A strong but expensive feature set that lacks broad appeal.
The Elecom 4K Webcam is positioned like a budget alternative to other 4K contenders, but at $150, it’s still far too expensive for the quality you get.
With a built-in Intel processor, the Opal C1 is an expensive and niche device that nonetheless heralds an exciting future for webcams as a whole.
The Movo WebMic HD Pro is a more-than-serviceable hybrid of a 1080p webcam and a desktop condenser microphone. But its unusual shape makes it awkward to mount.
The eMeet Jupiter webcam is your typical jank camera from a small company you’ve barely heard of, but it’s not priced to match.
This camera’s specs seem impressive for a $35 device, but it doesn’t live up to 2K expectations in practice.
Microsoft’s latest webcam finally beats the reigning mid-budget webcam, the Logitech C920, in price and fidelity.
The Anker PowerConf C300 is more expensive than standards like the Logitech C920, but easily justifies that price through features like multiple fields of view, HDR and 60 fps recording.
The Konftel Cam 10 shines in poorly lit or overexposed rooms, but doesn’t justify its over $100 price point in optimal lighting.
Redragon’s GW800 Hitman webcam doesn’t quite live up to the company’s reputation of premium-feeling budget products.
AverMedia’s attempting to branch out from hardcore streaming accesories into more mainstream gear with the PW310P, but it’s priced too high to make its subpar image quality worth it.
The Razer Kiyo Pro might lose the original Kiyo’s ring light, but it also introduces plenty of new features that will make a very specific type of content creator’s life easier.
Office equipment company ClearOne is stepping into the budget webcam ring with the Unite 10, but the value still isn’t quite right here.
This Logitech C920-like webcam has a wider field of view and warmer photos than the original, but is also less versatile and more expensive.