Logitech's C920 has been around for almost a decade, yet it remains one of the Best Webcams in 2021, due to its budget price, high image quality and solid microphone. Back in 2020, the C920 was harder to find in stock than a giant pallet of toilet paper and was consequently marked up way above its MSRP. However, now you can find it and its siblings, the C922 and C920S, on sale.
Easy to mount on a laptop or monitor, the C920 series features a fantastic 78-degree field of view, making it the ideal choice for video conferencing if you want . Though not quite as accurate as those found on expensive competitors like the Dell UltraSharp Webcam, the C920's sensor offers great low light performance while capturing video in 1080p and stills at 15MP. Its built-in dual microphone is capable of capturing stereo audio while offering solid noise cancellation.
The original Logitech C920 captures video at 30 fps while the nearly-identical C922 Pro ups the ante to 60 fps at 720p for streamers and throws in a tripod. The C920S is the same as the C920 but comes with a privacy shutter. The C920X is identical to the C920 but comes with a three-month trial of X-Split streaming software. This holiday season, we're tracking all the savings on Logitech C900 series webcams below.
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Logitech C922x Pro Stream Webcam: was $99, now $74 at Amazon
The C922x is an HD webcam, recording in 1080p. It captures images with an fps of 60. It connects via USB with a 5-foot long cable and comes with a 1-year warranty from Logitech.
Logitech StreamCam: was $169, now $129 at Amazon
This is a more premium webcam built for streamers. While not 4K like the Brio, it can do FHD @ 60 fps footage, which is more than enough for most streaming services. You can also flip it to shoot vertically by just physically rotating the camera.
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