NexiGo Zoom Certified, N990 4K PTZ Zoomable Webcam, Video Conference Camera System with 5X Digital Zoom, Sony Starvis Sensor, Position Preset, Dual Stereo Mics, 2x3.5mm Audio Jacks for External Mics

Regular price $392.79

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SKU: E-11939

Category: Streaming camera, New Arrivals, Featured Product

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  • 【PTZ Camera with Position Preset 】Enhanced pan/tilt and zoom motor performance make moving from preset to preset smoother. Two cameras presets can save PTZ settings that smoothly transitions at a touch of a button. Pan: -170 to 170 degrees. Tilt: -35 to +85 degree.
  • 【Ultra HD 4K & 8.5 Megapixels】The NexiGo N990 webcam comes with an 8.5 Megapixel Sony sensor that features up to a 3840 x 2160 QHD resolution at 30 frames per second for crisper images and clearer videos.
  • 【Remote with 5X 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 5X digital zoom at 1080P, the NexiGo 4K webcam makes it possible to zoom in gradually with the single press of a button.
  • 【Dual Stereo Mics & Multi-installation Ways】Built-in dual stereo mics with noise cancellation ensure clear audio capture from every angle. Automatic low-light correction provides an ideal video even in dim lighting conditions. Wall-mounted and threaded base support multi-installation ways. 【Ports:】 2 X 3.5mm Audio Jack
  • 【Wide Compatibility】The NexiGo N990 webcam is compatible with many operating systems, including Windows 7/8/10/11, Mac OS, Android V5.0, Smart TV, and so many more. Perfect for Zoom, Skype, Facetime, Facebook, YouTube, Microsoft Teams, and any other popular video calling software.

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Attribute NameAttribute Value
AvailabilityIn Stock
Rating4 stars and up

Ratings & Reviews

Reviewed on June 23, 2022
I spent hundreds of dollars on webcams only to be disappointed. Ring lighting has helped but does not give me the picture quality I want. The first time I used this webcam people said "you have gotten some sun, look how tan you are!". This comment really hit home since I had not been in the sun. This camera was more true to skin tone than my other three webcams which tend to wash me out (NexiGo N940E, EMEET C980, or even my Logitech C922 Pro). It's the best quality I've experienced outside of using a DSLR camera. I've included screenshots at regular range and zoomed in for you to see the quality of the pictures. This webcam was easy to plug and play using just the basic features before needing to download the software for the advanced features. When I plugged it in, the camera seemed to wake up, and spun its head around like R2D2. At first, I thought something might be wrong, but then it settled with its lens on me ready to go to work. After using it for a day or two, I took the time to download the software and read the manual on how to use the remote. The software ended up being the same as the software I use for my NexiGo N940E, so I already had some experience using it. The remote was new though. It took me a while to figure out how to turn on the remote and use each feature. There are several reviews here that have mentioned problems with zooming in and out. I have found this works really well in the software, but once in a while can be a little glitchy on different online platforms. The remote doesn't seem compatible on certain platforms. I have a workaround I use. If I am feeling really picky about my zoom and focus points, I usually open up the software, set up my camera, and the settings remain true in the webinar platforms. The quality is so much more superior to my other cameras, I still gave it a 5-star rating overall. Pros *Works well in low light *Works well in front of a bright window *The remote gives me a lot of options *It has a lens cover *It tilts and pans *The zoom is excellent *Skin tone is spot on *Has a tripod mount Cons *Its bulky *I have to set it on something (like a stack of books or a big box) for the right placement *I haven't attached it to the wall because the IR is on the bottom of the camera - meaning the remote probably won't work with the wall mount *Might be too high a price for the average user *Learning curve needed to use the remote and camera settings *While the sound quality of the mic seems fine for the person listening to me, the audio level is too low for me sometimes. I tend to still wear a headset.
Reviewed on May 30, 2022
The additional features take this video conference camera to the next level. The Pros: Dual-position preset is intuitively easy to program. Zoom in to a specific location for the first preset, press and hold the location "1" button on the remote, and it's set. Do the same for the second location you wish to set. This can be great for at-home use or business conference room use. You can make it look like you have a separate cameraman operating the camera in switching between the two views in real-time and not involving a video mixing board or post-production. Of course, you can always spend thousands of dollars and have a video production setup, but most people don't need that complexity and expense. Although the camera has built-in dual stereo mics, it also has two 3.5mm audio jacks to attach additional microphones to the back of the base. Just imagine the usefulness of this for just a minute. Imagine that you want to make a YouTube video where you are interviewing someone, and you want crystal-clear sound from wireless lapel microphones connected to the conference camera. You can do it with this camera! This option alone may be the most significant selling point, but it's so easy to overlook in the description. I'm looking forward to exploring what I can do with audio connections. The Ultra HD 4K Sony Starvis camera sensor works great as usual. Of course, optical zoom can provide better clarity at the sacrifice of low-light sensitivity. The NexiGo N990 doesn't use optical zoom, but digital 5x zoom. Digital zoom works by basically cropping the 4k image down, and as a result, the image will pixelate a bit when fully zoomed in. Still, this camera has much better clarity for everyday video conference use than most video conference cameras out there. Can you get a higher-quality camera for video conference use? Of course, but it won't be easy to beat the price of the NexiGo N990. The Cons: The software had a conflict error with Microsoft .NET Framework on initial software installation on two different computers. One computer is running a currently updated version of Windows 10 Pro, and the other computer is running a currently updated version of Windows 11 Pro. This error didn't prevent the use of the software. Simply pressing the "Continue" button allowed the software to function correctly in all options I tested on both computers. I expect NexiGo will correct this software error in a future software update. Summary: The motor control of this camera is nearly silent. The camera has different mounting options for tabletop, wall, ceiling, or attached to a tripod. Even though most people can get by using a fixed mount camera, updating to a PTZ (movable) camera gives a professional look and feel to anyone on the other end of the video call. I like that a lot. So yes, I am happy with my purchase. If you value some of the things in my review, then this camera may be what you're looking for, as it was for me.
Reviewed on June 20, 2022
Overall, this a great product. The Zoom experience with this webcam versus the built-in camera or other cameras I've used is night and day. Love the ability to turn video on/off with button off of the remote. The ability to customize the view (make sure you download the desktop application) is great and I was able to get it exactly how i want it. Picture quality is superb! It is also cool that you can install in several different orientations. The one downside is that from time to time the audio gets messed up and i have to unplug and plug back into USB. It may be a combination of the dock station, PC, and the camera, but it is a bit annoying. Overall, I am very happy with this and can't imagine going back to basic cameras.