Logitech Brio Stream Webcam - Ultra 4K HD Video Calling, Noise-Cancelling Mic, HD Auto Light Correction, Wide Angle, Compatible with Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Google Meet on PC / Mac, Streaming - Black

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Logitech Brio Stream Webcam - Ultra 4K HD Video Calling, Noise-Cancelling Mic, HD Auto Light Correction, Wide Angle, Compatible with Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Google Meet on PC / Mac, Streaming - Black

Logitech Brio Stream Webcam - Ultra 4K HD Video Calling, Noise-Cancelling Mic, HD Auto Light Correction, Wide Angle, Compatible with Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Google Meet on PC / Mac, Streaming - Black

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The quality of the construction of accessories isn’t consistent with the camera. It feels like I got cheap accessories. Some might consider the price as a con, but I particularly do not. I feel the price matches the quality of this webcam and the features it does have. Given a choice, we’d rather have a streamed meeting in 1080p that was uninterrupted than one in 4K that stuttered repeatedly.

Overall: I recommend the Logitech Brio 4K, despite Logitech’s substandard software. It delivers excellent picture quality and does what Logitech says it can do, with the aid of Logi Tunes. But the present inability to save a preset field of view or resolution to the camera or in Logi Tunes is frustrating and below current market standards. Wide Field of View: The wide field of view is perfect for group calls or capturing more of your surroundings. It eliminates the need for everyone to huddle closely around the camera, providing a natural and comfortable viewing experience. The wide field of view captures more of your surroundings, which is perfect for business meetings or sharing your environment with friends and family. The C1000e is one of those that most people can use straight out of the box without the need for special drivers and tools, or that’s the theory. We were all required to find a new comfort in having ourselves on screen for regular video meetings, and for many, that took a little while to settle into this new way of communicating.

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One reputable company that’s been around for a very long time, and producing well-known, good quality and reliable products is Logitech. This change of mind return policy is in addition to, and does not affect your rights under the Australian Consumer Law including any rights you may have in respect of faulty items. Hand in hand with this new routine was the need to get remote workers set up with the necessary hardware and software to allow them to stay connected with coworkers and customers alike. Device Manager in the Windows Operating Systems allows users to view and control the hardware attached to the computer. When a piece of hardware is not working, it may not be listed or may show a yellow exclamation point next to the identified hardware to indicate there is an issue Though I’ve blogged about Logitech headsets in the past, this blog will solely focus on the new Brio 4k webcam.

Today, with so many people working from home, at the office, or even a combination of both, there’s a big need for a good quality webcam. When you’re on a call, you want to look your best, and make a good impression. Some of that good impression relates to how good you look and how good you sound. To record videos or take pictures, Logitech recommends the Microsoft Camera App available from the Windows store, fully compatible with Logitech BRIO STREAM. At least three of Logitech’s webcams (including the Brio) are certified to be compatible with various video conferencing platforms like Skype for Business, Microsoft Teams, Cisco WebEx, and Cisco Jabber. However, only the Brio is also certified to be compatible with Microsoft Cortana and Windows Hello. The webcam comes with a 7.2-foot USB-A cable (longer than the 5- or 6-feet cable length on many Logitech webcams) and the webcam also supports USB-C. Why the designers chose this concept we’ve no idea, but it seems a poor alternative to giving the foot a simple threaded bolt, and it gave us a few head-scratching moments when we tried to unscrew the clip, and it wouldn’t rotate at all. Logitech needs to explain this bizarre use of a thread in its instructions to avoid people breaking one of both parts trying to get them apart.Easy Setup: Setting up the Brio is a breeze. It connects effortlessly to my PC, Mac, laptop, MacBook, or tablet via USB, and it's ready to use in seconds. The plug-and-play simplicity is a time-saver. Auto Light Correction: The Brio's HD auto light correction is a lifesaver. It adapts seamlessly to various lighting conditions, ensuring I look my best regardless of whether it's a brightly lit room or a dimly lit evening call. The difference is noticeable, and it's a huge asset for maintaining a professional appearance. The webcams that I’ve tested all have a hard wired cable. In other words, the USB cable that’s used to connect the webcam to the computer is hard wired and can’t be separated from the webcam.

The ugly: The camera does not default to a resolution above 1080p, and you can’t change the default resolution with Logi Tunes. Instead, you’ll have to adjust your resolution and field of view with Logi Tunes manually for *every* call. That’s right – you can’t save new defaults to the camera or to the software so they are applied automatically. How Logitech has not incorporated this feature since 2017 is beyond me. In my experience, the pricier and newer Instalink 360 doesn’t have this issue. But, before I share the details on this new Logitech webcam, I’d like to let you know that I recorded a Youtube video where I reviewed it. I know a lot of people don’t like to do a lot of reading, but instead, find it easier to watch video content. Many people know Logitech for computer accessories such as keyboards, mice and the like. But what you might not know is Logitech also makes a very nice line of webcams and now business grade headsets. But we should also mention that the camera is Certified for Skype for Business, and it is one of the few that works with Microsoft Hello, as it can recognise real people over pictures of them. That’s not a critique of this product, as it will stream 4K wonderfully given a good host PC and sufficient bandwidth. However, anyone buying these for business use needs to be aware that the enhanced quality the C1000e offers potentially comes with a downside.Is it worth a little more to have a couple of microphones standing ready in case they’re called upon?

Try a different USB port:Sometimes a USB port on the host computer running the video conferencing software may have an issue If you have plugged BRIO into a USB port, and even after several minutes the device is not recognized in the system or not showing up in your applications, please try the following to ensure whether it is a connection issue rather than problems with your hardware: When you want a nice, well framed image of yourself, you’d select the 60 degree view. If you want more of your surroundings in the video image, you’d go with 78, and if you want to bring in a friend or two, there’s the 90 degree view option. All of these are easily accessed and can be changed at will.

It appears that to make their products as simple as possible for users, many conferencing software creators have left out the ability to specify resolution, refresh, HDR, and many of the special capabilities of the C1000e and other high-end solutions. The other thing that’s pretty cool is the camera, while mounted, can be aimed straight down which can allow you to share a document for example without the need to hand hold it hoping for a steady image. Even better is the fact that the auto focus feature will have that document you’re sharing sharp and in focus. Problem solved! Microphones With the possible exception of the new BRIO Stream, this is undoubtedly the best webcam that Logitech makes, but it is also a step beyond what most users need.

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