1080P Webcam with Ring Light and Tripod, papalook PA552 Full HD Streaming Web Camera with Dual Microphones, Plug and Play USB Webcam for PC Mac Laptop Desktop, Zoom Skype Facetime Video Conference

Regular price $135.80

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SKU: E-16884

Category: Streaming camera, New Arrivals, Featured Product

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Estimated Delivery : September 29 - October 04

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  • 3-Level Adjustable Touch Fill Light: Built-in high-quality fill light can be controlled by the touch switch at the bottom of the webcam. 3 brightness levels at low, medium and high to adjust the fill light and achieve ideal vividness in a dim lighting environment. Besides, a webcam with light will give us a favorable calibration of adequate ambient lighting conditions
  • FHD 1080p Webcam with Fixed Focus: The streaming webcam comes with 1080p Full HD, up to high definition 1920 x 1080p resolution at 30fps. Compared with a 720p webcam, this 1080p web camera can get a clearer video experience at fixed distances. Perfect for Gaming, Streaming, Recording, Conferencing, Video Calling, Online Teaching, Zoom, Teams, Skype, OBS, Twitch, Facebook, YouTube, Xbox one
  • 2 Built-in Noise-Cancelling Microphones: This pc webcam has 2 built-in omnidirectional microphones applying with voice intelligent noise reduction processing, picking up our voice within 5-10m and filtering out background noise for barrier-free communication, which enables us to enjoy clearer voice for smoother conversations
  • Flexible Web Camera and Tripod Stand: papalook streamcam has 75° narrow-angle lens, 90° vertically up and down base, and 360° horizontally rotating base, we can adjust the angle of the web camera at will when we are video recording. Also, we can place the webcam anywhere we want with the included adjustable tripod stand and 6.5ft long USB cable
  • USB Plug-n-Play and Wide Compatibility: The webcam with microphone for desktop supports USB plug and play, easy to use, no other driver or software is required. The web camera also supports live streaming on social gaming & entertainment sites, such as Twitch, Skype, Youtube, Xsplit, Mixe, Vlogging, and is universally compatible with Windows XP/7/8/10/11, Mac OS, Linux, Chrome OS, Ubuntu Version

Product Attributes:

Attribute NameAttribute Value
Product Dimensions2.4 x 1.97 x 2.44 inches
Item Weight4.8 ounces
Item model numberPA-PA552
Is Discontinued By ManufacturerNo
Date First AvailableJuly 28, 2020
AvailabilityIn Stock
Rating4 stars and up

Ratings & Reviews

Reviewed on December 20, 2020
Camera works great! Love the ring light feature, it is very bright so it works perfect in all types of settings. Obvious it's a small light so it can only do so much with lighting. I've seen some reviews complaining that it's not bright enough in a pitch dark room & I don't think it's meant to be. It's small but bright enough for you to be visible on camera. I'm giving this 4 out of 5 stars because as other people have commented, there is a very slight wiring high pitch noise that you can hear on video playback. I mainly use this camera for work meetings on Zoom & my coworkers have told me the video quality is great and they can see me clearly but not sure if the noise is heard when you're using the cam live. My niece used my camera to record a project for her music class, and when playing back the video you can clearly hear the high pitch noise. It's minimal but for someone like me who notices the small details it definitely bothered me and was not happy about the video playback quality. Other than that the camera is great, has a long cord giving you enough length to mount the camera wherever you'd like. The grip is easy to apply to any monitor or laptop screen but it does take some time getting used to it. Overall I recommend for teens or for adults who plan to use this just for webcamming. If you're looking for high end quality video playback, look somewhere else.
Reviewed on October 24, 2020
The media could not be loaded. I tested this camera on Windows 10 and Mac laptops and it seems to work well in both cases. It has normal looking field of view, with minimal distortions on the edges, good auto white balance. I am uploading a sample video recorded using Windows 10 default Camera app. As you can see on the screenshot, it appears that the camera produces 24 fps and not 30 fps as declared (Camera app settings are 1080p 30 fps in both cases). The microphone sounded very muffled for me on both computers when tested in Skype. Built-in microphone on Mac was much clearer/louder with all the gain settings being on auto in both cases. You will definitely need to use an external or built-in microphone with this camera. The light with 3 brightness settings (cycling upon each touch from off-1-2-3-off) is a nice gimmick but probably not very practical since it makes it harder to look at the screen on levels 2-3 and washes out colors a bit. If you don't have any overhead light at all, I suppose it will work for your night video calls if you are ok with tolerating the light in your face/eyes. PS: I've also compared this camera with Aoozi 1080P HD Webcam and this one is much better in comparison.
Reviewed on October 07, 2020
This webcam is certainly better than the one that's built in to most computers, including the expensive Apple Macbook Pro that I'm using. But so are lots of other webcams that cost half as much as this one, here at Amazon. Is the PAPALOOK worth its price? For me, no. It uses excessive smoothing, that makes the face complexion look a bit phony. To understand the effect I'm trying to describe, imagine an older individual wants to look young again and has a mediocre plastic surgery face job. The effect is not quite as harsh as I've made it sound, but it's noticeable - for me, and for the other family members in my household. I also have a Logitech C615 (normally $40 or $60, but very hard to find during the pandemic). The PAPALOOK seems to be a bit higher resolution and less grainy, but also more unnatural looking - at least for faces. For the room decor behind me, the PAPALOOK is marginally better than the Logitech. Some people are giving the PAPALOOK webcam rave reviews, and their opinions are no less valid than mine. But for me, the PAPALOOK isn't enough of an improvement over alternative options to justify spending $80 + tax. So I'm sending mine back.
Reviewed on December 10, 2020
Most digital cameras produce horrible images of people. You have to have all kinds of equipment to make a photograph look good - a dark but not black background is essential. This web camera which transmitting to the internet, produces an image which is softened,. It cannot frame a face well, no camera can do that. The camera operator is responsible for that - the photographer or cinematographer has the skill to aim the camera on a person's face. But look at the online interviews during the pandemic on the major networks. The interviewees are using low definition web cameras and softening of their face image, even if it means having fuzziness to some extent. I think that they are using this device. Finally, I chose this after buying a high def digital online web camera, returning it and then I read the NYTimes review of web cameras, which showed samples, and the last reviewed was this one. The image was the best of many competitor's web camera images.
Reviewed on August 14, 2020
I really liked this webcam the first day I used it, I wanted a camera that was not wide-angle and the lighting was a very nice touch. However, on the second day the picture started glitching out on me and no matter what I did, I could not get it to work properly again. Very disappointed, I am sending it back today. I am giving it two stars, because if it had continued to work properly I would have loved it. Update: the seller saw my review and sent me a new camera to try, and I experienced the same issue. However, I then moved it to my personal computer, and it is working fine. I’m not sure why but my work setup, which is a Dell laptop utilizing a docking station with two external monitors, does not appear to work well with it. My personal laptop (Lenovo) seems to be working just fine, though. I am keeping the camera and plan to use it with the Lenovo, which had the camera stop working on me last year.