A lot of people are "back in the office", but more workers are now based at home than before the lock-downs of the global pandemic so using a webcam for meetings and learning remains a must-have. The Logitech Brio 4K Webcam is now down to $139 at Amazon — that's a very good price for a 4K webcam that you can use for streaming on sites like YouTube or Twitch.
If you're looking to make a cheap PC build and need the foundations of a good budget AM4 socket motherboard, then this Gigabyte B450M DS3H WiFi AM4 Micro ATX is on sale for $59.
The second RTX 3070 price drop of this degree I've seen in the last week — we have the Zotac Gaming GeForce RTX 3070 Twin Edge OC discounted to $549, which is a big saving on a great high-end graphics card. Check out the GPU hierarchy for more information.
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TL;DR — Today’s Best Deals
- Logitech Brio 4K Webcam: was $199, now $139 at Amazon
- Gigabyte B450M DS3H WiFi AM4 Micro ATX Motherboard: was $94, now $59 at Newegg
- Zotac Gaming GeForce RTX 3070 Twin Edge OC LHR GPU: was $689, now $549 with code SSBT3Z26 at Newegg
- Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming 3 15.6-inch Gaming Laptop: was $999, now $749 at Micro Center
- Samsung M7 43-inch Smart Tizen 4K UHD Monitor: was $599, now $399 at Best Buy
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This camera is a huge disappointment. 4K support looks awful.Reply
Its ok, but the logitech video software that comes with it is shaky at best.Reply
giorgiog said:This camera is a huge disappointment. 4K support looks awful.
It's... a bit more complicated than that, it's a 4K camera with huge caveats, not by their own fault.
First off, it's a very wide angle camera by default, not preferred by many, and can only be changed by their software or some advanced video software, which brings me to the other issue, which is that 4K can only be supported by advanced video software, and not all of it supports switching the shot angle
I have not tried in Windows 11, but in older 10 versions, the operating system did not support 4K shooting or switching, and I don't think macOS's own photoboth does either.
I don't think this camera works well on linux either, so that's a warning.