- Streaming camera
- Logitech StreamCam, Live Streaming Webcam, Full 1080p HD 60fps Vertical Video, Smart auto Focus and Exposure, Dual Camera-Mount Versatility, with USB-C, for YouTube, Gaming Twitch, PC/Mac - White
Logitech StreamCam, Live Streaming Webcam, Full 1080p HD 60fps Vertical Video, Smart auto Focus and Exposure, Dual Camera-Mount Versatility, with USB-C, for YouTube, Gaming Twitch, PC/Mac - White
Ratings & Reviews
Reviewed on August 12, 2022
I purchased the camera because it supports 1920x1080 at 60 fps, something I need for video capture software development and image processing using Direct3D 11. The Amazon page mentions the only video format at 1080p for 60 fps is MJPEG, but it turns out that the camera supports 1080p at 60 fps with NV12 format. The fastest you can get with YUY2 format is 30 fps. Although I am pleased with the camera, I have a complaint about Logitech USB devices. I have a Logitech K850 keyboard and an M720 mouse that use a unifying receiver. I have to plug the receiver in a USB2 port, because if I plug it in a USB3 port, the receiver fails intermittently. I will be typing on the keyboard, but there is no response. The white-button "1" LED blinks as if the keyboard has to re-establish its connection with the receiver. When I additionally plug in the StreamCam (USB-C connection), the failures occur more frequently to the point that I have to unplug the camera in order to type on the keyboard. The same behavior happens if I plug in my Logitech Pro C9 camera, but the failures are less frequent. This behavior is not confined to a Microsoft Windows machine. The same problem occurs on my Ubuntu Linux machine. I keep hoping Logitech can solve this problem and fix it. I like the keyboard, mouse and both cameras, but constant plug/unplug of the camera just to be able to type slows down development.
Reviewed on July 22, 2022
This thing works great on default setting with auto brightness turned on in Zoom, on my M1 Mac Mini. It’s a bright, sharp image and I have had compliments from colleagues asking what kind of camera I have. They’re always surprised it’s not particularly expensive and I’m pleasantly surprised by the quality. I would love manual and fixed control of exposure and to lock the focus as it tends to wander (not often) but the Logitech max software crashes on startup on my M1 Mac. Once that works, 5 starrrs! Looks nice enough, too. I got the white one because it’s cheaper so it sticks out a bit on a black monitor, but I barely see it any more.
Reviewed on August 22, 2022
This seems to be the only option to clip to the top of your monitor and get vertical video. The camera unclips from the mount entirely so you can rotate it 90 degrees and put it back in. Works great and has a great picture.
Reviewed on March 20, 2021
The media could not be loaded. First, apologies that my video isn't the most amazing. I wanted to show some information on the camera that I couldn't find in current reviews on here, but I am not the best speaker. Day 1 Review (I will only update if something goes wrong): EXTREMELY disappointed to see that the camera is clearly used. If I wanted a used camera, I would have paid a cheaper price for a used one. The box was torn up, and everything inside was pretty dirty. The sticky bit that covered the camera was barely sticky and had dust and dirt completely underneath it. Be wary of the fact that I am very much not the only person who has reviewed this stating they clearly received a used product. The StreamCam itself. Fantastic. I do suggest downloading the Logitech Capture software to get the most out of the cam, although I only had to make very little adjustments. The only light I have directly on me is my monitor, and I feel the cam looks really good with and without a bright desktop. The built in microphone of the cam actually doesn't sound that bad if you needed to use it and I would compare it to some of the "cheaper end" gaming headsets I have bought. Overall, I am very satisfied with the camera itself, but I am absolutely peeved that I was sent used product. To be clear, this does not come with a tripod. This does not come with any sort of privacy cover either. Personally, I bought a stand that I can swivel and move around. In my video review, I have the camera right behind my monitor to give an idea of field of view.
Reviewed on April 03, 2022
I ignored some of the other reviews stating they had received a used unit, and took the risk. Sure enough, with the low price I paid, the unit came in looking used (still had all the packaging), but you could tell it wasn’t factory-sealed. The unit works fine and for the price I paid, it was still worth keeping, but not thrilled that I was deceived the listing as being in “new” condition. Just not upset enough to return it, and I use this daily for work… and for that, it works well. Owned a cheaper Logitech webcam that I was replacing, thinking this would be a big step up… well, that’s not the case, and I should have saved my money, but it looks cooler sitting on top of my monitor…
Reviewed on October 01, 2021
I work online teaching students and need a dependable and clear camera. I was excited when I saw the reviews on this one and thought it would be perfect for streaming. It’s not. Logitech can be great, but not this guy. I wanted something smaller that would fit both my ipad, computer, and laptop. Well, it fits. It doesn’t work with the ipad at all, even though it has the right connector. I had to buy a connector for the computer, and it worked with Windows, but the quality was bad. It was grainy and not clear. So, lesson learned. Small and expensive does not always equal quality. I just bought another Logitech C920. I love the wide angle it gives, and the picture quality is great. Of course, it doesn’t work with my ipad either, but eh.
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