- Streaming camera
- OBSBOT Tiny PTZ 4K Webcam, AI Powered Framing & Autofocus, 4K Video Conference Camera with Dual Omni-Directional Microphones, Auto tracking with 2 axis gimbal,HDR,60 FPS,Low-Light Correction,Streaming
OBSBOT Tiny PTZ 4K Webcam, AI Powered Framing & Autofocus, 4K Video Conference Camera with Dual Omni-Directional Microphones, Auto tracking with 2 axis gimbal,HDR,60 FPS,Low-Light Correction,Streaming
- 4K Resolution,Better Details: With the same tiny size as OBSBOT Tiny, we integrated the best in class Sony 1/2.8'' sensor into the OBSBOT Tiny 4k, now has more pixels than ever, present crystal-clear video even when zoomed-in.
- AI-Trackig With Auto-Framing: OBSBOT Tiny 4K comes with our Next-Gen enhanced artificial intelligence trackig algorithm enabling it to lock on a person, no matter where you go, OBSBOT Tiny 4K will always follow you smoothly and precisely.
- Magical Gesture Control: Control OBSBOT Tiny 4K with just two simple gestures. Right hand or left hand, always work all day long.
- Look Great in Any Lights: Not just 4K Ultra HD, with the HDR and AI auto exposure, OBSBOT Tiny 4K provides a professional look in any bad lightings. No more wasting time in setting lights.
- Sounds Like A Pro: The dual omnidirectional microphone system with noise-reduction picks up your voice clearly in the range of 3 meters, making communication easy and natural for you.
|Attribute Name||Attribute Value|
|Item Weight||5.1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.52 x 2.28 x 2.28 inches|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Item model number||OWB-2015-CE|
|Special Features||Values: |
|Date First Available||December 2, 2021|
|Rating||4 stars and up|
Ratings & Reviews
Reviewed on February 17, 2022
So,... I have the HD version (centered), love the device. Figured I would add this 4K version to my rig to replace an older cam (on my right side). Plug and played... It worked out the box... BUT --- in OBS I started seeing flickering with my HD cam which never did that before? So beanie "on" and starting checking things out. Having the cam app already installed, I had already upgraded the 4K cam to the latest 220.127.116.11 firmware (software version 18.104.22.168). Naturally, did some power off/on moves. Nope...things got worse... "unknown USB device Descriptor Request Failed" message in Device Manager -- as the 4K cam was now basically gone? Did not expect that. Try some standard moves... no luck. The OSBOT could not see the 4K cam either. Figured I would go straight into "unacceptable" maneuvers to quickly confirm where the issue lay. Powered PC and both CAMs off. More quick combo's of trail and errors (limited) -- basically I deduced I had to get lucky ... connect the HD and 4K cameras initiated in some right combination for them to both be recognized per my set up. (HD Cam on USB 3.x; 4K Cam on USB-C/USB-C). As a note, this 4K Cam comes with a USB C to C connector; so that should work w/o me ever using a USB 3.x/2x connector that is not provided. There is also a UBS "power" connector -- but I am not using that. In my testing, my issues seems related to which USB intra-Mother board connector I used... If I connect using the pre-existing HD cam's cable (USB 3.x)... the 4K seems to plug-and-play properly (so far). However, If I use a USB-C to USB-C connecter --- the 4K cam seems to be recognized once at most -- and maybe at that -- but once is fails, it will not come back UNLESS, I move it to the 3.x connector (and it seems to also need to cool down --limited testing of that). This remains true when having only the 4K cam connected,... once it fails and reports as an unknown device, the only recovery seems to be to move it to a standard USB 3.x connection (which is not a provided for option). Not even a PC reboot fixed that which I really found curious and disturbing. Thus -- it could be a firmware issue (maybe based on my Asus 570-E MB, no 3rd party USB hubs are involved). Maybe I have a dud Cam? Maybe there is an inherent design issue in how the 4K camera device registers with the USB-C-C controllers based on some variable like power. I am hoping it's firmware... or at worst a dud -- as I am already an advocate of the device's functional quality and use-cases when it is working correct. Either FW or dude can be readily remediated... b/c the device is fairly awesome otherwise. I generally would not comment so deeply after one day of use, but the PC screen clip/mount looked/felted a but worn to me. I am very sensitive/keen to such matters -- and yes-- before NewEgg made recent headlines too. Maybe nothing, but figured I'd post my experience to-date as I am "bit" annoyed to have to go through these lengths BUT that "bit" is on the edge of "exponentially" annoyed if this was a returned device shipped as new... a few days ago, there was no Amazon inventory...and I was fine waiting... then it shows up as available... so I ordered one... I have founded concerns. I will update this review as things unfold. I am not inclined to doing product engineering and regression testing so tinker and observe before making another move -- just too long in the tooth (beanie off)... I do not find elongated testing fun any more. I just want a working device, plug-and-play, 100% of the specs targets.
5.0 out of 5 stars A $5 part broke an. HORRIBLE! Once Remo Tech got involved it was the best support ever.Reviewed on July 12, 2022
I used 3 times and the little plastic clamp that goes over the monitor part of the laptop just broke. i wasn't misusing or anything, it is just made out of very cheap plastic. And i am told by Amazon that I can't buy the replacement part, I need to spend another $270 for a new one because of a $5 part. Amazon didn't do anything for me, I tried contacting Osbot directly and no response. The seller Remo Tech contacted me and within an hour had the part coming my way free of charge although I had offered to pay. They had it shipped from China and I received it in days and not only one but they sent me two. The best support ever.
Reviewed on April 23, 2022
Currently bought a webcam that I thought would meet every satisfaction I want. First off Ill get the good out the way. It is a great price for a PZT cam compared to $800 to up to even $5000 for the actual makes and "high end" products. So for $300 and that feature was a steal. Picture quality out of the box is pretty decent with my LED lights, but with HDR on it turns some sharp angled areas into gain/noise or whatever the static pixels with offset colors. So HDR could use some work there but I think HDR and LED doesnt mix well. So I could benefit off the HDR probably in a more warm light environment but thats why I give it a 4 stars. Overall if youre gonna spend $150 on a streamcam then might as well spend $30 extra for a 1080p PZT. My 4K version is pretty alright with resolution playback, but I could be limted obviously with my 2440x1920 monitor that also has HDR.
Reviewed on August 06, 2022
It’s expensive because it’s the - best user-friendly - one of the best, and a true “camera” in web-camera - I’ve had two software upgrades in a month both introducing new/improved/fixed updates - A.I tracking is just really 4ucking cool and works great
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