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The best webcams you can buy for video conferencing or streaming

February 8, 2018 | Telepresence Options

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  • Logitech's C920 has been the number one pick in webcams since 2012, with great image quality, a flexible stand, and reasonable price. It's the right choice for almost anyone who's looking for a webcam.

Webcams aren't just for catching up with friends or dialing into a meeting anymore. Live streaming and personal video production have given the humble webcam new life. Webcams with 1080p resolution have been readily available since 2012, opening up the door for recordings that look a lot better than the built-in webcam on your laptop.

In this buying guide, we've rounded up the best webcams you can buy based on personal testing of the Logitech C920, Logitech C922x, and Logitech 4K Brio, as well as the Razer Kiyo. We also consulted a number of buying guides and first-hand reviews from experts and buyers alike to choose our picks.

A great webcam should work right out of the box, and any included software should provide added functionality. The camera should offer a sharp, clean image with accurate auto-focus that doesn't jump around too much. It also helps to include a stand with flexible options. Resolution used to be a bigger issue, but even the most budget-friendly webcams on our list support 720p at 30 frames per second, and the Brio pumps out a full 60 fps at 1080p.

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