• Logitech C922x Pro Stream Webcam   Full 1080p Hd Camera
  • Logitech C922x Pro Stream Webcam   Full 1080p Hd Camera
  • Logitech C922x Pro Stream Webcam   Full 1080p Hd Camera
  • Logitech C922x Pro Stream Webcam   Full 1080p Hd Camera
  • Logitech C922x Pro Stream Webcam   Full 1080p Hd Camera
  • Logitech C922x Pro Stream Webcam   Full 1080p Hd Camera
  • Logitech C922x Pro Stream Webcam   Full 1080p Hd Camera
Logitech C922x Pro Stream Webcam   Full 1080p Hd Camera
Logitech C922x Pro Stream Webcam   Full 1080p Hd Camera
Logitech C922x Pro Stream Webcam   Full 1080p Hd Camera
Logitech C922x Pro Stream Webcam   Full 1080p Hd Camera
Logitech C922x Pro Stream Webcam   Full 1080p Hd Camera
Logitech C922x Pro Stream Webcam   Full 1080p Hd Camera
Logitech C922x Pro Stream Webcam   Full 1080p Hd Camera

Logitech C922x Pro Stream Webcam Full 1080p Hd Camera

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  • Web Camera specifically designed and optimized for Professional quality video streaming on social gaming and entertainment sites like Twitch and YouTube
  • Stream and record vibrant, true to life HD 1080P video at 30Fps/ 720P at 60FPS. Compatibility Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10, macOS X 10.9 or higher, XBox One, Chrome OS, Android v5.0 or above, USB port
  • Background replacement technology (powered by personify) allows you to integrate your live image and any background Scene, right onto your stream (only works with Windows 7 and above)
  • Full HD glass lens and premium autofocus deliver razor sharp, clear video in consistent high Definition while two Built in mics capture your voice in rich Stereo Audio
  • Record clear videos even in dim or poorly backlit settings with automatic light Correction.Cable length:5 ft

Customer Reviews

Honestly this camera was worse then the regular c920 that I already had Honestly this camera was worse then the regular c920 that I already had. It does 1080p at 30fps, DOES NOT do 1080p at 60 as it states even on logitechs site it doesn't, and the 720 at 60fps is so washed out and blurry it doesn't even come close to 720p anymore. This camera over all is a c920 with firmware gimmicks to make people think it was better. My cell phone from 6 years ago still has better rercording in medium to low light then this camera does and in my honest opinion coming from a streamer/youtuber etc, this camera is NOT a worthwhile upgrade. My next purchase will definitely be a DSLR type camera capable of betting light exposure with less ISO and noise. I will after 10 years not be buying logitech again until they can at least match my v30's 4k cellphone camera. I'm dissapointed to say the least.Now the pros:none, the c920 by itself does just as good if not better quality at a cheaper cost because you aren't going to use 1080p without it being 60fps for game/creative content on either twitch or youtube so there's no point.Now the cons:- 1080p looks the same quality as 720p just bigger- 720p at 60fps looks abysmal, its washed out and almost blurry at 60 fps and this occurs on both xplit and obs, my cell phone does the same thing on the front camera so its definitely the camera- It's grainy even with the gain (ISO) turned down with the room having too much or too little lighting- It looks no better then the regular c920 at 720p- It costs money 3c922 vs Razer Stargazer Video Expamples This is a great webcam. absolutely simple to set up and captures bright, vivid crisp video with exceptional detail. It does brighten the images brighter than the actual light in the room, but the end result looks great. I've included sample video comparing this Logitech c922 to the Razer Stargazer. Please Leave Comments as to your impression based on the video samples. 4Avoid unless you like to bang your head into the floor in frustration Constantly disconnecting watch the video review. 1Don't be fooled by 60 FPS This review is for the Logitech C922. It is nothing but a more expensive C920. The selling point of being able to run 60 framerate at 720p is garbage. If you turn the framerate higher than 30, the picture becomes very noticeably blurry. When trying to look up a solution, all I could determine is that this is normal. If you do not use higher than 30 framerate, then the picture quality is quite nice. I think it is slightly better than the C920 (I use both). But the whole reason I bought this instead of another C920 was to have a 60 framerate cam, and it simply does not deliver in that capacity. I have not tried the background removal, but I've heard from multiple sources that it isn't any better than a background removal solution you can download for literally any camera. So that's not much of a selling point either.If you ignore the two selling points, and the only two significant things that separate it from the C920, then it's a good webcam. But so is the C920 for $20 or so less.My attached video shows how the quality changes between framerates. Note that the video as a whole is way worse quality than either cam, because Amazon down-scaled the video when I uploaded, it, but you can still very clearly see how the quality gets even worse when the framerate changes. 3A webcam that possesses the same capabilities as one from nearly 20 years ago. I will say this camera has great quality, and would recommend it to a friend. but only after a proper disclaimer.My old camera was having FPS issues so I looked into this camera for streaming:Both issues I had with this camera were the Chroma kea (background replacement) 'feature' included with this 'package'.To be honest, at base price, you are only paying for a basic webcam, NOT the background replacement or Xplit software. I wish I knew this purchasing this camera.Issue 1: Chroma kea software-The 'ChromaCam' software is absolute garbage. its an extra $30 to remove the a giant scrolling 'ChromaCam' Logo above your image. with a green screen and a lower priced camera, you can achieve this effect without a giant advertisement over your image. That is not Streamer-ready. It would be an embarrassment to present a live stream with a giant "ChromaCam" logo above your image.Issue 2: High CPU use from ChromaCam-The background replacement is enough to crash my gaming computer.On OBSUsing this as normal webcam: 1-5% CPUUsing ChromaCam (background replacement) software: 50-60% CPU !!My games crash while using this thing. this should be mentioned.About the Image: That watermark ruined this purchase. The image i posted is unacceptable for live streaming. Sorry; i dont wish to bombard my viewers with advertisements.What would help?: again, the using a green screen and OBS seems to be the real way to go. this camera could come with similar software or instructions, that would really help. I learned how to use this thing from Reddit. but you could do this all for a lesser price.(A: I know how chroma kea and green screen works, I studied audio/video and consider myself an expert in the subject. this effect can be achieved by almost any webcam on OBS)(B: I rated this high, in hopes that more people would see this post)So..I'm basically stuck with a webcam that possesses the same capabilities as the one from nearly 20 years ago. 1Great but read this if using with OBS This is a pretty great camera. I would give it 5 stars but I haven't had it that long so fully test it, so I may change that in the future. One VERY important thing to know about this camera is that if you are using it with OBS, particularly with a Mac, if you are getting a bad quality picture you have to go into the "properties" of the camera in OBS and un-check the "use presets" box. Than set your frame rate and resolution. I spent hours trying to figure this out, so I figured I would pass that on.This camera can clip onto your monitor/laptop or you can easily mount it on a tripod. 4... but I have read it may perform a little better in low light I bought this because it was on sale for the same price as the C920 but I had read it may perform a little better in low light. I like to stream games in lower light so I thought I would give it a try. The quality is very, very similar to the C920. In good lighting I would say the quality is identical. With the proper settings in low lighting the C922 is very slightly better performing but you'd almost have to have the two running side by side to see the difference. It isn't night and day and isn't worth spending significantly more money on the C922. For the same price I would say to get the C922 over the C920 due to this alone if not for a very annoying "feature" of the C922 and that is that the camera settings like auto focus, auto light correction, exposure, etc will NOT save. Every single time you run OBS or restart your computer or run whatever program it is you like to use you will have to adjust your camera settings because they go back to default. If you have extremely bright, perfect lighting this is OK but for a camera designed for streamers, a lot of whom tend to stream in lower light, this is a deal breaker. This is not a bug either. A Logitech representative has confirmed this is by design. To me this is about the opposite of what you'd want from a "streaming" webcam. For that issue alone I cannot recommend the C922 over the C920. I did not test out the 60 FPS capability nor the automatic background removal as I got it primarily for the better low light performance and a very large number of users say those other features are not very well implemented so I didn't really care to test them out. Due to the settings not saving and the fact Logitech does not see this as a bug which means it will never be "fixed" I will not be keeping the C922 and will continue to use the tried and true C920 for the foreseeable future. 2Awful support from Logitech As of December 2017 this webcam does NOT work with the Logitech Webcam Software. There's a driver on their website that you install but you're on your own for recording software. I'm okay with that but their driver doesn't allow full control of the webcam like I used to have when I was using the Logitech Webcam Software with my last webcam. I tried e-mailing the Logictech support group and their support terrible. Even in these days of outsourcing this support takes awful to the next level. Your only option is to e-mail them via their website. I submitted a question to them and it took them a full week to respond to me. And when they did respond they either didn't read my question at all or they can't read English because all they did was send me a link to the driver page on their website without even addressing my question. Every time I responded to them it took 6-7 days to get a response.In summary the video quality is pretty good but driver/software is awful and customer support is awful. 1The C922x has too many negatives to recommend. Don't upgrade from your C920 yet. First, I think it's pretty shady that Logitech somehow managed to bury the C922 reviews within the C920 reviews. These are very different cameras that should be reviewed separately. I assume that Logitech has done this intentionally to take advantage of the stellar 920 reviews while also hiding the glaring issues that the 922 has. This is an unscrupulous sales tactic.My review of the C922x PRO STREAM:The GOOD: The video quality is a minor upgrade over the excellent C920. The low light performance is better and it has an overall sharper picture. It truly has fantastic image quality. It advertises two huge upgradesare the ability to record 60FPS (only in 720p) and it has "Background replacement technology" (more on both below)The BAD:-In most of my test recordings, the 60FPS 720p videos look considerably worse than the 30FPS 1080p. It seems possible to get decent 60FPS results with perfect lighting and optimal conditions, so your mileage may vary. I am not a video professional but I'm experienced enough in this field to determine that this camera is not worth the upgrade if 60FPS is your only reason to buy it. The 1080p quality is stellar though, even at 30FPS.-The microphone is just as bad as the c920. It is utterly unusable. Any $10 USB microphone is light-years ahead of this microphone's recording quality. I would expect this level of performance in a $20 budget webcam, but not something at this price. Seriously, unless you literally have no other options, do not use the built-in mic.-The "Background Replacement Technology" is kind of a gimmick. In the right conditions (again, with near-perfect lighting) it might do a good enough job for some people. It doesn't look as accurate as a real green screen but it might suffice if you get your lighting just right. The main issue I have with it is that it has nothing to do with the camera.It's all done in software. You have to download and install a rather large 3rd party application called ChromaCam by Personify. I can only assume that Logitech has some sort of kick-back deal with Personify to use their "technology" but I feel like I've been swindled by Logitech seeing how this software could potentially be used with numerous other cameras if it wasn't locked down by the company. They pretended that this was some sort of revolutionary hardware tech that only Logitech could provide. I really dislike having unnecessary software installed from an unknown company. Most irritating of all, YOU HAVE TO SUPPLY YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS AND LOGIN TO PERSONIFY TO USE THE BACKGROUND REMOVAL FEATURE. I'm not kidding. Totally unacceptable. Shame on you Logitech.The REALLY BAD:-Logitech does not offer software for this device. That's right, the Logitech Webcam Software that millions of people have used for years with every other Logitech webcam (including the c920) does not work with this camera, nor do they offer an alternative. They simply give you drivers and then you are on your own to find a 3rd party application to actually use the camera. Its absurd. I cannot image what possible reason they have to not provide a simple application so you can use the device that you just paid them for. Especially considering how much they're touting the Background Technology. So not I have TWO third-party apps installed to use this camera. WTF?One more thing:You cannot easily connect 2 of these cameras on the same PC without lots of constant tweaking. OBS, xSplit, and other applications with see both cameras but adjusting the settings requires you to unplug them one-by-one and change settings as you plug them back in. I find myself doing this quite a bit as my lighting conditions and subjects are rarely the same. This had no bearing on my rating of this device as Logitech has never explicitly advertised this functionality, but I feel it's worth mentioning in my review. 2Disappointing - uses native drivers on Win10 Running Windows 10 v1079.I have spent 2 days trying to interface this camera with Xsplit and cannot get it to work (Xsplit is the app logitech even gives you a 6 month code for - so you would expect it to work??)The camera works in the default camera app of Win10 and YouTube streaming, but Xsplit does not see the camera.ChromaCam (the green screen software) crashes, continually when trying to launch the 922 - other cameras are detected without issue on the same workstation.I followed several tutorials on regkey & dcom settings to change as a workaround, but none of them helped. ChromaCam needs Xsplit for the "green screen" functionality, otherwise this is just another webcam..I will update my review if I can ever get this working. Setting up a webcam shouldn't be this difficult. 1
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Description
  • Web Camera specifically designed and optimized for Professional quality video streaming on social gaming and entertainment sites like Twitch and YouTube
  • Stream and record vibrant, true to life HD 1080P video at 30Fps/ 720P at 60FPS. Compatibility Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10, macOS X 10.9 or higher, XBox One, Chrome OS, Android v5.0 or above, USB port
  • Background replacement technology (powered by personify) allows you to integrate your live image and any background Scene, right onto your stream (only works with Windows 7 and above)
  • Full HD glass lens and premium autofocus deliver razor sharp, clear video in consistent high Definition while two Built in mics capture your voice in rich Stereo Audio
  • Record clear videos even in dim or poorly backlit settings with automatic light Correction.Cable length:5 ft
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Honestly this camera was worse then the regular c920 that I already had Honestly this camera was worse then the regular c920 that I already had. It does 1080p at 30fps, DOES NOT do 1080p at 60 as it states even on logitechs site it doesn't, and the 720 at 60fps is so washed out and blurry it doesn't even come close to 720p anymore. This camera over all is a c920 with firmware gimmicks to make people think it was better. My cell phone from 6 years ago still has better rercording in medium to low light then this camera does and in my honest opinion coming from a streamer/youtuber etc, this camera is NOT a worthwhile upgrade. My next purchase will definitely be a DSLR type camera capable of betting light exposure with less ISO and noise. I will after 10 years not be buying logitech again until they can at least match my v30's 4k cellphone camera. I'm dissapointed to say the least.Now the pros:none, the c920 by itself does just as good if not better quality at a cheaper cost because you aren't going to use 1080p without it being 60fps for game/creative content on either twitch or youtube so there's no point.Now the cons:- 1080p looks the same quality as 720p just bigger- 720p at 60fps looks abysmal, its washed out and almost blurry at 60 fps and this occurs on both xplit and obs, my cell phone does the same thing on the front camera so its definitely the camera- It's grainy even with the gain (ISO) turned down with the room having too much or too little lighting- It looks no better then the regular c920 at 720p- It costs money 3c922 vs Razer Stargazer Video Expamples This is a great webcam. absolutely simple to set up and captures bright, vivid crisp video with exceptional detail. It does brighten the images brighter than the actual light in the room, but the end result looks great. I've included sample video comparing this Logitech c922 to the Razer Stargazer. Please Leave Comments as to your impression based on the video samples. 4Avoid unless you like to bang your head into the floor in frustration Constantly disconnecting watch the video review. 1Don't be fooled by 60 FPS This review is for the Logitech C922. It is nothing but a more expensive C920. The selling point of being able to run 60 framerate at 720p is garbage. If you turn the framerate higher than 30, the picture becomes very noticeably blurry. When trying to look up a solution, all I could determine is that this is normal. If you do not use higher than 30 framerate, then the picture quality is quite nice. I think it is slightly better than the C920 (I use both). But the whole reason I bought this instead of another C920 was to have a 60 framerate cam, and it simply does not deliver in that capacity. I have not tried the background removal, but I've heard from multiple sources that it isn't any better than a background removal solution you can download for literally any camera. So that's not much of a selling point either.If you ignore the two selling points, and the only two significant things that separate it from the C920, then it's a good webcam. But so is the C920 for $20 or so less.My attached video shows how the quality changes between framerates. Note that the video as a whole is way worse quality than either cam, because Amazon down-scaled the video when I uploaded, it, but you can still very clearly see how the quality gets even worse when the framerate changes. 3A webcam that possesses the same capabilities as one from nearly 20 years ago. I will say this camera has great quality, and would recommend it to a friend. but only after a proper disclaimer.My old camera was having FPS issues so I looked into this camera for streaming:Both issues I had with this camera were the Chroma kea (background replacement) 'feature' included with this 'package'.To be honest, at base price, you are only paying for a basic webcam, NOT the background replacement or Xplit software. I wish I knew this purchasing this camera.Issue 1: Chroma kea software-The 'ChromaCam' software is absolute garbage. its an extra $30 to remove the a giant scrolling 'ChromaCam' Logo above your image. with a green screen and a lower priced camera, you can achieve this effect without a giant advertisement over your image. That is not Streamer-ready. It would be an embarrassment to present a live stream with a giant "ChromaCam" logo above your image.Issue 2: High CPU use from ChromaCam-The background replacement is enough to crash my gaming computer.On OBSUsing this as normal webcam: 1-5% CPUUsing ChromaCam (background replacement) software: 50-60% CPU !!My games crash while using this thing. this should be mentioned.About the Image: That watermark ruined this purchase. The image i posted is unacceptable for live streaming. Sorry; i dont wish to bombard my viewers with advertisements.What would help?: again, the using a green screen and OBS seems to be the real way to go. this camera could come with similar software or instructions, that would really help. I learned how to use this thing from Reddit. but you could do this all for a lesser price.(A: I know how chroma kea and green screen works, I studied audio/video and consider myself an expert in the subject. this effect can be achieved by almost any webcam on OBS)(B: I rated this high, in hopes that more people would see this post)So..I'm basically stuck with a webcam that possesses the same capabilities as the one from nearly 20 years ago. 1Great but read this if using with OBS This is a pretty great camera. I would give it 5 stars but I haven't had it that long so fully test it, so I may change that in the future. One VERY important thing to know about this camera is that if you are using it with OBS, particularly with a Mac, if you are getting a bad quality picture you have to go into the "properties" of the camera in OBS and un-check the "use presets" box. Than set your frame rate and resolution. I spent hours trying to figure this out, so I figured I would pass that on.This camera can clip onto your monitor/laptop or you can easily mount it on a tripod. 4... but I have read it may perform a little better in low light I bought this because it was on sale for the same price as the C920 but I had read it may perform a little better in low light. I like to stream games in lower light so I thought I would give it a try. The quality is very, very similar to the C920. In good lighting I would say the quality is identical. With the proper settings in low lighting the C922 is very slightly better performing but you'd almost have to have the two running side by side to see the difference. It isn't night and day and isn't worth spending significantly more money on the C922. For the same price I would say to get the C922 over the C920 due to this alone if not for a very annoying "feature" of the C922 and that is that the camera settings like auto focus, auto light correction, exposure, etc will NOT save. Every single time you run OBS or restart your computer or run whatever program it is you like to use you will have to adjust your camera settings because they go back to default. If you have extremely bright, perfect lighting this is OK but for a camera designed for streamers, a lot of whom tend to stream in lower light, this is a deal breaker. This is not a bug either. A Logitech representative has confirmed this is by design. To me this is about the opposite of what you'd want from a "streaming" webcam. For that issue alone I cannot recommend the C922 over the C920. I did not test out the 60 FPS capability nor the automatic background removal as I got it primarily for the better low light performance and a very large number of users say those other features are not very well implemented so I didn't really care to test them out. Due to the settings not saving and the fact Logitech does not see this as a bug which means it will never be "fixed" I will not be keeping the C922 and will continue to use the tried and true C920 for the foreseeable future. 2Awful support from Logitech As of December 2017 this webcam does NOT work with the Logitech Webcam Software. There's a driver on their website that you install but you're on your own for recording software. I'm okay with that but their driver doesn't allow full control of the webcam like I used to have when I was using the Logitech Webcam Software with my last webcam. I tried e-mailing the Logictech support group and their support terrible. Even in these days of outsourcing this support takes awful to the next level. Your only option is to e-mail them via their website. I submitted a question to them and it took them a full week to respond to me. And when they did respond they either didn't read my question at all or they can't read English because all they did was send me a link to the driver page on their website without even addressing my question. Every time I responded to them it took 6-7 days to get a response.In summary the video quality is pretty good but driver/software is awful and customer support is awful. 1The C922x has too many negatives to recommend. Don't upgrade from your C920 yet. First, I think it's pretty shady that Logitech somehow managed to bury the C922 reviews within the C920 reviews. These are very different cameras that should be reviewed separately. I assume that Logitech has done this intentionally to take advantage of the stellar 920 reviews while also hiding the glaring issues that the 922 has. This is an unscrupulous sales tactic.My review of the C922x PRO STREAM:The GOOD: The video quality is a minor upgrade over the excellent C920. The low light performance is better and it has an overall sharper picture. It truly has fantastic image quality. It advertises two huge upgradesare the ability to record 60FPS (only in 720p) and it has "Background replacement technology" (more on both below)The BAD:-In most of my test recordings, the 60FPS 720p videos look considerably worse than the 30FPS 1080p. It seems possible to get decent 60FPS results with perfect lighting and optimal conditions, so your mileage may vary. I am not a video professional but I'm experienced enough in this field to determine that this camera is not worth the upgrade if 60FPS is your only reason to buy it. The 1080p quality is stellar though, even at 30FPS.-The microphone is just as bad as the c920. It is utterly unusable. Any $10 USB microphone is light-years ahead of this microphone's recording quality. I would expect this level of performance in a $20 budget webcam, but not something at this price. Seriously, unless you literally have no other options, do not use the built-in mic.-The "Background Replacement Technology" is kind of a gimmick. In the right conditions (again, with near-perfect lighting) it might do a good enough job for some people. It doesn't look as accurate as a real green screen but it might suffice if you get your lighting just right. The main issue I have with it is that it has nothing to do with the camera.It's all done in software. You have to download and install a rather large 3rd party application called ChromaCam by Personify. I can only assume that Logitech has some sort of kick-back deal with Personify to use their "technology" but I feel like I've been swindled by Logitech seeing how this software could potentially be used with numerous other cameras if it wasn't locked down by the company. They pretended that this was some sort of revolutionary hardware tech that only Logitech could provide. I really dislike having unnecessary software installed from an unknown company. Most irritating of all, YOU HAVE TO SUPPLY YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS AND LOGIN TO PERSONIFY TO USE THE BACKGROUND REMOVAL FEATURE. I'm not kidding. Totally unacceptable. Shame on you Logitech.The REALLY BAD:-Logitech does not offer software for this device. That's right, the Logitech Webcam Software that millions of people have used for years with every other Logitech webcam (including the c920) does not work with this camera, nor do they offer an alternative. They simply give you drivers and then you are on your own to find a 3rd party application to actually use the camera. Its absurd. I cannot image what possible reason they have to not provide a simple application so you can use the device that you just paid them for. Especially considering how much they're touting the Background Technology. So not I have TWO third-party apps installed to use this camera. WTF?One more thing:You cannot easily connect 2 of these cameras on the same PC without lots of constant tweaking. OBS, xSplit, and other applications with see both cameras but adjusting the settings requires you to unplug them one-by-one and change settings as you plug them back in. I find myself doing this quite a bit as my lighting conditions and subjects are rarely the same. This had no bearing on my rating of this device as Logitech has never explicitly advertised this functionality, but I feel it's worth mentioning in my review. 2Disappointing - uses native drivers on Win10 Running Windows 10 v1079.I have spent 2 days trying to interface this camera with Xsplit and cannot get it to work (Xsplit is the app logitech even gives you a 6 month code for - so you would expect it to work??)The camera works in the default camera app of Win10 and YouTube streaming, but Xsplit does not see the camera.ChromaCam (the green screen software) crashes, continually when trying to launch the 922 - other cameras are detected without issue on the same workstation.I followed several tutorials on regkey & dcom settings to change as a workaround, but none of them helped. ChromaCam needs Xsplit for the "green screen" functionality, otherwise this is just another webcam..I will update my review if I can ever get this working. Setting up a webcam shouldn't be this difficult. 1
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