Some of the best webcams in the market

Ars Technica in one of their Articles, “Webcam buying guide: The Ars picks, from affordable to extravagant” has talked about some of the best webcam according to them in the market ranging from affordable options designed for the basics to feature-packed models that can cost hundreds.


Creative Live Cam Sync 1080p V2: $30 at Amazon

“The compact and ultra-light Creative Live Cam Sync V2 likely won’t be your go-to solution for high-quality streaming or recording, but it’s a good budget all-in-one buy at $30. For that low price, you still get a camera that shoots at a perfectly competent 1080p resolution at 30 frames per second (fps) and with a 77-degree field of view.” as said by Ars Technica.


NexiGo N930E: $48 at Amazon

“A decent upgrade from Creative Live budget webcam is our midrange pick, the NexiGo N930E, also a plug-and-play device. It shares the same 1080p resolution and 30 fps frame rate as our budget option, and it has a very similar 78-degree field of view. But the NexiGo model comes with a built-in adjustable ring light and a native app for video customization.” as said by Ars Technica.


Anker PowerConf C300: $129 at Amazon

“AnkerWork’s PowerConf 300 is a powerful webcam for most needs, from work calls to streaming. The image quality is good, and you can see it in almost all lighting scenarios—natural light, with an external ring light, or with no light.” as said by Ars Technica.


Elgato Facecam: $169 at Amazon

“Elgato’s Facecam is clear about its target audience: streamers and creators. But even if you don’t fall into one of those categories, it’s worth considering it for general use.” as said by Ars Technica.


AnkerWork B600 Video Bar: $140 at Amazon

“If you’re looking for an all-in-one work-from-home setup, Anker brings it to the table with its B600 Video Bar. This 2K web camera is expensive. However, it includes a built-in video light, a four-mic array, and even dual speakers. The difference between this device and lower-budget cameras is instantly noticeable.” as said by Ars Technica.

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