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Logitech C505 720p HD Webcam for PC / Mac - £29.99 (free click & collect / delivered) @ Currys PC World
Posted 11 h, 39 m agoPosted 11 h, 39 m ago
Also available via Currys on Ebay High quality calls The Logitech C505 HD Webcam is a great option for video calls. With an HD 720p resolution at 30 fps, your image will be s… Read more

I wish someone would build a 1080p webcam with the same field of view as the C270 and better lowlight. Since working from home, this is the only camera that does not show my family wandering in the background. Am I the only one asking for it?


1 - The C505 has a "long range omni-directional microphone" 2 - The C505 has a longer cable (almost 7ft opposed to 6ft on Live cam / 5ft on C270 cam) 3 - The C505 looks to have better compatibility with Windows 10 over the C270 (there have been reports of the C270 causing BSOD in Windows 10. I guess it`s due to older drivers that Logitech no longer supports with this Camera) On the other hand the C270 can be had for £24.99 and is on par with the C505 for picture quality plus has the addition of a noise reduction feature. The Creative Lab Live V2 cam has a better picture quality with 1080p opposed to 720p of the C505 & C270 all at 30 fps. The Live also has Dual Microphones. The cable length is 6 feet. The Live also includes a privacy cover. It can be had for a little more, £38.24 on Amazon right now with a 15% voucher applied. Hope this helps :)


How does this compare to Logitech C270 and Creative Live?

Logitech C920 HD Pro Webcam £59.99 at Amazon
Posted 21 h, 22 m agoPosted 21 h, 22 m ago
Logitech C920 HD Pro Webcam, Full HD 1080p/30fps Video Calling, Clear Stereo Audio, HD Light Correction, Works with Skype, Zoom, FaceTime, Hangouts, PC/Mac/Laptop/Macbook/Tablet - … Read more

Personally think you're better off unplugging it, which loses the microphone as well.


Still can't believe I bought this for under £30 a few years ago. Great camera, would pay £50


A couple of times they were nearer £25 two years back on Amazon.


I suppose, it's just the fact that these are OK for most people. And are way better than most laptop cameras. And for better quality you will need a bigger sensor, bigger lens. And it will be something like GOPRO 9, or a mirrorless camera. Much better quality, but device itself is bigger as well


Hence why they're called "logi-tech" (cheeky)

LOGITECH C922 Pro Stream Full HD Webcam £62.99 @ Currys PC World
Posted 30th JulPosted 30th Jul
Make web calls in Full HD Next time you make a video call to your friends and family you can do so in clear high definition with the Logitech C922 Pro Stream Full HD Webcam . Yo… Read more

I do the same. Trying to find a suitable mount for my iPhone with the quadlock case. I know they do a camera style mount, but can't think of any way to mount it on my VESA mounted monitor.


Never understood why it seems to only support iOS ? Using a phone is ok. Yes it's way better than a webcam but you have remember to start the app and connect it to the app on your pc. Sometimes I forget to sort it before work, or forget to plug the phone in and it's flat. The list goes on (:I


Positives: colour accuracy Negatives: dose not autofocus - constantly drifts in video calls / low light performane sucks / low resolution Was released in 2016 and has not held the test of time. You get better frame rate out of a potato (lol) Instead take an old phone, install EpocCam (now owned by Elgato/Crucial) and you have an infinitely superior wireless webcam for £3 I love Logitech mice and keyboards and won’t use anything else they just can’t do cameras.


If you would prefer a privacy filter the C920s model is available for a similar price

Creative Live! Cam Sync 1080p Full HD Wide-angle USB Webcam, £24.99 Sold by Creative Labs (Europe) and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Posted 30th JulPosted 30th Jul
Good price for this decent webcam from Amazon. Overview Enhance your online meetings with the Creative Live! Cam Sync 1080p, which delivers full HD videos at 30 FPS, so you can … Read more

just arrived, what a difference, put both my Logitech C270 and this next to each other, vast improvement in clarity, well worth it, recommended.


Would this make me millions on fansonly?


This should be a good upgrade from your built in webcam. But also consider v2, which does have discounts that appear.


Not bad webcam for a price, we using them in the office. Found that mic on it is on a low side,video more like 720p, not 1080. Prefer Logitech C920, which I use at home. Perfect picture, microphones are brilliant and reliable too-using it for past 5 years without any problems.


Same here. But no one has ever mentioned quality of my cam or microphone, and most colleagues use their built in laptop, which are poor sometimes. So worth really upgrading unless you can make use of both :/ ? Voted hot though as a good deal. That's what this site is about. Stay safe everyone.

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Razer Kiyo Pro - USB streaming camera with high-performance light sensor and stand (webcam, FHD video 1080p, 60 FPS, HDR) £84.95 @ Amazon
Posted 26th JulPosted 26th Jul
Nice drop on this camera High-performance adaptive light sensor: The webcam is driven by a larger Type 1/2.8 ultra-sensitive CMOS sensor with STARVIS* technology that adapts to… Read more

Nice to know if the update has fixed the focus issues?


Have you updated the firmware as that fixes focus issues


Most people will use fixed focus, as they are Sat in a fixed position


Was this on the latest firmware?


After a couple days of very sporadic uses, my personal thoughts are: Pros - picture is pretty sharp, once Synapse installed it was pretty easy to plug and play. Cons - it does get quite warm to touch, the autofocus is really quite bad (it goes blurry almost every time I move more than a couple inches), at 60fps 1080p without HDR the picture whilst sharp can be a bit washed out. Thanks for posting OP, I think I'll probably return it but I now know I do want a higher quality webcam!

Lenovo 500 FHD Windows Hello Webcam Privacy Shutter USB-C 1080p (No Microphone), £26.99 delivered at Lenovo Edu, £27.99 delivered at Lenovo
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Posted 24th JulPosted 24th Jul
Good offer for a Windows Hello webcam at Lenovo Flash Sale. £26.99 delivered at the Lenovo Education Store £27.99 delivered at the Lenovo Store (Currently £48 at Amazon ) N… Read more

Looked like a good offer. Thanks @chachatrain


It's not much better than a laptop cam, tbh. Only two reasons to get this are that it can be positioned better when you're working at a desk, and it is one of the cheapest hello cams by far. Lenovo have been selling this at this price on and off for a while and iirc, you can find it listed on their site under two prices with exactly the same details, only a slight change to the product code. Its likely that the more expensive is a slight revision that has better quality.


Not just cheap to mainstream laptops. Linus shows for example the evolution of the expensive Dell XPS laptop series (~ £2000) from old bottom chin-nose cam (more space, better quality) to the newer gen top bezel mounted cam (less space, worth quality). The Dell Latitude series that you mention are business laptops of which some models place less emphasis on "more beautiful" slim/no-bezel design. Although if you see the latest 2020/2021 models, Dell is applying more and more the XPS-beauty design to the Latitude business and Precision workstation series, too.


You're right, as long as we speak about cheap to mainstream laptops. But on bussines laptops they can do a very good job with the Windows Hello IR, FHD web-cams, white LED for face recognition etc. My Dell 7490 has a very good web-cam, wide camera, decent microphones. Incomparable with the one that came 3 years later, on my new Legion 5. I had a Dell 7577 which had a low quality web-cam too, 720p on a 2050 Euros laptop, but I guess that's the target for manufacturers, to create niche selling points.


Thanks. Can you explain more? The description, photos and reviews on the Lenovo website all mention the physical privacy shutter switch.