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Logitech C922 Pro Stream Webcam $78 + Delivery ($0 with eBay Plus/C&C) @ Bing Lee eBay


Free delivery for eBay Plus members or additional
delivery cost for non-plus members.

It's $88 in Bing Lee and Harvey Norman. Price match in JB Hi-Fi / The Good Guys / EB games if you have the Ultimate/other gift cards.

This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2023

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  • +2

    Perfect timing for my new onlyfans channel

    • +5

      Isn’t Viofo p800 for $38 a better valued unit?

      • +1

        Thanks for the heads up, i haved ordered the p800 to try out

        • Reporting that the p800 is great and recommended

    • Any vouchers codes available?

  • +18

    Was looking at webcams, and bought this one instead

    Dell WB3023 2K QHD Webcam ($59.50)

    • are you happy with it?

      • +4

        Yep I'm happy with it.
        At $59.50 it's easily the best price for an 'entry level' webcam which has better than 1080p. Everything else <$80 looks pretty crap.
        If you want something which is a step up and has more features I think you'd be looking at the $150 mark

    • Thanks mate, just bought this one.

    • Does this work good with the Google meet? Facebook messenger/ Whatsapp video calls?

    • Thanks, giving it a shot with my Perks discount.

    • +1

      Cheers Png191. This should be the bargain post, not the Logitech.

    • cheers, just bought one

    • Thanks, brought one, its a bargain !

  • +6

    Remember start of Covid? These were like $6k - people were trading trucks full of toilet paper for them.

    • +8

      I mean $78 is still a pretty atrocious price for a 7 year old 1080p webcam, compared to some of the prices you can get for somewhat more current webcams (or ipcams with UVC mode available as a hack) with "2k" resolution.

      • +1

        True - feels like it held $150 (new) for so so long.

        It's honestly pretty decent at this price though. The res might be only 1080 but it's fairly clear, good lighting etc.

  • Seems pretty expensive for max full HD compared to others I've seen with like 2k?

  • +1

    Yeah I cannot believe they are still selling this ancient model.

    The 1080p quality was poor even when it came out 7 years ago.

    I'd either spend more for a 4K model, or less for another 1080p model.

    • +2

      What do you need 4k for in a webcam? It's not like you're shooting high detail cinema or sports action…

        • +3

          1080 is more than enough for zoom calls (where I'm mostly squashed into a tiny frame anyway). It's plenty for 1-1 video calls. For streaming you're usually squashed into the corner so your game is front and centre.

          And just like digital cameras (and nowadays phones), it's not about the number of pixels, it's about the size of the sensor and the optics.

        • +4

          For most WFH applications going through a VPN, I can almost guarantee that the person you're talking to is probably not even getting your video at 1080p, let alone 4k.

          My colleagues don't need to see my pores anyway…

          • @NigelTufnel: That's a fair point regarding the network transmission limiting quality.

            I do 1-1 video calls for consulting all day. I previously used this model and found that the quality was just too poor. However, I think you are right that it has more to do with the sensor and optics. My S7 tablet provides a far better quality image (although I have to concede that it perhaps matters less than I initially thought due to the transmission).

            With all that said though, some of the cheap $30-$40 webcams do just as good a job, if not better, than this model.

            • @soaringphoenix: If your job is 1-1 video consulting, I feel like you're in a different market to a sub $100 webcam. Otherwise for my normal everyday Teams use im very happy with this one from Logitech

          • @NigelTufnel: Teams max resolution is 1080p so you are spot on

            • @Jimmycfc: Okay fair enough, turns out I'm wrong. Thanks for the input all. 1080p is fine for 99% of people.

              I still stand by the point that there are equally good options in terms of video quality at a lower price point (although I'm not sure on microphone quality).

    • I have one, bought so long ago I cant even remember.

      Its better than most peoples laptop cameras so fine for teams etc.

      I use it instead of laptop as I can position it better.

  • +1

    The Brio is around $170 currently

    • +1

      Much better camera, although it's 4K, it works best in FULL HD or 2K has much better low light performance.
      Driver support for the BRIO is also better, Windows Hello Support ect..

  • I paid so much more for this during COVID… :'-(

  • I use one of these for Zoom etc. while working from home and honestly the quality is not very good. It's fine for me, but if you're looking to actually record decent video content I'd look elsewhere.

    Also will need to download software to change the refresh rate to PAL 50Hz if you don't want flickering.

  • For those who have a samsung tv, install the Google meet app from samsung app store and this cam will let you video chat

    • @hopper, I am trying to do the same, but I got Logitech stream am which has usb-c port. But, tv got only USB port. Wondering if there is any solution for this?

  • I have this and it works well on Zoom but for some reason it's terrible on Teams. Something just doesn't mix well with whatever Teams software does to the image output, very out of focus and grainy no matter what setting I use.

    • Really? I have used this exclusively with Teams and it's been totally fine.

  • +1

    ahh my old friend lol these web cams are good for first time streamers but now a days the quality is pretty bad compared to whats out there now.

  • +2

    Looking something to stick into USB back of TV for Google meets / Whatsapp ,fb messenger for family video chats ,would this work good or the dell or viofo mentioned above work better?

  • +1

    I remember that I bought one with a price of $200 during the pandemic period.

  • You're better off using an iPhone as your webcam with the new MacOS 14, but this is still good for Windows and Linux.

  • +2

    Reminder if you have an old phone lying around, install Camo on it, connect via USB and the quality is generally wayyy better than this camera

  • If you're an occasional webcam user, droidcam is far better $ ($8 i think) and use of existing camera in your Android phone.

  • Any cheap one for windows hello?

  • +1

    No lens cover with this model. Recommend picking up a 3D printed cover like this - https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/255159505335 - or printing your own.

  • I have the CREATIVE Live! Cam Sync 1080p V2 Full HD Wide Angle USB Webcam - currently $34.30 on Amazon - actually have 2 of them - one at the office and one at home. Pretty good and has a camera cover.

  • https://www.jbhifi.com.au/products/logitech-brio-500-webcam-…
    Would this Brio 500 (on sale for $114 at JB) be worth it over the C922? Can do up to 90 degrees FOV (although if you want a narrower FOV I think it's more a digital zoom? according to a comparison youtube video), has noise-reducing mics (not sure if C922 has a similar feature) and apparently "AI-based face image correction" although who knows how much that helps. Comes with an integrated privacy cover too. This model uses a USB-C cable so you need to make sure you have a USB-C input or get an adapter for USB-A ports.

  • Nevermind. After hours of research, apparently the Brio 500 is very average. Looks soft, hunts for focus, no better looking (almost worse) than the C992. The only slight upgrade is the Brio 4K Pro, currently going for $177 at JB.

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