Logitech for Creators StreamCam Premium Webcam for Streaming and Content Creation, Full HD 1080p 60 fps, Premium Glass Lens, Smart Auto-Focus, for PC/Mac – Graphite

Regular price $310.75

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SKU: E-32293

Category: Streaming camera, New Arrivals, Featured Product

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Estimated Delivery : September 29 - October 04

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  • Full HD 1080p at 60 fps — Stream and record in full 1080p HD resolution at 60 fps for sharp, natural video with smooth motion.
  • Premium Glass Lens with Smart Auto-Focus — Capture vibrant, true-to-life image quality with crisp details using StreamCam’s premium glass lens and smart auto-focus system.
  • Auto-Framing and Intelligent Exposure—Auto-framing keeps you in the center of the shot, even as you move left or right, while intelligent exposure ensures you look good in varying lighting conditions.
  • Optimized for Popular Live Streaming Software — Effortlessly stream to Twitch, YouTube and more using popular live streaming software like Open Broadcaster Software (OBS), XSplit and Streamlabs OBS.
  • Versatile Mounting Options — Achieve the perfect framing with landscape or portrait modes and mount on your monitor or directly on a standard tripod.
  • Fast USB-C Connection — High-bandwidth USB-C connection ensures stable and reliable HD video quality for your streams and videos.
  • Enhanced Control with Logitech Capture Software — Combine StreamCam with the included Logitech Capture software to unlock powerful features that automate focus exposure and more.

Product Attributes:

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

Ratings & Reviews

Reviewed on July 05, 2022
* Outstanding quality images * Fast autofocus * 70mm minimum focus distance for close up images * cable is a bit short * cable is USB type-C so you'll need an adapter for older PCs that have USB type-A plugs The camera is excellent. Picture quality is great even in low light. It will focus even very close; I measured the auto focus minimum working distance at 70mm. I wanted a good streaming camera for work that also could focus close enough to share close ups of my I.D. or other documents for online verifications. The cable is a bit short and is a USB type-C connector. Many older PCs have just USB2 and USB3 type-A connectors so you'll need an adapter if you don't have any (or many) USB type-C ports. The USB C is required if you want to take advantage of the fastest frame rates at full HD resolution though. There is no privacy shutter. Sure, there's a light that tells you when the camera is on but in today's world of hackers, I'd rather have a physical closure. I taped a piece of plastic to the top of the camera and flip it up and down as a homemade privacy shield. It was easy enough to correct.
Reviewed on September 11, 2022
This is a really good camera. It should be pointed out that video quality is a combination of camera quality, computer quality and software used. When you have all three, you get good quality video. I am using this for pre-recorded videos and will be using it for live streaming. I am very happy with it. I can highly recommend this camera.
Reviewed on August 08, 2022
This camera does a great job for recording, streaming and video conferencing. The software suite has quite a lot of features. The Bad: the cord is one meter long and is a 'captive' cord. You have to move up to the much more expensive Logitech model for a cam with a port that will allow for longer cords. So if you need a longer cord with this camera you will need to spend the money on a high-quality 'active' USB-C extnder.
Reviewed on September 19, 2022
I been running it for 2 weeks so far I’m pretty happy only area on improvement would be to capture more area.
Reviewed on September 01, 2022
A surprisingly good webcam!
Reviewed on August 03, 2022
It is always on. Logitech and Windows both take agency from the consumer by removing on/off toggling in the software. The OS has permissions settings, but relying on permissions instead of on/off functions is both trying to force camera installations in people's homes and is otherwise spitting in the face of teaching young people how to use devices. I assume Windows and Logitech blame each other, but both of them seemed to have "missed" the basic functionality to respect and educate a smart generation. If someone doesn't care that the camera is on, then so be it, but trying to hide on/off toggling (it is also a hassle, but it is hidden first), is seething weird. What we have instead, is two companies who have tried to create a camera setup that goes out of its way to be unintuitive to turn off. There is no reason to exclude an on/off switch in LogiTune, and Windows sound settings. Logitech would be correct to say that Windows should have kept a "disable" feature or that the permissions settings do not make sense and are tedious. Windows would be correct to say that LogiTune should have an on/off setting for the hardware. Both companies seem to desire that the "fallout" of their "fighting" is increased cameras in people's homes.
Reviewed on August 20, 2022
I use this for work on an M1 MacBook Pro for Zoom meetings. It does everything I want it to without any adapters or dongles. Goes straight into USB-c.
Reviewed on May 13, 2022
The auto focus is slow and unresponsive, the auto exposure is too bright at times, and the default white balance and colors are way off. Worst of all there is no dedicated software for this camera, you have to adjust all camera settings in OBS (or any streaming software of your choice), so you are locked in to the terrible default settings of this camera if you set it as the source for a live chatting application such as Discord. There is an application from Logitech themselves called, Logitech Capture, that has settings available for the camera, but unfortunately (and this is a case by case basis but very common on my motherboard (asus maximus xi hero) the camera WILL NOT allow 60fps when plugged directly into the USB C port on the io of the motherboard. The camera says it requires USB 3.0 or higher for 60fps. And all my sources say that the USB C port on my motherboard is 3.2 (the standard). I've read some places that it's a power issue and plugging into a USB c on your graphics card works (I don't have one on mine so can't do that) I've read that a USB C to A adapter works as well. Whatever the case may be, bottom line is that this camera is a marketing cash grab. Don't get me wrong, it works fine (after a couple hours of settings tweak and turning off all the auto BS that barely works) but it's just an "ok" product. Definitely better options out there for the money but unfortunately I'm on somewhat of a budget and can't explore those options yet. Should've done more research