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Logitech C920 USB HD Pro Webcam with Auto-Focus and Microphone Black

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Technical Details
BrandLogitech
Item Weight449 g
Product Dimensions19.1 x 22.7 x 7.2 cm
Item model number960-000768
SeriesHD PRO Webcam C920
Colorblack
Screen Resolution1920x1080 Pixel
  
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ASINB006H967FA
Best Sellers Rank 1,132 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight481 g
Date First Available1 Jan. 2012
  
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Product Description

Skype in Full HD. Fluid Crystal Technology ensures smoother video, sharper pictures, richer colours and clearer sound in real-world conditions. H.264 video standard. Auto Focus. Carl Zeiss optics. Stable mounting clip. 15-megapixel snapshots.

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1 webcam

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Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 26 Feb. 2013
I have been using the C920 Pro for approximately 6 months now and I couldn't be happier with it. This was an upgrade from my old Logitech Quickcam Orbit, which served me well for years. The unit is quite small, about the size of a sticking plaster, with the HD lens positioned between stereo microphones. The webcam has a folding, rubberised bracket which will secure itself to most surfaces, but for more precise positioning, there is a screw thread underneath for attaching to a quick release tripod.

My main use for the webcam is to sit on top of a 42" HDTV in my living room, with the cable connected into a laptop running Arch Linux. Using this setup I keep in touch with my friends & family via Google Hangouts. The image quality is *significantly* better than any other web cam I have either owned or whose image I received in a video call. The microphones are, apparently, "crystal clear" although I generally use a separate condenser mic on a studio boom, purely out of habit.

If the camera works as a plug n' play device under Arch Linux, which is quite minimal (on purpose) then I'm pretty sure it will 'just work' out of the box with Ubuntu, Linux Mint and the like.

To summarise, unless you are looking for a broadcast quality camera, then the C920 Pro should be your go to web cam for Google Hangouts & Skype. Recommended without a moments hesitation.

PROS
Small, light & stylish design with a generous amount of cable
Exceptional image quality
15MP image quality for still shots
Well thought out mounting options

CONS
Autofocus isn't the quickest I've ever seen
Can't rotate the camera left or right without using a tripod
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Thinderchild on 11 April 2014
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The cam works well enough out of the box. I have main atop my PC screen and despite Logitechs best efforts to make it adjustable to all, I stiil need Blu-tac to make it fit. The camera is of reasonably good quality but the mic could be better for example it is not as good as a headset even a very average one for skyping but it is easily good enough to be heard and understood and very convenient if you dislike using headsets. The biggest let-down was the lack of software for such a high-end webcam. I suggest you take a look at the Logitech site before purchasing as they seem to have withdrawn a lot of the add-ons which were originally available for this cam.

As usual, I blame Windows 8 for this, as Microsoft appears to have forced everyone else to abandon Windows 7 when they did. And guess what.......Windows 8 does not appear compatible with the older add-on software we used to get. So not only do Logitech get rid of effects etc for W8 users (and who can blame them) but for W7 users also. (!!!!!!!)
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Gazumpa on 20 Mar. 2014
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Fed up with my laptop’s pathetic, allegedly ‘HD’ webcam, I decided to give the C920 a go. What a difference! It’s by far and away the clearest webcam I’ve ever used. The images are crystal clear, it responds well to changing light, has a decent dual microphone setup, and feels incredibility sturdy for something so small. On the downside, the autofocus isn’t spectacularly quick, but is more than acceptable. Also, whilst the angle of pitch can be changed, you would need to attach it to a tripod in order to turn it left and right.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Martian Invader on 28 Aug. 2014
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This webcam gets good reviews - I can't understand why. I have 2 of them, bought at different times, so not from the same batch.
They work fine - they have the advantage (?) of an internal hardware codec which reduces cpu stress on your computer.

However, the images that you get are "soft" - i.e. not sharp, compared to the Microsoft Lifecam Studio, which has superior image quality in my opinion, but has no internal codec.

If you have a fast high spec computer and want best image quality, get the Lifecam .
The C920 is over-hyped in my opinion.

Neither the Lifecam nor the Logitech have good audio - best to use an external mic.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Alan on 4 April 2015
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When planning to produce some online courses, I splashed out on a semi-decent camcorder to do re talking head shots, but I found the messing about popping memory cards out of the cam, and into the PC, them importing the second media into the timeline and syncing it all up (over and over again) a little...cumbersome. Not to mention the real estate a cam tripod (even a small one) takes up your desk.

It was a choice between this and the similarly priced Microsoft one, so I studied the youtube reviews, and this one won out, so I got one.

First thoughts are it's tiny, but beautiful to look at. Despite its size, it still feels really well made. The mount looked a little confusing, but when you put it atop your monitor it becomes obvious how it functions, and works really well. For those who want it, the mount also comes with a standard screw fitting for tripod mounting.

Win 8.1 detected it, and installed the drivers in a minute or so, but I also downloaded the Logitech software from their site to get the tools to to play with resolution and what not. The first thing I noticed was the field of view on this is huge. So much so, that I turned it from 1080, to 720 to avoid recording the whole room. That done, you can then zoom in, pan left and right until you get the perfect head shot...nice.

As this pipes straight into your PC, my screencast software (Camtasia) records the cam simultaneously, so all my sync problems were solved automatically. Problem solved. The recordings appear crisp and clear whatever the lighting conditions, and there is no stutter or judder whatsoever.

The sound is reasonable, but I pipe the audio from a Blue Snowball (which is better).

I know it's pricy, but the quality is great. There is a reason that this is the best selling webcam in the world.
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