Logitech BRIO – Ultra HD Webcam for Video Conferencing, Recording, and Streaming
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Logitech is bringing Ultra HD video quality to their famous webcam line with the brand new BRIO. Equipped with high-tech optics and lenses to help deliver razor-sharp images, the BRIO offers professional-level visuals in one small, easy-to-understand package!
The BRIO is capable of recording, streaming, and calling at full 4k Ultra HD. Clearly see all of the details and colors that pop out on any screen. 1080p and 720p video resolutions are also available. In addition, Logitech’s own RightLight 3 aids in correcting the lighting of your surroundings. It will automatically adjust the image quality to compensate for too much or too little light with High Dynamic Range (HDR) capabilities. Look great no matter where you are!
Additionally, the BRIO’s powerful 5x digital zoom allows you to focus on important things with precision. The BRIO has three different field of view settings to choose from: 65°, 78°, and 90°. This webcam only shows what you want, whether you’re having a private conversation or showing a wider view of your surroundings.
Two omnidirectional microphones amplify your voice in your video call or recordings, allowing you to be heard clearly, while noise-cancelling technology helps filter out any unnecessary sounds. Get only the best video experience without a complicated set-up! This webcam also has great infrared facial recognition capabilities, with the ability to easily distinguish your features thanks to its Ultra HD image quality. This makes it great for fast computer logins with Windows Hello and other facial recognition apps.
The Logitech BRIO is compatible with Windows 7 or later, Mac OS 10.10 and up, Chrome OS, and Cisco. It can be used with most video-calling apps such as Skype, Facetime, Facebook Messenger, Line, ooVoo, and more. The BRIO is certified for Skype for Business and can be used with Microsoft Cortana voice control. Additionally, mounting the webcam in multiple positions is easy thanks to its removable clip. Install it on your monitor or your desk without difficulty. An embedded tripod thread allows you to combine the BRIO with a tripod for flat surfaces.
Powered by a USB 2.0 and 3.0 connection, simply plug the webcam into your computer, and you’ll be good to go. USB 3.0 is required for 4k video output.
- Brand: Logitech
- Model: 960-001105
- Number of items: 1
- Dimensions: 4.00" h x 1.00" w x 1.00" l, .74 pounds
- SPECTACULAR VIDEO QUALITY: A premium glass lens, 4K image sensor, high dynamic range (HDR), and autofocus deliver beautiful, true-to-life video
- LOOK GREAT IN ANY LIGHT: RightLightTM 3 automatically adjusts exposure and contrast to compensate for glare and backlighting
- WINDOWS HELLO CERTIFIED: Powered by both optical and infrared sensors, BRIO delivers fast and secure facial recognition for Windows HelloTM. No need to type a password for Windows 10: simply look into BRIO's lens to login
- HD 5X ZOOM: Digitally zoom, pan, and choose from three field-of-view options while maintaining HD resolution
- ENTERPRISE-READY: Certified for Skype for Business and Cisco, and compatible with popular video meeting apps including Zoom, WebEx, BlueJeans, Facebook Messenger, and more!
Most helpful customer reviews
75 of 82 people found the following review helpful.
Nice image quality for serious Vloggers/Streamers - but carries a premium price.
By Lon J. Seidman
[[VIDEOID:bcfa09d8a34c274da2625f50b7566d81]] The Brio is a nice addition to Logitech's web cam line. They have, for many years, produced some excellent web cams that deliver image quality that far surpass most computer and tablet internal cameras. Image quality is excellent and the built in microphones have decent noise reduction with clear audio.
This new camera adds 4k resolution at 30 frames per second as well as 1080p at 60 frames per second. One thing to note is that you'll want to make sure your computer is fast enough to handle the video output of the device. At times even my quad core i7 laptop struggled when it had other things going on in the background while recording 4k video.
It also can work as a face detection device on Windows 10 for unlocking your computer through Windows Hello.
All in this is a nice webcam and a nice addition to Logitech's line up, but you'll pay a premium for the privilege.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
Doesn't work on Mac
By John Papa
It doesn't work on my MacBook Pro with Sierra macOS. The video never shows up in popular apps like Skype, Hangouts, or Zoom. I tried installing the latest camera software and it worked briefly, then it stopped. Later I tried installing the background changing software, and it never worked after that.
There is an open support issue on this from 3 months ago with no update since then, from Logitech.
For a $180 camera that doesn't show its video, I am extremely disappointed and will look to get my money back.
26 of 31 people found the following review helpful.
Windows Creator Update Breaks Camera, logitech cherfully ignores
Windows Creator update apparently changes the codecs allowed for web cameras (per Logitech in their support forums - have not verified this myself), and so the cameras no longer work in windows 10.
Logitech's official response is "Microsoft will probably release an update in the future, maybe Septemberish, wait for that" (paraphrased)
(see top post on Logitech's web camera forum for reference)
1. I expect a certain level of support form a company I'm buying a top of the line consumer webcam from, and ignoring or missing your fact that your product is straight up broken in the current version of windows is ridiculous.
2. The response - "wait for Microsoft to fix it" seems pretty terrible, considering I have other webcams that work fine.
There is a fix that's floating around the internet - to change the drivers from the Logitech default drivers to a generic USB device - I'm unsure if this has other implications though.
There's certainly culpability on microsoft's side - but if Logitech is going to support windows, they certainly need to support the current version on their flagship product, and not force their customers to randomly google the internet for an issue they should have addressed or ameliorated well before general release. This isn't a corner case, this is literally every single camera.