Logitech announce their BRIO webcam, with support for 4K and HDR recording

Logitech announce their BRIO webcam, with support for 4K and HDR recording

Logitech announce their BRIO webcam, with support for 4K and HDR recording

Logitech announce their BRIO webcam, with support for 4K and HDR recording

 

Logitech has announced their BRIO Pro webcam, which supports 4K and HDR recording as well as 720p and 1080p 60FPS recordings.   

Right now Logitech has not announced what colour space this webcam supports, though the company says that their RightLight 3 technology, which allows this webcam to be used in various light environments. This webcam also has dual omnidirectional microphones and noise cancellation technology, with the webcam supporting a 90-degree FOV, 65-degree FOV and 78-degree FOV. 

Resolution wise, this webcam supports up to 4096x2160 at 30FPS, also supporting 1080p at up to 60FPS and 720p at up to 90FPS. This webcam will work on Windows 7, 8.1 and 10 and OSX 10.10 or higher, though Windows 7 users will be limited to 1080p recording.  

 

Logitech announce their BRIO webcam, with support for 4K and HDR recording

 

This webcam will cost $199 USD and $249 CAD and will start shipping today. This product will require a USB 3.0 connection and comes with a three-year warranty. 

 

You can join the discussion on Logitech's BRIO Pro webcam on the OC3D Forums

 

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07-02-2017, 07:02:04

Chrazey
Is this an successor to the C920?...Quote

07-02-2017, 07:05:24

WYP
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Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
Is this an successor to the C920?...
Well they did already release the C922, which sported higher 60FPS recording.

In a way, this is a successor to the C922, though it is a entirely different price bracket.Quote

07-02-2017, 07:07:54

Chrazey
Quote:
Originally Posted by WYP View Post
Well they did already release the C922, which sported higher 60FPS recording.

In a way, this is a successor to the C922, though it is a entirely different price bracket.
Well yeah... This is what I meant really Quote

07-02-2017, 14:03:29

SeekaX
Yea and my old phone had a 20.7MP camera, the pictures still looked like trash. Resolution means pretty much nothing. Just keep upping the numbers boys.Quote
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