|Technical Information||Full HD 1080p video calling (up to 1920 x 1080 pixels) 720p HD video calling (up to 1280 x 720 pixels) with supported clients 90 degree field of view H.264/SVC video compression Supports H.264 1080p for Skype® for Business, along with optimizations for best call performance in single or multiparty HD video. Zoom to 4X in 1080p Optional light application for control of pan, tilt and zoom ZEISS® lens certification Autofocus External privacy shutter Rightlight™ 2 Technology for clear image in various lighting environments, even low light Built-in dual stereo mics Automatic low-light correction Hi-Speed USB 2.0 certified (USB 3.0 ready) Tripod-ready universal clip fits laptops, LCD or CRT monitors|
Very nice image when you manage to get the right lighting
I used this cam for around two years on my main site, now it's only my back up.
You can get a very good image with this webcam. The real deal is to get realistic warm colors, the cam tends to give very cold colors, bluish shades... and the other side gives you a very red hue.
I tried to use its wide angle (90), but I get a bit lost in the frame, specially if I am requested to stand from far... it picks other distracting objects around and I like to be the focus of attention
The RightLight doesn't work so good (this was a point that made me choose the C920 as my main cam). It leaves my image with a darker light whenever I wear light colors, the only way to have a nice lighting (using the right light) is by wearing dark colors.
I had purchased this model in hopes of having a clearer, sharper image than the C920. After so many months, trying one and another setting, lighting, etc. I found out that the image is very good but not not better than the C920, not sharper nor anything great.
As a summary. I would like better another C920 or something alike.
The good thing about this experience is that I learned that not all newest models or more expensive products are always better.