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Logitech C920 HD Pro USB 1080p Webcam
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- Video chat in Full HD 1080 p video on skype or stream yourself gaming in fluid HD 720 p on switch tv
- Record vibrant, true to life HD 1080 p video clips that capture the small details
- Integrated H.264 compression provides more fluid videos in full HD and fast, smooth uploads
- Enjoy flexibility, performance and fluidity that built-in webcams cannot match
- Two microphones capture natural stereo audio and filter our background noise
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The Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920 is an HD web cam that delivers crystal-clear 1080p video calling and high performance. A sleek black design comes together with high-definition quality (up to 1920 x 1080p) and flawless video calling through Skype for Windows. This high-performance webcam is the ideal tool for a boundless array of self-expression, with video chat on Skype in full HD 1080p or vibrant true-to-life full HD 1080p recordings for video blogs. You can game stream, share, rant, rap, sing and dance live in high-definition 720p. Dual microphones ensure natural stereo sound, while a five-element glass lens and a precisely tuned autofocus let you express yourself in full clarity and detail.
Webcam with 6ft cable
From the Manufacturer
- Compatible with: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 or later
- Works in USB Video Device Class (UVC) mode
- Mac OS 10.6 or later
- Chrome OS
- Android v 5.0 or above
- USB port
- Internet connection
HD Pro Webcam C920
Full 1080p High-Definition
Self-expression knows no bounds with C920. Video chat on Skype in full HD 1080p or record vibrant true-to-life full HD 1080p video blogs. You can game stream, share, rant, rap, sing and dance live in high-definition 720p.
Dual microphones ensure natural stereo sound, while a five-element glass lens and a precisely tuned autofocus allow you to be seen in clarity and detail.
High-Definition Video Chat
You'll be seen in crystal-clear definition with full HD 1080p on Skype and fluid HD 720p on FaceTime for Mac. Also make high-quality 720p video calls with Google Hangouts and most other video-calling clients.
Even chat with your Facebook friends. FaceTime video calling requires a FaceTime-enabled Mac with a Wi-Fi connection.
Full HD 1080p Recordings
Record vibrant, true-to-life HD 1080p videos that capture the smallest details for your video blog, to post on Facebook or YouTube.
Express Yourself, Live
Broadcast yourself battling the enemy, competing in eSports or expressing your creativity in HD live streams on twitch.tv or Youtube Gaming.
Fast Uploads with H.264
Thanks to H.264, a highly efficient compression technology, you record and compress at the same time, so that you get fast, smooth uploads and streaming with less demand on your computer.
|High-Definition (HD) Video||HD 720p||Full HD 1080p||Full HD 1080p|
|Skype Video Quality||720p||720p||Full HD 1080p|
|Photo Quality||5 MP||8 MP||15 MP|
|Lens Technology||Standard||Standard||Full HD glass lens|
|Focus Type||Fixed focus||Autofocus||20-step autofocus|
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Top Customer Reviews
Current-generation webcams have much higher resolutions, and, in the case of the C920 HD Webcam from Logitech, a plethora of built-in enhancements (which do not require external software). The problem with current-generation webcams is that, obviously, they require much more CPU power to get a constant stream at high FPS. This is not an issue for most high-end contemporary systems, but... what about low-end, outdated computers like mine?
Logitech offers in their C920 HD Webcam an alternative: H.264 encoding and streaming. All this is done by the webcam, not by the computer's CPU. Similarly, all hardware enhancements — from setting the light levels, hue, saturations, but also zoom, pan, tilt — are done by the webcam itself, leaving the CPU completely free. The result? Even on my low-level hardware, I get at least 720i video streaming at 30 FPS. Constantly. It doesn't matter how many applications are currently open or not, the webcam will not require much CPU power. It also means that saving videos to disk will consume far less disk space, as the captured stream is already H.264-encoded and, as such, it will be much smaller.Read more ›
The new mount is better than the C910(Not that I had a problem with that one anyway). It now has a tripod mount. I found it works very well on a 25" LCD Monitor, Laptop and a 42" rear Projection TV.
Bandwidth usage Information(tested on Skype 5.8 with an i5-2500K Desktop and Lenovo T410 i5 Vpro laptop with 1Gb/s Lan connectivity)
1980 by 1080 by 30 FPS peaked out at about 8Mb/s (C920 on Desktop and C920 on laptop)
1280 by 720 by 30 FPS peaked out at about 3-4Mb/s
640 by 480 by 30 FPS peaked out at about 1.4Mb/s(I also got this usage when testing a STD laptop camera on a Lenovo T410)
The C920 does seem to use a lot less CPU than the C910. 640 by 480 on a core 2 Duo HP laptop was up to 80% CPU. With the 920C this dropped to 45% at 1280 by 920 by 30FPS.
I also found that 640 by 480 utilises VP80(or VP60 in order versions of Skype). It changes to H.264 for 720P and 1080P.
The C920 hardware H.264 encoding does not seem to be supported on Skype for Linux 2.2.
Note HD/HQ Skype access requires the latest software (Skype and Webcam drivers), dual core or higher CPUs, a supported camera and bandwidth. Skype will ramp up to HD/HQ if the previous is satisfied and their is available bandwidth AND CPU. It can take 2-5 minutes to ramp up to 1080P even on a local 1Gb/s LAN. Also, Skype will NOT ramp up to HD/HQ speeds unless the Camera is supported at these speeds.
Apologies that the first video sample was only a recording at 360p. I was using a two webcam set up, and my PC and Internet struggled a little going higher during a live broadcast. Here's a one webcam offline video recording at 1080p. Hope this helps better. :)[...]
It comes wildly over-packaged in a very nice box that contains just the camera and a manual. The manual is an impressive 143 pages, though the English bit is a less impressive ten pages that just get you through the basics. Most of the useful information about the product is available online, and includes many training videos showing you how to do most tasks. No software is provided in the box. You must download that from the website specified in the manual.
The software offers a range of features that are obvious to use. From the main screen you may do Quick Capture, which is essentially video recording, and Webcam Gallery, which enables you to view and share your videos on Facebook and You Tube, and email them. You may also start motion capture, make a video mask, and so on. There is a "Webcam Controller" button that seemed to do nothing. It is not mentioned in the online help, so I didn't know what it was supposed to do. I have since learned that it opens the zoom and pan box, but it pops-up behind the main window, which is why I missed it. Watch out for it, though.
The main video capture screen provides a good-size preview window, plus a control panel form which you may choose which webcam and microphone to use, zoom and so on.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Only had this 24 hours so far but it's working well. I use a Macbook Air running OSX 10.11.6, and I've used it with Facetime, Skype and Webex already with no problems. Read morePublished 6 minutes ago by Alan
30FPS max, but a decent quality camera and fits my monitor, and camera stand very well.Published 1 day ago by Daniel Whittington
A great webcam and all the more versatile for having a standard tripod threaded base. I've so far only used it for Skype but I'm hoping to record some product reviews and set up a... Read morePublished 3 days ago by TomC
After nearly 20 years using an old Logitech Pro webcam it finally gave up the ghost.
Many PC's and laptops were graced with its easy usability. Read more
This a great webcam, the quality is good, although you may need an external microphone, the built in microphones are okay! Read morePublished 8 days ago by ApplePie
Really not significantly better than the C615, along with the lack of ability to rotate the camera, which can be quiet problematic, AND the in-built microphone is atrocious and... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Amazon Customer