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Logitech StreamCam Review

There are a ton of webcams out there that work extraordinary for streamers and substance makers, however there aren't numerous that attention solely on this group. We've seen the Razer Kiyo enter the space with a committed ring light, yet it's fairly massive and constrained to 30 edges for each second (fps) at 1080p. Presently, Logitech has spiced things up with the StreamCam, which, while coming up short on a ring light, figures out how to do a ton right when joined with a devoted programming experience focused on content makers and streamers.
Logi StreamCam

With the StreamCam, Logitech guarantees a webcam that packs a suite of programming devices and highlights that intrigue to makers who are simply beginning. Generally, it conveys on that guarantee helpfully, with certain provisos. We should investigate.

The Logitech StreamCam completely epitomizes what content makers need in a webcam, and it does it easily. That, however it looks great while doing it. The plan and highlights of the camera are what sparkle here.

The StreamCam is made of a plastic shell that feels entirely strong. On the front, you'll discover a weaved texture finish around the focal point of the camera, with a Logi logo and somewhat light in one corner that tells you when the camera is on. The StreamCam leaves the case appended to a mount intended to fit behind a showcase, but on the other hand there's an elective tripod mount that you can use to get various points.

The StreamCam utilizes USB-C "to guarantee greatest video move speed and quality," Logitech says. I'm a major supporter for the entire business moving to USB-C, so this was something worth being thankful for to see. It additionally guarantees Logitech can concentrate on firmly tuning the camera's exhibition for one association type.

The camera itself underpins a few edge rates, however the enormous attract is its capacity to run at 1080p at 60fps. This outcomes in staggeringly smooth execution, which can improve the quality regardless of what kind of substance you produce. That is joined with a 78-degree field of view, which I felt was an extraordinary center ground, however I can comprehend if some might want to see something more extensive.

With its base specs, the StreamCam is a dependable webcam, yet the product experience is the place it begins to get great. For this audit, I utilized a beta adaptation of the Logitech Capture programming with extraordinary highlights worked for StreamCam. In any case, the experience felt cleaned with a lot of cool highlights for streamers.

At the point when matched with Logitech Capture, the StreamCam is a substance creation machine. The product brings shrewd auto-center and introduction, alongside auto-confining, utilizing a touch of AI to keep your face looking great and focused consequently. There's likewise electronic picture adjustment, which can slaughter minor camera shakes on the off chance that you happen to knock your work area while recording or gushing.

One of my preferred highlights is full help for 1080p vertical video. The camera can be effectively pivoted on its mount to flip to a vertical direction, and Logitech Capture naturally perceives this and modifies. This is extraordinary in case you're delivering committed substance for Instagram or Facebook stories, where it's predominantly expended on telephones. This worked extraordinary in my testing, and I can see it turning into a tremendous arrangement for any individual who has an online life following.

Where Logitech Capture is especially fun is with its help for numerous camera inputs. You can consolidate takes care of from various cameras (two StreamCams, maybe) with a few diverse picture-in-picture or picture-by-picture directions to browse. For any individual who does hands-on YouTube instructional exercises, for instance, this could get significant, with the capacity to have one camera concentrated all over while another mounted on a tripod catches whatever you're taking a shot at.

Great looks and insightful highlights make StreamCam an appealing bundle for makers.

There are such a large number of highlights in Logitech Capture to cover, however there's bounty for content makers to like. You can get to a lot of various channels, modify framerates somewhere in the range of 24fps to 60fps, and spare profiles to get to later. You likewise have manual controls for things like introduction and center, alongside scene progress impacts, custom content overlays, and that's only the tip of the iceberg.

By and large, Logitech has done a ton of work here to make beginning with spilling or general substance creation a lot simpler. The Logitech Capture programming is anything but difficult to utilize, and it's reasonable what each setting does. Also, it brings down the hindrance for any individual who needs to figure out how to utilize things like picture-in-picture and content overlays. Joined with help in OBS (Open Broadcaster Software) and XSplit, the StreamCam is a strong pick for anybody beginning with gushing.

My one significant problem with the Logitech StreamCam has impacts on of its feature highlights. On the off chance that you physically set the camera to catch at 1080p and 60fps, the introduction drops significantly. That is typical for all cameras, as the shade is open for a large portion of the measure of time contrasted with 30fps. In any case, it's significant in case you're going to run at 60fps in poor lighting.

Fortunately, there is and choice in Logitech Capture to organize introduction over framerate. On the off chance that you set the camera to 60fps at 1080p, at that point empower this alternative, the presentation bounce back to typical levels.

Another territory that could utilize some tuning is with the mic. I don't anticipate that webcam receivers should be stunning, and it's decent that Logitech included help for sound system and double mono sound here. Be that as it may, you'll presumably need to put resources into a quality headset or increasingly proficient mic arrangement in case you're hoping to create top notch content.

While I love the default to USB-C here, it merits remembering whether you're utilizing a more established PC without help for the association. Logitech says you can utilize a USB-C to USB-A dongle, yet it can't ensure the StreamCam will work at its maximum capacity. While it is pleasant to remember a connector for the container, Logitech says that it picked not to eliminate its natural effect. All things considered, if just a small amount of purchasers will utilize the connector, that is a ton of plastic that will in the end up in a landfill some place.

Despite the fact that this is a camera fundamentally planned for streamers, one eminent oversight is Windows Hello. It's a component that is available on the pricier 4K Logitech Brio, however it's missing here. Given the structure factor of the StreamCam, it's anything but difficult to perceive how an extra IR camera would have held back its ability to shine, yet it would have been a pleasant component to have.

At long last, there's the expense of the StreamCam to consider. In the wake of investing energy with it, I believe it merits the expense, however $170 is a great deal of cash. In case you're not kidding about beginning with delivering content for YouTube, of commencing your spilling vocation, at that point the entirety of the fancy odds and ends you get with the StreamCam merit the cash.

For whatever length of time that you can legitimize the cost, the Logitech StreamCam is about comparable to you can get in the webcam space. Some further developed streamers and makers may settle on a committed proficient camera. All things considered, the StreamCam offers a simple onramp for anybody simply beginning or who wouldn't like to drop a thousand dollars or more on a camera.

Great looks and amazing programming make StreamCam a charming bundle for makers. As somebody who has played with spilling, the StreamCam feels like the push that may get me to take the jump. In case you're in a comparable situation, the Logitech StreamCam is certainly worth a look.

Webcams are typically observed as a bit of hindsight. They're incorporated with almost every PC and tablet, and on the off chance that you need a devoted one, a lot of cheap choices are accessible. These won't give you the fresh, smooth video you have to support your livestreaming vocation, be that as it may. In view of that, the Logitech StreamCam gives all that you have to first class livestreaming for $169.99. With the capacity to record up to 1080p video at 60 casings for each second in representation, scene, or square directions, included screen and tripod stands, and an able programming bundle that lets you effectively change your video feed before you go live, it's an incredible asset for streamers that acquires our Editors' Choice.


The StreamCam is a square shaped camera in a dark or light dim that estimates 2.3 inches high, 1.9 inches wide, and 2.4 inches down, with a five-foot link ending in a USB-C plug. The front of the camera includes a texture spread with the Logitech logo on the base and a marker LED behind the texture in the upper right corner.

The camera fits on both of two included mounts with U-molded sections that hold it cozily by little bulges close the rear of the gadget. One mount is intended for screens and PC screens, with a plastic lip on the front and a flip-out arm on a firm pivot with a littler foot that flips out at the base. The little lip keeps the camera consistent on the top bezel of your screen, while the arm and foot support against the back. The other mount is a little tabletop tripod that lets you set up the StreamCam on any level surface.

Logi StreamCam

The StreamCam isolates totally from either mount, so you can switch between them, however so you can utilize the camera in your decision or direction. With the Logitech logo on the base of the front of the camera, it records in representation direction at up to 1,920 by 1,080 goals and 60 casings for each second. Turning the camera counterclockwise 90 degrees and putting it back on the mount puts the logo on the correct side, and lets it record 1080p60 video in scene direction. The StreamCam changes naturally relying upon how it's mounted.

Logitech Capture

You can utilize your preferred account and gushing programming, similar to Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) and XSplit, with the StreamCam. You can likewise utilize Logitech's own Logitech Capture programming, which does not have the far reaching force and configurability of OBS or XSplit for recording or spilling, yet is a lot simpler to utilize and still gives a lot of adaptability. All the more critically, Logitech Capture additionally empowers a few accommodating highlights on the StreamCam, which is the reason you'll in all likelihood utilize both it and your account and gushing programming of decision.

Logitech understood this would be a reasonable use case, so Logitech Capture shows up as its own dynamic video feed when running, treating whatever scene you set up as simply like a webcam. Truth be told, in OBS and other programming, both the Logitech StreamCam and Logitech Capture show up as independent video sources, so you can pick between utilizing the crude video feed from the camera or the prepared feed from Logitech Capture.

Logitech Capture lets you change different account settings on the StreamCam, similar to goals (360p, 720p, or 1080p), outline rate (24, 25, 30, 50, or 60fps), and introduction and shading remedy. The product highlights flips for programmed center, white parity, picture adjustment (which crops the image a piece to forestall camera shake), and even programmed surrounding that tracks your face with an advanced zoom impact like the speaker-following element on the Facebook Portal. Anyway you set up the image, that is the thing that OBS, XSplit, or some other catch programming will check whether you use Logitech Capture as a source rather than the StreamCam itself.

Logitech Capture supports recording all alone, and even has some basic scene designs like picture-in-picture and one next to the other with two sources. It can't communicate live to spilling administrations, however, and the choice of scenes and change impacts are minor. Consider Logitech Capture more as handling programming before you go live (or begin recording) with OBS or XSplit.


On the off chance that you need to record 1080p60 video, particularly with various projects running, you'll need a PC that can deal with it. My Samsung Notebook 7 Spin PC has an eighth-age Intel Core i5 CPU and 8GB of RAM, all that could possibly be needed by Logitech's framework necessities. It just has incorporated illustrations, notwithstanding, and video catch began to chug at 1080p60 with Logitech Capture and OBS open.

Logitech Capture cautioned me with an on-screen message about these exhibition issues when they began occurring. Changing to 720p60 tackled the issue, and I could record at that goals and casing rate with no issue on my unassuming PC. I likewise got reliable 1080p60 film with Logitech Capture running all alone and OBS shut. In the event that you plan on doing concentrated catch for your accounts and streams, ensure you have the equipment that can back it up.

Video recorded through the StreamCam looks great. Logitech Capture naturally set precise white parity, and the manual changes accessible let me fix presentation and shading issues in my gracelessly lit loft. 1080p60 video looks sharp and smooth, and the programmed confining component is useful for keeping your face based on the off chance that you proceed onward in the edge.

The StreamCam highlights two receivers for recording your voice in either mono or sound system. The in-camera mics are useful and delivered spotless, adjusted sound in my test accounts. They additionally got some encompassing clamor, similar to the squeaking of my seat as I moved on it.

In case you're not kidding about sound constancy in your streams, you should put resources into a different USB receiver and run the sound catch through that gadget, both to get the most ideal chronicle quality and to shut out encompassing commotion by utilizing a cardioid case. The StreamCam's mics are acceptable, yet you can make things much progressively proficient with increasingly specific equipment.

A Solid Streamer Starter Pack

The Logitech StreamCam is an adaptable, able webcam bundle. The camera produces fresh, smooth video at an assortment of goals, outline rates, and directions, with strong sound quality from its receivers. The included stream and tripod mounts give a lot of alternatives to recording at almost any point, and the Logitech Capture programming highlights a hearty choice of picture-tweaking apparatuses to consummate the feed before you send it live with OBS, XSplit, or some other programming. Its $170 cost is significantly higher than a large number of Logitech's different webcams, yet the additional choices, highlights, and frill make it well justified, despite all the trouble. In the event that you need to get increasingly genuine about spilling however would prefer not to put resources into proficient chronicle hardware, the LogitechStreamCam is an extremely engaging bundle and an Editors' Choice.


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