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Logitech Brio 500 Full HD Webcam with Auto Light Correction, show Mode, Dual Noise Reduction Mics, Webcam Privacy Cover, Works with Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, Zoom, USB-C Cable, Streaming - Pink

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With a 90-degree field of view, this webcam provides extra space to move around or have a second person on the camera with you. The Logi Tune software allows you to zoom in or out to a full 90º width that I use. The auto light correction feature works well for me w/ zoom. even in low light environments. The webcam adjusts to the lighting in your environment to provide the best possible image quality. I had severe issues with zoom previously, due to sun and early morning/evening calls. The Show Mode feature lets you tilt the webcam up or down with one hand, allowing you to present or hide your work or other objects on your desk. This is perfect for remote presentations or demonstrations.

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Rightlight 4 with HDR for clear image in various lighting environments ranging from low light to direct sunlight.Advanced Image Quality: Full HD 1080p webcam resolution provides outstanding image quality so everyone can see you clearly during meetings The mounting clip provided is secure, and general setup is easy. The Brio 500 is also plug and play, working with no additional drivers required. The Brio 500 also comes with quite a long 1.5m cable, meaning you have a fair amount of cable-based freedom for where you want to place the webcam. Getting set up with your desktop is just as easy, you literally just need to plug it in using the USB-C cable. My PC automatically found it and got it working. The Brio 500 is certified for software like Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and Google Meet, and I had zero issues with those platforms when video calling for business or pleasure. The clarity of the picture, however, does take a hit, depending on the platform. On Zoom, the video quality was top-notch, but on Google Meet and Microsoft Teams, there were moments when the video looked a bit fuzzy. I blame this on the platforms themselves (or my Wi-Fi connection), as when I tested the camera in other settings, the Brio 500 was a heavy hitter---the video quality was nearly perfect every time. In use, I was pleased to see that the video quality was on point. My face looked clear, sharp and well-focused while the colours were bright without being oversaturated even if they could sometimes be a little dull. You could see everything you needed to in the shot whatever the time of day or whatever the weather outside.

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Auto-Framing (RightSight): Auto-framing (1)(3) centers the video camera on you, allowing you to stand and move during meetings without leaving the frame I’m in love with how the Logitech Brio 500 looks. It features this sleek, spectacled design that’s unlike any other webcam I’ve seen, proving that even some of the least exciting office peripherals can look great. That flexibility also enables an AI-based auto-framing feature called RightSight, which digitally pans and zooms within its ultra-wide view to keep your face in the center of the frame, similar to what Apple, Samsung, and Google have added to their respective phones in recent years. (At the time of this review, RightSight is still in “beta” and won’t be available until around “the end of September.”) RightSight’s adjustability is comparable to those features, in that it works well when framing up a static face, but may not be able to keep up with a moving target. If nothing else, it creates a single-button solution for framing up your webcam before a meeting, rather than dialing in it yourself. There are tonnes of possibilities in how you use the camera. For example, you can tilt it to face downwards so you can show items or documents that are laid out on your desk to those on the call. It’s as easy as reaching for the camera and pulling it towards you or pushing it away to show yourself on the screen. One really handy feature is Light Correction which brightens up the image even when you’re sitting in a poorly lit space. Auto framing is another feature to mention because it managed to keep me at the centre of the shot at all times, and it even works when you move around or stand up which will come particularly in handy if you do a lot of presenting on video calls.The auto-framing feature, centers the camera on you, even as you move around during meetings. This allows you to stand up or move around without worrying about leaving the frame. I personally have this feature turned off. There you'll be able to control different aspects of the camera including the zoom, brightness, contrast, saturation and sharpness. You can also toggle on different features like the show mode, autofocus, auto exposure, HDR and the auto white balance. There are also a number of filters to choose from. It's laid out in a very straightforward way so it's incredibly intuitive to use. One of the features of this webcam is its full resolution, which provides clear and crisp image quality. I did not want too much details in 4K giving too much details in remote work, so this was perfect for me. This was also higher than my macbook's 720p. This is perfect resolution for me.

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The redesigned Brio 500 camera features an ultra-wide lens with a 90-degree field-of-view, so you can capture a very large area, should you want to capture a group of people, or get a whiteboard in the shot. Using Logitech’s webcam configuration software, Logi Tune, you can automatically adjust the lens to shoot in a 65-, 78-, or 90-degree FOV, and adjust the framing using the camera’s 4x digital zoom. It gives you a lot more flexibility to set exactly what is and isn’t in the frame.Moreover, it offers an especially wide FOV, the widest being 65 degrees. That’s the one you see in the image of my ugly mug in the photo above. It’s especially handy if you want to show things off in presentations. There are some slightly tighter ones, which would be my preference, but for those wanting a much wider perspective, it’s handy to know the Brio 500 offers this. Since 2017, Cianna Garrison has been writing about everything from food news and limited-time products to the details on the latest iPhones and earbuds. In the past, she’s worked for online magazines, blogs, and more, with technology and social media being one of her primary interests. If you’re after a killer gaming webcam, then I’d recommend taking a look at the Razer Kiyo Pro instead. It’s actually now a little cheaper than the Logitech Brio 500 and is ideal for work calls during the day and streaming your play in the evening. You get a slightly larger field of view than with the Brio although the number of megapixels in the camera itself is slightly lower.

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