If that doesn’t bother you, the Logitech C615 will do the trick.
If you’re a high-energy business type or active Skype user, but you’re trying to spend as little money as possible on a new webcam, you may want to check out the Logitech C270 instead of the Microsoft Life Cam.
Maybe you want to live stream a musical performance, record an entire family at Thanksgiving dinner, or stream some momentous landscape from your laptop.
If you find yourself in one of these or some other camp, check out the Genius Ultra Wide Angle Webcam.
It also features a tripod-ready universal clip that fits to laptops and LCD monitors, a 360-degree swivel base and an articulating support.
If you find yourself in this camp — constantly using Skype or Zoom or Google Hangouts — consider investing in the Microsoft Life Cam.
A lot of webcams eschew hardware in favor of rudimentary functionality.
While high-end specs may be unnecessary for most users, they can certainly come in handy, especially if the addition will only cost you an extra or so. This webcam is every bit a camera, capable of providing HD stills and video for a variety of purposes, making it a versatile webcam for gaming, blogging, conferencing and even creative purposes.
At an astounding 1526P Full HD resolution—compatible up to 2048x1536 resolutions—this webcam was an easy choice for our best video quality slot.
The other key contributing feature for video quality is how many frames you can record, and this beast rakes in 30 frames per second which will give it the crispest quality for moving images—particularly impressive for a webcam.It does not swivel left or right but it does tilt and articulate vertically.