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Whether you’re an aspiring streamer, have a Skype interview coming up, or simply have friends abroad you want to keep in touch with, you’ll probably need a webcam at some point.
Unfortunately, when building a gaming PC, a webcam tends to be that component you only realize you’re missing after you need it.
Anything cheaper will come with a distracting drop in quality, anything more expensive and you won’t notice enough of an improvement until you start shooting photos or video with a proper camera.
The Logitech c920, and Logitech cameras in general, are really top-notch, but that quality comes at a premium that not everybody wants to pay.
The Microsoft Life Cam Studio is only cheaper but looks significantly worse, while the Logitech c930e has better, but comparable, video quality with a higher FOV and costs nearly more.
Time and time again, the c920 impressed me not just for the quality of its image in ideal conditions, but its consistent quality in all settings.
I looked small in the frame when sitting at my desk, and when I scaled down to the traditional “facecam” size in the corner of a stream, the wide-angle was a drawback rather than a feature.
But, again, a solution came in Logitech’s webcam software, which made it easy for me to digitally zoom in and adjust the frame size without a noticeable drop in quality.
All you have to do is look to see the difference in the c920’s picture quality.
It has 1080p resolution with a large FOV, a sharp image, and a wide angle making everything about its picture look more camera than webcam.
High fidelity cameras are expensive to make, and the generic $5 cameras that litter Amazon and Newegg are simply not worth it.