (beyond the width of my image (have a 60x40" image for calls behind me) and beyond the width of my huge greenscreen). I could not get it to zoom--so it was effectively useless. I also noticed that, unlike the prior Logitech software, I could not use the software to control the camera within OBS Studio. OBS had it's own controls, but not the same as the Logitech. In contrast, with the Cam Link 4k and my DSL I controlled the zoom with the physical lense--so I got exactly what I saw. So, very good camera, marginal software to control it within two popular applications. I haven't tried it in Zoom--if I have no camera controls there, then it won't work at all for what I paid for.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Really oddly branded. Decent camera.

    Posted .
    Pros mentioned:
    For streaming, Picture quality, Software
    Cons mentioned:
    Price, Tripod

    I replaced a Logitech C920 with this camera. I only mention this because it may be a pretty common case where you bought a C920 (or C922) as a webcam to stream with because it's pretty cheap and maybe now you're looking to upgrade. This camera costs almost 3 times as much as the C920 so it must be so much better, right?! Let's start with the positives. The picture quality of the camera is pretty nice. It should be for the price. I would never recommend using auto focus and auto white balance on the C920 but the StreamCam handles is incredibly well. Depending on your lighting, I found it very hard to really over expose my face with the StreamCam. You can use the Logitech Capture software to adjust details if you feel like you want to enhance your picture or tweak some values. I found the default setup to be pretty OK. I may tweak it a little here and there if I adjust some lighting conditions but the auto white balance improvement is really immense here. The ability to be able to capture 1080p at 60fps is also great if you're streaming at 60fps. I mentioned the Logitech Capture software. This software may be useful to you. You can use the Logitech Capture as a device as well so whatever picture the software gets will output to your streaming software like OBS. You can use it to add chroma key or simple overlays. I'd rather just use the Logitech Capture software to adjust settings and then keep using the actual device in OBS, though. One thing that either the camera is doing itself or the Logitech Capture software is doing in the background is the StreamCam actually saves settings between reboots! The C920 was notorious for resetting settings after your rebooted your computer and this feature alone almost makes it worth the steep price to me. Do I think the picture quality is worth triple the price? I'm torn. To me, I feel like it is. I've been streaming for a while and the only place to go from here would be a full, mirror-less DLSR camera which would cost me so much more. This was a good enough upgrade to my C920 for me with the picture improvements and not having to worry about verifying my settings every time I go live. I would have liked to see a larger field of view for this price but it's not the end of the world. If you're looking for a larger field of view, this isn't the camera for you. If you want a pretty good camera that will hopefully last you until you're ready to upgrade to the big time cameras AND you just have extra budget to blow, then I'd say go for it. But if you're just getting started and need something cheap that will look good enough, the C920 is still your best bet. My biggest real issue with this camera is the branding. It feels like a cash grab without any real research going into it. To me, it feels like Logitech knows absolutely nothing about streaming or they're focusing on streaming that can't really take advantage of this webcam anyways. To me, Logitech sees that streaming is becoming a more popular thing and that people are using their webcams for it so they just slapped the StreamCam title on it to try and sell it as a premium. I think this camera would be a must buy closer to the $100 price point, but it feels like Logitech jacked up the price to try and sell it to streamers as "THE" camera to use for streaming. The issue is, nothing about the camera is something a streamer wants or needs. Literally nothing aside from the image it creates is usable by a streamer. Some of the big features that this camera talks about are completely useless to streamers. Let's go over these real quick. 1. You can turn the camera sideways. The docking clip they have allow you to use the camera in landscape and portrait orientation. This isn't something I've ever seen in any streaming setup. The only thing I can think of for this is maybe mobile streaming setups... but you can't really do those with a webcam so it baffles me. A lot of their marketing material has a girl painting her face with the camera in portrait mode. It's great if you're going to film a short Instagram or Tik Tok video to post later, but that's not really called "streaming" anymore. 2. Image stabalization. Why? I don't understand this at all. The camera comes with two mounting options. It has the standard monitor mount that just hangs on the top of your monitor (a very stationary object) or a small tripod you can also mount the camera one.. Tripods are also very well known for being stationary. Not once have I EVER thought "Huh... Sure wish my webcam had some image stabalization. That would surely make my stream a lot better today." It's just another out of touch feature that probably could have been ditched to bring the price point down to something a little more reasonable. 3. Dual microphones with some noise cancelization. Face, meet palm. You know who uses the microphone in their webcam for streaming? No one. Exactly zero people. If you're thinking about buying this camera because of the microphone, please just buy a C920 and then get yourself a decent microphone for that extra $100. The single time I think someone might use a microphone built in their webcam is when grandma is using it to Skype their grandkids. Webcams should no longer contain microphones and any camera that states that it's made for "streamers" should be ditching the microphone to try and lower the price of the object because NO ONE is going to use it. I guess my final conclusion is that I was really excited to see a product that was being marketed towards streamers but I was immediately disappointed when I figured out that Logitech doesn't know what streamers are or do. So should you buy one? I'd say if you have a little bit of extra money burning a whole in your pocket and want a slight upgrade in picture quality on your stream, yes. Go for it. I think this camera is overpriced but without a lot of options filling in the $75-$150 range for webcams, this might be your best bet until you can afford a "real" camera. I wish Logitech would have talked to actual streamers and would have left out a lot of the useless features to make this a more affordable option. If it was closer to the $100 price range, I'd tell everyone to buy it as their first camera. As it is now, it's only an expensive camera you should buy if you really want to spend some extra money right now.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Smooth Videos

    Posted .
    Pros mentioned:
    Picture quality

    The output is silky smooth at 1080p 60Hz. Coming from a C922, I am pretty delighted to have these specs. The amount of ghosting at 30Hz caused me to keep my settings at 720p 60Hz. Not anymore! The camera is very good at keeping your face as the focal point of the feed because it actually tracks it throughout. Exposures seem pretty good; I didn’t see a reason to talk negatively about it otherwise. I rarely use the microphone for audio pickup, but I did give it a try. It is decent, but you’re better off grabbing a dedicated mic. I think most content creators/streamers will have their dedicated mics or mics built into their headphones. The camera can be mounted above the monitor, just like the other Logi webcams, and it also comes with a tripod. I just mount it above my monitor; if I did buy another one, I’d probably use the tripod to point it at my foot pedals or steering wheel when I’m running my G920 or something like that. There is a vertical mount option for vertical videos, but I probably won’t ever use it in that orientation. I think the most surprising part about this webcam is its choice to go USB-C. To my surprise, I did not have a single USB-C port on my PC. Wow, what a reality check there. What was more surprising was it didn’t come with a USB-A adapter. So if you’re like me, you’ll have to find one yourself. Which brings me to the topic of USB 3.1 Gen 1. The webcam supports this newer protocol as stated on the box, but it turns out that it is just a rebadging of USB 3.0. I’m pretty sure most of us are at least in 3.0 land. So when you’re looking for an adapter to USB-A, just find the USB 3.0 version and the webcam will work just fine. Once plugged in, the Logi Capture software will automatically install. You know, it's pretty darn good for video recording with knobs to tweak your video output, but you can’t actually stream right out of it. You have to use OBS or something similar and select 'Logi Capture' as your Video Capture device. I dunno, it’s kinda redundant to me considering you can select the StreamCam itself. If I’m being honest...I’ll probably stick to Streamlabs OBS for both content recording and streaming. But I didn’t grab this for the software. I wanted Full HD at 60Hz and it delivers.

    I would recommend this to a friend