Price and Released date
The Logitech StreamCam was released on early 2020 with price of $169.99
The Resolution oif this CAM is 1920 x 1080(fullHD) WITH 2 MICROPHONE.the field of view of this cam is 78 degree,screen Size: 5.4 x 5.4 x 3.2 inches 0.7 pounds weigh and USB-C charging connection.
At 5.3 ounces, 2.6 x 2.3 x 1.9 inches, the StreamCam is seriously compact. The frame is squared and comes in either white or graphite plastic. Both models feature a heather gray canvas surrounding the lens and a Logitech logo to the left of the lens. Each side of the camera has a bump that slides it into the mount in either landscape or portrait mode.the cable is a 5-foot inline that can’t be removed, so if you were hoping to swap it for a shorter or longer cable, you’re out of luck. It’s also only available in USB Type-C. You can use an adapter to connect it to a USB Type-A 2.0 or 3.0 port, but doing so will cap your FPS to 30 from 60, which eliminates one of the major advantages the StreamCam has over the competition.
Picture and Sound
The StreamCam shoots great video. Logitech’s Capture software was good enough that I didn’t need to do any additional tweaking. All the built-in auto-adjust features kept me well-lit and in the frame as I moved my head around and waved my fingers across my face. It isn’t 4K, but the 1080p resolution is really all you need when streaming.The built-in microphone isn’t great, but still quite serviceable. If you’re a musician, you may want to invest in a mixer and mic setup, but for gamers, high-fidelity voice quality isn’t a priority.
While Capture isn’t as robust as OBS or XSplit, it has a lot of quick, easy presets that makes streaming accessible to everybody. Underneath the streaming window are such typical settings as photo, record and stop, as well as volume settings for the mic. Users can also adjust the video aspect ratio or pixel quality along with five FPS settings from 24 to 60. There’s also a variety of layouts ranging from split-screen to the traditional corner box.