Zoom Certified, NexiGo N940P 2K Zoomable Webcam with Remote and Software Controls | Sony Starvis Sensor | 1080P@ 60FPS | 3X Zoom in | Dual Stereo Microphone, for Zoom/Skype/Teams/Webex (Black)

Regular price $247.52

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SKU: E-75165

Category: Streaming camera, New Arrivals, Featured Product

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Estimated Delivery : September 29 - October 04

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  • 【2K QHD 5 Megapixels Sony Starvis Sensor】Powered by a 2K (2560x1440, 30fps) QHD 5-megapixel Sony Starvis CMOS Sensor, the N940P captures bright and crisp video even in low light. It's perfect for work, conferencing, and streaming!
  • 【Remote with 3x Digital Zoom】 Control your video calls with a remote so even away from the desk you are still in charge. Turn off the webcam, adjust the volume, zoom in and out, mirror/flip your image, and more. With support for 3x digital magnification at 1080P@30fps, the NexiGo 2K webcam makes it possible to zoom in gradually with the single press of a button.
  • 【USB Type A or C & Privacy Cover Included】 The NexiGo webcam is compatible with USB-A as well as USB-C input ports when using the included USB-C adapter. A webcam privacy cover is also included to provide security and peace of mind.
  • 【AutoFocus & Built-in Noise Reduction Mic】The NexiGo N940P webcam uses high sensitivity autofocus technology to quickly capture and focus on any subject. The built-in noise-canceling mic reduces ambient noise to enhance the sound quality of your video.
  • 【Plug and Play Setup & Widely Compatible】Works with USB 2.0 or 3.0, no additional drivers required. You can directly enjoy the webcam in applications such as Skype and Zoom. Compatible with Windows XP/7/8/10/11, Mac OS 10.6, Linux 2.6.24, Chrome OS 29.0.1547 or above, Ubuntu Version 10.04 or above.

Product Attributes:

Attribute NameAttribute Value
Product Dimensions1.96 x 1.96 x 3.93 inches
Item Weight9.6 ounces
Country of OriginUSA
Date First AvailableMarch 26, 2021
AvailabilityIn Stock
Rating4 stars and up

Ratings & Reviews

Reviewed on October 28, 2021
As a creature of habit, it's very hard for me to try new things but one thing that was sorely missing from my older webcam (logitech) was the ability to focus on objects which drove me nuts every time I wanted to show something close up. After reading the reviews on this camera, I decided to give it a try and here's my experience. First off, I want to say the image quality on this camera is outstanding if you're using video conferencing programs like Zoom or Skype. However, I did notice at "full screen" the quality claiming to be 4K is very "noisy" or grainy even in plenty of light, which was a bit disappointing. I rarely do things full screen or in 4k, so it's not really a big deal. It is something you might want to be aware of though. Secondly, the zoom feature is OUTSTANDING. I love being able to adjust the view of the camera without touching it, via the remote control. It really is extremely useful for getting yourself perfectly framed, or making on the fly adjustments and being able to zoom in without having to show your messy living room or office like other fixed position "widescreen" webcams do, or touching the camera itself. While I don't need it, you could very easily perform a lecture from across the room and still appear close up on your conference videos, controlling your zoom or framing via the remote. I can't stress this enough, you absolutely NEED the remote to do any adjustments with this camera, even if you're just sitting in front of the computer. You also need to go into your "camera settings" on your computer (at least once) to get other features to work properly before you start doing any web conferences - DO follow the suggestions in the instruction booklet included with your product. It is very important you read the manual on how to properly set this thing up. Out of all the webcams out there, I'm very impressed with the features this one delivers, even if they're not quite worthy of five stars, which I'll get into next. Third, let's talk the autofocus. The autofocus does what it needs to, but I find it has trouble finding a spot to focus on if I don't put my hand behind whatever object I'm trying to show on camera (especially if it's shiny). Also, you have to hold the object fairly still and higher up for the camera to focus on it, which can make it harder to see what you're doing on screen. The autofocus is crisp and clear, when it works. It feels like it doesn't move with your camera view though, which is a shame. So if you're framing yourself in the middle, you still have to either obscure your face out of frame, or hold objects higher to get the camera to focus on them clearly. It does work, but it takes more effort than I would like. Set up was a breeze. Easy plug-in-play and as previously mentioned, make sure you follow the instructions. If a feature isn't working, it's probably not activated yet via your "camera settings" on your computer, outside of your conferencing program. The "privacy" lens is a bit of a joke. It's literally a tacky looking sticker you stick on the camera that has a little tab you can slide back and forth. Personally, I just leave my camera unplugged when not in use and call it a day. If privacy is important to you and you don't want to remember to unplug the camera after use, you may find the "lens cover" useful though. They give you an extra one as well. Lastly, the sound. Well, near as I can tell it's pretty good. I'm no audio expert, but thus far I haven't had any complaints and no one seems to hear me typing or doing other things and I don't have to lean in close to the mic for anyone to hear my voice in Zoom meetings. So I guess it works like any other webcam mic would and that's good enough for me. All in all, I'm very happy with this product. I wish some of these things could be better (thus four stars) but if you're willing to put up with a few little annoying adjustments, this camera will give you the flexibility you're searching for at a price that won't break the bank if you're serious about your webcam presentation.
Reviewed on September 16, 2022
This camera is much better than my old Logitech 920 , yet it only cost a little more. The leap in image quality is substantial , and I can bypass Logitech's buggy & awkward app. It really is just plug and play with no annoying problems. The remote , however, has been an annoying problem - the camera's not consistently responsive to it , with delays in the zoom, lateral & vertical/horizontal functions. I don't like that at all but I do like the camera itself.
Reviewed on September 15, 2022
i use this product to communicate with very important clients and it has to work without interruption and i am here to it passed its first job with flying colors. would recommend to anyone who uses conference calls on a regular basis's.
Reviewed on August 30, 2022
I added this camera in replacement of my last one, and has better features. Nice zoom features, with good audio and picture.
Reviewed on July 14, 2022
I tried setting the camera up first through a docking station & that was a mistake...ended up having to plug the camera into a c port on my laptop in order to get Windows to recognize...everything worked...The privacy protectors they send you are a joke, one use & the lens cover pops off...so difficult to get it to snap into the clip again
Reviewed on September 16, 2022
Seems like a great camera. The only problem is that the remote doesn't work well at all, even at very short distances. I returned the first camera thinking the remote had failed entirely, and I ordered another. The second functioned exactly the same--the remote works about 25% percent of the time. I tried all the classic methods of remote control troubleshooting--pointing directly/indirectly, holding it at various distances including right up next to the camera, pressing the buttons with various pressures and durations, trying all sorts of new batteries, praying fervently, faux swearing violently ... nothing seems to work. So I returned it and got another brand that's working great.
Reviewed on May 14, 2022
Purchased this camera because of the limited field of view. Webcam is used mainly for ZOOM conferences. No need for 100°+ field of view that makes objects and people smaller. This camera fits the need for this application. Disappointment was in the sound settings. Windows 10 found the camera and microphones and assigned them by default but level was very low and other attendees reported the sound was not good. Sent email to NexiGo and they provided links to Microsoft sound diagnositics and to NexiGo camera testing software utility. Now the microphone picks up 100% level from the top of the LCD monitor. So, the company, NexiGo stands behind their product with real technical support.
Reviewed on May 29, 2022
I like the N940P for it's versatility and simplicity. It is a basic webcam that gives good clear 1080P video and is rotatable. The remote control is easy to use and allows you to pan and zoom to position yourself nicely in the video frame. The Nexigo app has everything you need to optimize your lighting and color but I found that the “auto” setting gave me the best picture. (If you can spend about $100 more, the Nexigo N970P will give you the ultimate webcam experience.)