- Streaming camera
- Logitech 1080p Pro Stream Webcam for HD Video Streaming and Recording at 1080p 30FPS
Logitech 1080p Pro Stream Webcam for HD Video Streaming and Recording at 1080p 30FPS
- Webcamera specifically designed and optimized for professional quality video streaming on social gaming and entertainment sites like Twitch and YouTube
- Stream and record vibrant, true-to-life HD 1080p video at 30 frames per second or 720p at 30fps
- Full HD glass lens and premium autofocus deliver razor-sharp, clear video in consistent high definition while two built-in mics capture your voice in rich stereo audio
- Record clear videos even in dim or poorly backlit settings with automatic light correction
- Works with Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Mac OS X 10.9 or later, Chrome OS and Android 5.0 or above
|Attribute Name||Attribute Value|
|Standing screen display size||2.7 Inches|
|Rating||4 stars and up|
Ratings & Reviews
Reviewed on April 26, 2018
I just received this. I haven't used it much yet and there are already many other detailed product reviews. I wish to inform buyers of two issues I noticed right away. 1) The cord is SHORT SHORT SHORT. I own the much cheaper Logitech C615 webcam, which ships with a cord about a foot and a half longer than the cord on this unit. The only way I can actually use this cam is with a USB extension; and since USB extensions don't work very well with webcam unless they're powered, I have to use this unit with a $13 powered USB extension. If you are planning on using this camera more than a few feet away from your computer, you will need to buy a powered USB extension. 2) The C615 can be aimed up or down. If you are for example doing a presentation where you need to point the camera up at your face and then perhaps down at the floor, this camera DOES NOT DO THAT. The only way to get a full range of vertical motion with this camera is to mount it on a tripod that allows vertical motion. That's another $23 to $60 on Amazon for a tripod. So if you have a C615 and you want to "upgrade" your webcam, be aware that the C615 has a longer cord and a full range of vertical motion; and the 1080p Pro Stream does not. You have to spend an extra $13 for a powered USB extension and another $23-$60 or so for a tripod that tilts up and down. 3) As others have noted, this webcam does not swivel, whereas the C615 does. 4) The C615 folds up when not in use, protecting the lens. This unit folds up when not in use, leaving the lens exposed. So you need to buy an extra lens cover. Very poor product design in my opinion. Of course I'm sure it's a perfectly fine webcam, but it's hard to understand why Logitech downgraded the cable length and the vertical tilt of this supposedly better webcam. Most users will not encounter these problems if they have the cam close to the computer and don't need full vertical tilt. But if you do need these features and/or you are accustomed to the convenience of the C615, you will need to adapt and/or buy some additional gear. And if you want to protect your lens, you'll need to buy a lens cover.
Reviewed on February 16, 2022
Yeah...another mystery item on Amazon. My client provided a laptop locked down so I can't adjust camera settings through control panel in Windows. So their IT vendor suggested I buy a Logitech webcam which would have software they would accept to load onto the machine so I could make adjustments. But this item is some bastard thing Logitech put together with spare parts which lacks a model number or a link to software. And now Amazon makes you eat about 20% of the cost of a return. As a bonus the retail model of this, the C920S, is sold by Logitech on their site for less ($59.99 while I paid $64) WITH a privacy shutter, which I missed that this item lacked. I had to buy an aftermarket one for $7 plus tax. So no deal here by any means! I hope the 920s software works. Amazon is getting really problematic with returns. I am eating money if I run down to Kohl's to drop off a return so I have been eating the 20% on returns, but it is getting too prevalent. I might have to switch to Walmart.
Reviewed on January 12, 2021
I was worried after reading a review that a customer suspected this camera was a knockoff. I can confirm it is a legit logitech brand and it IS on their webside under the name "1080p Pro Stream". It has the new "Logi" which is from Logitech. "Logitech is ready for a major brand change, announcing a new label called Logi and a new logo with bold colors." -techtimes.com. I was able to plug and play on a macbook. I had go to the logitech support site and find the "Logi Capture" software available from the 1080p Pro Stream support page. From there I set the "Priority" setting to "exposure" rather than frame rate and I got a much brighter picture. I did an A/B comparison with my built-in FaceTime HD camera and the Logi has WAY better clarity, exposure, and versatility. It doesn't look as great as a DSLR with a webcam utility, but my DSLR overheats after 30 minute and has to shut off and turn back on and it's unprofessional in meetings. So this is the next best thing!
Reviewed on November 14, 2021
Great webcam. Clear audio and great visual. Has great adjustability up and down but does not pivot dude to side so when using two monitors the webcam often isn't facing me, it's facing where my monitor is pointed, usually past me a bit. I wish it would swivel side to side. That's my only complaint
Reviewed on January 08, 2021
To have a good picture w/ this web cam your room must be well lit. Even a decently lit room will produce a slight grainy video picture. Not very impressed. I purchased a $6 app from the Apple Store for my iPhone, installed another app on my laptop and my iPhone is now the BEST web cam EVER (as well as easily portable). EpocCam Pro is the app. The logitech camera was easy to setup. Basically plug-n-play and some software that comes with the webcam that allows you to do some stuff and configure settings. Pretty straight-forward stuff. Not worth $95 though. I would say $45 to $50 would be what it is worth to me.
Reviewed on January 10, 2021
So, I set this camera up and I'm extremely pleased with plugged it in and it automatically connected. I downloaded the Logitech G Hub and it automatically recognized it. I'm pleased with the camera and I'll buy more Logitech equipment. I also purchased the K740 Keyboard that came with the logi mouse and paid $35 for the pair. This was a good deal and I'm very pleased as stated. I really don't know why some people are saying other things about this camera. One cool thing is that it lights up blue around the camera when it's on.
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