1080p Webcam-Web Camera with Microphone, Akyta 110 Degree Wide Angle Full HD Webcam, Plug and Play, USB Camera for Computer Mac Desktop PC Video Streaming/Calling/Skype/YouTube/Zoom Conference

Regular price $62.27

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SKU: E-27016

Category: Streaming camera, New Arrivals, Featured Product

Shipping : Free (USA only)

Estimated Delivery : September 29 - October 04

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  • 1080P webcam: You can get clear image and record video at 1080p /30fps in well-lit environment, be more clear than 720P, this webcam ships with privacy cover, protect your privacy behind laptop and computer
  • Akyta Computer camera supply 110 degree field of view, ideal for catching up with family and friends,& also ideal webcam for conference, Fixed focused lens inside, with Automatic low light correction, produce a more true-to-life look even in dim light, 【but not recommend when intense light on face】
  • Webcam with Microphone: Computer Camera with built-in microphone, filter out unwanted background noise, and picks up your voice clearly
  • USB Webcam Plug and Play, Free-driver Installation, Connect the web camera to any USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 port. widely compatible with Zoom, Twitch, OBS, Skype, Facebook Live, XSplit, etc. Easy to make video calling/recording/streaming
  • External Webcam, with long usb cable 5.9ft, USB camera for computer/Laptop/desktop PC, Works with: Windows 7/8/10/11, Mac, Linux, Chromebook. Webcam with screw mount, ships with a mini tripod, let you have more options, screw clip-on PC camera webcam onto the tripod

Product Attributes:

Attribute NameAttribute Value
Standing screen display size2.7 Inches
AvailabilityIn Stock
Rating4 stars and up

Ratings & Reviews

Reviewed on March 04, 2020
I purchased this camera mainly to use with Skype. After reading the reviews I was torn on what to expect but I have to admit, It is a lot better than I thought it was going to be. Packaging was adequate. Not to overdone but still protected the device while in transit and my UPS guy isn't always the most gentle with my packages. Honestly, I don't really care about packaging as long as it gets the product to me undamaged. This one did fine. The setup was simple. I plugged it into my Windows 10 computer, the computer recognized it was a camera, found a compatible driver, installed it and poof! It worked first time right out of the box. My wife and I play a weekly Dungeons and Dragons game with friends on the other side of the country over skype. This camera provides a crystal clear picture of the room allowing us to be seen which greatly enhances the game. The part I was most worried about though is the built in microphone. You see, we have three kids ages 9, 8 and 3. We also have three dogs and a cat. Our house is a constant cacophony of sound. The TV blaring, Dogs barking, kids screaming and fighting, doors slamming, cat singing us the song of his people... How well will the built in Mic work so that we can talk through skype from wherever we happen to be in the room with the typical noise of a wild and crazy house in the background. The answer is, very well. Yes the mic pics up the dogs and kids and doors and TV's and screaming and meowing when it makes it into the computer room but as long as they keep it out of the room we are using skype in it is very bearable. It has not interrupted the game yet. It is sensitive enough that I can sit at my computer desk at the far end of the 10 by 17 foot room, speak at a normal volume and be heard but not so sensitive as to pick up the TV blaring in the living room. Overall, I am happy with this aspect. Overall, I rated this camera 5 stars across the board and that is not something I normally do. Read a few of my reviews on Yelp and Amazon and you will discover I have no problem telling a company, or their customers, when a product or service sucks. This particular product does not suck. For the price, I would call it very, very good.
Reviewed on August 11, 2020
I needed a webcam for school and work, seeing as most things are now online. This webcam is pretty decent quality considering how cheap it is in comparison to name brands like Logitech. Specifically with Zoom, if you disable HD video the picture is tighter but the quality isn't all that different and it's not too bad. There is some fish-eye effect when HD video is enabled but it is truly 1080p. It also does not overheat, if that is a concern of yours. After a two hour Zoom call, the webcam was barely warm to the touch. Pros: The webcam itself, the lens cover, and the tripod all do their intended jobs... nothing outstanding or above average, which is why it is good enough. There's a green light that tells you when the camera is on and a red light indicating if the camera is being powered. Cons: The microphone sucks but that is to be expected from a webcam. The lens cover blocks the lower corners of the lens. To combat this I didn't stick the lens cover to the camera like the directions say to do. I just the cover it rest on the lens and take it off completely when the camera is in use.
Reviewed on July 21, 2022
Perfect camera for my school zoom meetings.
Reviewed on June 23, 2022
While streaming video via either Zoom or MS Teams, the video image frequently freezes. It has to be reset in order to restore video. The actual image quality is very grainy as well.
Reviewed on October 15, 2020
I bought this Akyta A1 webcam based on glowing reviews on Amazon and YouTube, which talked about the camera's 1080HD picture and outstanding performance in low light conditions. At first, I was indeed impressed with this webcam based on those factors, but the color was always off - desaturated, wrong white balance. I didn't think much of it because I figured I could just tinker with lights and other factors to get the perfect video. Sadly, it never happened. I tried everything to make this webcam work. I adjusted the placement of the lights, tried different temperature lights, used different kinds of diffusion, used a webcam settings app, used it with and without a green screen. My skin was always pinkish, the background was desaturated, and there was visual noise on my body. It's unfortunate that the color balance on this camera is so bad, because the picture is otherwise crisp and sharp, and it truly is outstanding in low light. I ended up replacing this webcam a Logitech C925e. It was flawless out of the box, before tinkering with anything. I was reminded yet again that you get what you pay for. If you are on a tight budget and don't care about the color issue I described, this Akyta A1 is a good camera for the money. It's good for Zoom meetings, etc. However, if you want superior quality, for vlogging, YouTube, etc. save up a little more money and go with a proven camera.