• Logitech C930e 1080P HD Video Webcam - 90-Degree Extended View, Microsoft Lync 2013 and Skype Certified
  • Logitech C930e 1080P HD Video Webcam - 90-Degree Extended View, Microsoft Lync 2013 and Skype Certified
  • Logitech C930e 1080P HD Video Webcam - 90-Degree Extended View, Microsoft Lync 2013 and Skype Certified
  • Logitech C930e 1080P HD Video Webcam - 90-Degree Extended View, Microsoft Lync 2013 and Skype Certified
  • Logitech C930e 1080P HD Video Webcam - 90-Degree Extended View, Microsoft Lync 2013 and Skype Certified
  • Logitech C930e 1080P HD Video Webcam - 90-Degree Extended View, Microsoft Lync 2013 and Skype Certified
  • Logitech C930e 1080P HD Video Webcam - 90-Degree Extended View, Microsoft Lync 2013 and Skype Certified
Logitech C930e 1080P HD Video Webcam - 90-Degree Extended View, Microsoft Lync 2013 and Skype Certified
Logitech C930e 1080P HD Video Webcam - 90-Degree Extended View, Microsoft Lync 2013 and Skype Certified
Logitech C930e 1080P HD Video Webcam - 90-Degree Extended View, Microsoft Lync 2013 and Skype Certified
Logitech C930e 1080P HD Video Webcam - 90-Degree Extended View, Microsoft Lync 2013 and Skype Certified
Logitech C930e 1080P HD Video Webcam - 90-Degree Extended View, Microsoft Lync 2013 and Skype Certified
Logitech C930e 1080P HD Video Webcam - 90-Degree Extended View, Microsoft Lync 2013 and Skype Certified
Logitech C930e 1080P HD Video Webcam - 90-Degree Extended View, Microsoft Lync 2013 and Skype Certified

Logitech C930e 1080P HD Video Webcam - 90-Degree Extended View, Microsoft Lync 2013 and Skype Certified

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  • Business Grade Hd Video Webcam: Full 1080P Hd Video At 30 Frames Per Second For High Quality Video Conferences On Pc Or Mac
  • Widest Field Of View: 90-Degree Extended View Plus Pan, Tilt And 4X Digital Zoom; Perfect For Whiteboard Presentations And Product Demos. Tripod-ready universal clip fits laptops, LCD, or CRT monitors
  • Uvc H.264 Encoding: Frees Up System Bandwidth And Delivers A Smoother Video Stream By Putting Video Processing In The Camera; Optional Camera Settings application for control of pan, tilt, and zoom
  • Plug-and-play compatibility: Certified for Microsoft Lync 2013 and Skype; compatible with most UC and web conferencing applications
  • This business product comes in brown box and does not ship with retail software (e.g. the Logitech Webcam Software found in the retail product, for example in Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920)

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Poor color and fuzzy compared to C920. The picture has poor color fidelity.Unfortunately Logitech doesn't even supply drivers for this cam.You are stuck with with generic drivers.It is an orphan.The color controls they give you are unable to get rid of pink yellow undertones.The camera control upgraded software does nothing to correct this camera's problems.Also the video encoding for the web doesn't function nearly as well as the simpler Model C920.When I look at what how the image appears on the web it is pretty fuzzy compared to the C920.It only looks sharp on my monitor NOT as it looks to other people on the Web.(I opened up another page and viewed the image and the C920 will deliver a better result on the web even if it is not as sharp looking on my own monitor.)So...don't waste your money on this one, buy the C920.It's cheaper and has drivers and looks better.OK? 1Great Webcam! It is way superior to integrated / inbuilt webcam. This webcam is better than laptops integrated webcam. Before I bought this webcam, I did a thorough search about the video quality of this webcam and I found that it is a favorite webcam for many vloggers and gamers. Its full HD and wide angle. Its view angle is much wider than laptop inbuilt/ integrated webcam and video quality is way superior to laptop s inbuilt webcam s video quality. OK, just to clarify, its a decent laptop. Its Lenovo Legion Y520..Now the next best part the webcam has integrated microphone as well. The microphone in webcam is way better than the microphone on the laptop. Basically this one purchase, upgrades both your webcam as well as microphone. Microphone is good enough for video chats like skype or hangout. It is not good enough if you want to use it for vlogging or recording / streaming gameplays but again it is not meant to be a pro microphone, it s the best webcam and reasonably decent microphone for home use..You can find great comparison videos on Youtube:- To look at sound comparison Video of C930e with inbuilt/ integrated microphone, just lookup - "Multiple microphone unboxing and sound test".I appreciate your taking time out to read this reviewThank you!.1DoctorGenius 5Amazing webcam for streaming or even recording headshot video for other purposes... This is an absolutely amazing webcam. I make online training courses. I record "head shot" videos to intro and then picture in picture over the screen grab. My laptop webcam was so lame that it was unusable. I tried to use my Sony a6000 but it was a royal pain to futz with and get it positioned etc. With this Logitech webcam I can set it up, then zoom and pan as needed to get my squarely in the shot. It is a breeze to set up with OBS Studio. I have used it with Adobe Premiere Elements also. The OBS Studio is very easy though, and free!! I set up OBS to save as MP4 file. You can also use it if you want to stream like on Twitch with the webcam as a picture in picture on side.The video is clean and crisp. The resolution is amazing. Even though you are doing digital zoom and pan with this you still get amazing video quality when zoomed in. The mic is OK... but it is a webcam mic, and will be quite distant to you. So if you want good audio plan on using an external USB mic of some sort. That will always get you much better audio. You don't have to spend a load on a Blue Yeti or something... although those are nice. 5Works great for video conferencing Step 1: Order this cameraStep 2: Download the Logitech Camera software from LogitechAnyone complaining about this camera hasn't done step 2. You really need the software to get the most out of this camera. I'm using it with a Mac, and it works flawlessly. The software will allow you to pan, tilt, and zoom, all on the fly while using the camera. While it does have a wide field of view by default, zooming in can narrow it to your liking. Works great for video conferencing.Audio pickup is very good - no issues so far. The dual microphone does a good job of blocking background noise and delivering clear audio. 5Plus and Minus from the C920 I have had a C920 for awhile, and it is quite good. It's used 24/7 as a camera to run surveillance video of the front gate in conjunction with Contacam. But, the C930e promises sharper video resolution and being a couple of years newer, it seemed like a good upgrade.Also, I did read many of the comments in advance of purchase. Here's a few other things you should know, particularly when compared to the C920:* With the C930e you basically download the drivers and a camera controller. You do NOT get the Logitech Webcam Software (LWS) as a "recommended" installation. Their intent is that you are already using top-grade "BUSINESS' software, so you won't really need the LWS. This is notable because the LWS has the quick snapshot program with allows you to take still photos or run video/sound and save it. Without LWS and without "business software" there is no method to record video/audio.* I re-installed the LWS on the computer. There are warnings when you install it that "most" of the features from LWS will not be available with the C930e, but you can "skip" them. When complete, there aren't too many that I've found missing -- except one rather important feature: When using a C920, one can deactivate the camera LED. With the C930e, however, those radio buttons do not exist -- you are stuck with the dual-edged halo. Not a huge deal in many cases, but I do NOT want the light shining all night long toward the gate -- sort of ruins the "surveillance" part of "surveillance video." I will probably cover the two LED slivers with electrical tape.* Video/audio quality: Seems better. I haven't tried a variety of background colors and much movement, but will assess that later. On initial view, it looks favorable.* Knowing what I do now, I probably would have bought a second C920 instead of the C930e. At this point, the C930e has slightly diminished functionality for a minor improvement, with a ~$20 - $30 premium. It's all shiny and new-car-smell, but not that much better. 4Very High quality results BUT not always reliable. This is the second update for this review, after having this camera for about 18 months.Unfortunately, I've decided to stop using it and gone back to use the much more reliable older version - the C920.I simply couldn't work around the lack of reliability and the dropped frames, not to mention the jumpy autofocus. I really wanted to like the C930 since on first impression it seemed to have a sharper picture than the C920 and a wider angle. But I just got tired of having to prefor the ritual of unplugging, restarting and head scratching.This is an update after about 9 months of use.I own this camera and the previous model, the Logitech 920. While the 930's picture is sharper and has more depth than the 920, it is often unreliable. Some of the issues include:- Sometimes, the camera flickers between a live feed and a green screen signal. This could be a defect with my particular camera although it's never been dropped or knocked.- Occasionally the camera will not be recognised at all even after several restarts. Sine there is no native software, there's really no way to reset or check the firmware for problems. Then after some time, it will start working again. No ideas why or how.- There's constant adjustment of the autofocus, approximately two or three frames are lost every 60 frames.Here is the original review below. I still stand by it, although with enough time and trials I would say the older model (logitech 920) is more flattering to skin tones and also easier to adjust.The picture quality is awesome and the camera itself is well made. Using it on a Mac mini and Macbook pro for semi-pro video capturing directly on to the hard drive with quicktime.Only reason why it didn't get 5 stars is the auto focus seems a bit jumpy. Every time something moves the camera will try to readjust the focus and you end up with a few frames of defocus before everything becomes sharp again. I get around this by setting the focus to manual. 2Mac OSX 10.8.5 - Like a Champ! I have a Macbook Pro with OSX 10.8.5 and it worked like a Champ straight from the box. I downloaded the APP store software and you can see the video for yourself. 5Superior Image Clarity and Performance Vs. Older Logitech Webcam Device -- Very Happy I bought the Logitech C930e in hopes that it would provide a sharper image and improved performance than my original Logitech QuickCam 9000 Pro. The C930e did not disappoint.I purchased with caution, as I was warned via other websites that, as a "professional" device, the C930e did not include accompanying desktop software and tools to manipulate and customize its behavior, the way that the QuickCam 9000 Pro did. In my case, I needn't have worried: The C930e responds to basic commands from other Logitech webcam client software (note: you don't get much control, but at least you can operate it), and the other software I have that interacts with connected webcams work with the C930e, just fine.I've thus far used the C930e with WebEx, Skype, Camtasia and even ManyCam, with no issues.C930e images are sharper than the QuickCam 9000 (as expected). The C930e's field-of-view is wider (webcam viewers see more of me -- for better or worse ;-) ). Best of all: Because the C930e performs much of the image processing on-board, C930e streams are much more responsive and reliable than were streams from the QuickCam 9000 Pro. Whereas the QuickCam 9000 Pro bogged down my ManyCam software, when I was trying to "virtualize" and combine/mix media streams from multiple devices -- causing substantial video lag, ManyCam now handles C930e video streams with ease.Note that I've not used the C930e's built-in microphones. I understand that the C930e's stereo mic configuration provides enhanced audio capture, but I can't vouch for those capabilities. 5C920 v C925 v C930 I have just bought and tested the Logitech C920, C925 and the C930. The Webcams are primarily used for VC for business discussions and have been used in single person and also with group VC calls. Key points after using all 3 are:C920 : Lowest price, good video and sound quality, angle 78 degreesC925: Mid price -clear video and sound quality, angle 78 degrees - sharper than C920 and C930C930: Highest price sharper than C920 but not as sharp as C925. Much wider at 90degrees -- much wider at 90 degrees - for my use this was the best for VC's where we have 4 people around the table - the wider angle makes a clear differenceI would recommend the C930 for group video calls as the 90 degrees makes a huge difference. Between C930 and C925 the picture frankly is very similar and the key is the angle coverage. On the C920 - it's a price game - $20 lower for lower video quality. 5At my wits end with Logitech! My experience was a rip off and huge waste of time.... Supposedly, it supports 3.0 USB. It says it on the box! I can t get this camera or any other Logitech camera to work on my MS Surface Pro 3. What is the matter with these cameras or what am I doing wrong?Software is installed, device manager recognizes it, but can t get it to come on and keep getting this stupid error when I try and troubleshoot. LOGITECH, HELP!***Update as of 2-22-2019***A Logitech specialist responded to my online troubleshooting submission. He sent me a link to download Logi Capture - it's clear that no one reads, or is able to read, any request they receive. Logitech is a joke!***Update as of 2-27-2019***My 4th or so response from Logitech... grammatical errors and all (all correspondence did):"Thank you for the response. For this, it seems it is already hide and the LWS still not installing, I am afraid that the LWS is not compatible to your computer. For this, you can try to use OBS for video and webcam toy for capturing pictures."In laymen's terms, their software is useless... 1
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Poor color and fuzzy compared to C920. The picture has poor color fidelity.Unfortunately Logitech doesn't even supply drivers for this cam.You are stuck with with generic drivers.It is an orphan.The color controls they give you are unable to get rid of pink yellow undertones.The camera control upgraded software does nothing to correct this camera's problems.Also the video encoding for the web doesn't function nearly as well as the simpler Model C920.When I look at what how the image appears on the web it is pretty fuzzy compared to the C920.It only looks sharp on my monitor NOT as it looks to other people on the Web.(I opened up another page and viewed the image and the C920 will deliver a better result on the web even if it is not as sharp looking on my own monitor.)So...don't waste your money on this one, buy the C920.It's cheaper and has drivers and looks better.OK? 1Great Webcam! It is way superior to integrated / inbuilt webcam. This webcam is better than laptops integrated webcam. Before I bought this webcam, I did a thorough search about the video quality of this webcam and I found that it is a favorite webcam for many vloggers and gamers. Its full HD and wide angle. Its view angle is much wider than laptop inbuilt/ integrated webcam and video quality is way superior to laptop s inbuilt webcam s video quality. OK, just to clarify, its a decent laptop. Its Lenovo Legion Y520..Now the next best part the webcam has integrated microphone as well. The microphone in webcam is way better than the microphone on the laptop. Basically this one purchase, upgrades both your webcam as well as microphone. Microphone is good enough for video chats like skype or hangout. It is not good enough if you want to use it for vlogging or recording / streaming gameplays but again it is not meant to be a pro microphone, it s the best webcam and reasonably decent microphone for home use..You can find great comparison videos on Youtube:- To look at sound comparison Video of C930e with inbuilt/ integrated microphone, just lookup - "Multiple microphone unboxing and sound test".I appreciate your taking time out to read this reviewThank you!.1DoctorGenius 5Amazing webcam for streaming or even recording headshot video for other purposes... This is an absolutely amazing webcam. I make online training courses. I record "head shot" videos to intro and then picture in picture over the screen grab. My laptop webcam was so lame that it was unusable. I tried to use my Sony a6000 but it was a royal pain to futz with and get it positioned etc. With this Logitech webcam I can set it up, then zoom and pan as needed to get my squarely in the shot. It is a breeze to set up with OBS Studio. I have used it with Adobe Premiere Elements also. The OBS Studio is very easy though, and free!! I set up OBS to save as MP4 file. You can also use it if you want to stream like on Twitch with the webcam as a picture in picture on side.The video is clean and crisp. The resolution is amazing. Even though you are doing digital zoom and pan with this you still get amazing video quality when zoomed in. The mic is OK... but it is a webcam mic, and will be quite distant to you. So if you want good audio plan on using an external USB mic of some sort. That will always get you much better audio. You don't have to spend a load on a Blue Yeti or something... although those are nice. 5Works great for video conferencing Step 1: Order this cameraStep 2: Download the Logitech Camera software from LogitechAnyone complaining about this camera hasn't done step 2. You really need the software to get the most out of this camera. I'm using it with a Mac, and it works flawlessly. The software will allow you to pan, tilt, and zoom, all on the fly while using the camera. While it does have a wide field of view by default, zooming in can narrow it to your liking. Works great for video conferencing.Audio pickup is very good - no issues so far. The dual microphone does a good job of blocking background noise and delivering clear audio. 5Plus and Minus from the C920 I have had a C920 for awhile, and it is quite good. It's used 24/7 as a camera to run surveillance video of the front gate in conjunction with Contacam. But, the C930e promises sharper video resolution and being a couple of years newer, it seemed like a good upgrade.Also, I did read many of the comments in advance of purchase. Here's a few other things you should know, particularly when compared to the C920:* With the C930e you basically download the drivers and a camera controller. You do NOT get the Logitech Webcam Software (LWS) as a "recommended" installation. Their intent is that you are already using top-grade "BUSINESS' software, so you won't really need the LWS. This is notable because the LWS has the quick snapshot program with allows you to take still photos or run video/sound and save it. Without LWS and without "business software" there is no method to record video/audio.* I re-installed the LWS on the computer. There are warnings when you install it that "most" of the features from LWS will not be available with the C930e, but you can "skip" them. When complete, there aren't too many that I've found missing -- except one rather important feature: When using a C920, one can deactivate the camera LED. With the C930e, however, those radio buttons do not exist -- you are stuck with the dual-edged halo. Not a huge deal in many cases, but I do NOT want the light shining all night long toward the gate -- sort of ruins the "surveillance" part of "surveillance video." I will probably cover the two LED slivers with electrical tape.* Video/audio quality: Seems better. I haven't tried a variety of background colors and much movement, but will assess that later. On initial view, it looks favorable.* Knowing what I do now, I probably would have bought a second C920 instead of the C930e. At this point, the C930e has slightly diminished functionality for a minor improvement, with a ~$20 - $30 premium. It's all shiny and new-car-smell, but not that much better. 4Very High quality results BUT not always reliable. This is the second update for this review, after having this camera for about 18 months.Unfortunately, I've decided to stop using it and gone back to use the much more reliable older version - the C920.I simply couldn't work around the lack of reliability and the dropped frames, not to mention the jumpy autofocus. I really wanted to like the C930 since on first impression it seemed to have a sharper picture than the C920 and a wider angle. But I just got tired of having to prefor the ritual of unplugging, restarting and head scratching.This is an update after about 9 months of use.I own this camera and the previous model, the Logitech 920. While the 930's picture is sharper and has more depth than the 920, it is often unreliable. Some of the issues include:- Sometimes, the camera flickers between a live feed and a green screen signal. This could be a defect with my particular camera although it's never been dropped or knocked.- Occasionally the camera will not be recognised at all even after several restarts. Sine there is no native software, there's really no way to reset or check the firmware for problems. Then after some time, it will start working again. No ideas why or how.- There's constant adjustment of the autofocus, approximately two or three frames are lost every 60 frames.Here is the original review below. I still stand by it, although with enough time and trials I would say the older model (logitech 920) is more flattering to skin tones and also easier to adjust.The picture quality is awesome and the camera itself is well made. Using it on a Mac mini and Macbook pro for semi-pro video capturing directly on to the hard drive with quicktime.Only reason why it didn't get 5 stars is the auto focus seems a bit jumpy. Every time something moves the camera will try to readjust the focus and you end up with a few frames of defocus before everything becomes sharp again. I get around this by setting the focus to manual. 2Mac OSX 10.8.5 - Like a Champ! I have a Macbook Pro with OSX 10.8.5 and it worked like a Champ straight from the box. I downloaded the APP store software and you can see the video for yourself. 5Superior Image Clarity and Performance Vs. Older Logitech Webcam Device -- Very Happy I bought the Logitech C930e in hopes that it would provide a sharper image and improved performance than my original Logitech QuickCam 9000 Pro. The C930e did not disappoint.I purchased with caution, as I was warned via other websites that, as a "professional" device, the C930e did not include accompanying desktop software and tools to manipulate and customize its behavior, the way that the QuickCam 9000 Pro did. In my case, I needn't have worried: The C930e responds to basic commands from other Logitech webcam client software (note: you don't get much control, but at least you can operate it), and the other software I have that interacts with connected webcams work with the C930e, just fine.I've thus far used the C930e with WebEx, Skype, Camtasia and even ManyCam, with no issues.C930e images are sharper than the QuickCam 9000 (as expected). The C930e's field-of-view is wider (webcam viewers see more of me -- for better or worse ;-) ). Best of all: Because the C930e performs much of the image processing on-board, C930e streams are much more responsive and reliable than were streams from the QuickCam 9000 Pro. Whereas the QuickCam 9000 Pro bogged down my ManyCam software, when I was trying to "virtualize" and combine/mix media streams from multiple devices -- causing substantial video lag, ManyCam now handles C930e video streams with ease.Note that I've not used the C930e's built-in microphones. I understand that the C930e's stereo mic configuration provides enhanced audio capture, but I can't vouch for those capabilities. 5C920 v C925 v C930 I have just bought and tested the Logitech C920, C925 and the C930. The Webcams are primarily used for VC for business discussions and have been used in single person and also with group VC calls. Key points after using all 3 are:C920 : Lowest price, good video and sound quality, angle 78 degreesC925: Mid price -clear video and sound quality, angle 78 degrees - sharper than C920 and C930C930: Highest price sharper than C920 but not as sharp as C925. Much wider at 90degrees -- much wider at 90 degrees - for my use this was the best for VC's where we have 4 people around the table - the wider angle makes a clear differenceI would recommend the C930 for group video calls as the 90 degrees makes a huge difference. Between C930 and C925 the picture frankly is very similar and the key is the angle coverage. On the C920 - it's a price game - $20 lower for lower video quality. 5At my wits end with Logitech! My experience was a rip off and huge waste of time.... Supposedly, it supports 3.0 USB. It says it on the box! I can t get this camera or any other Logitech camera to work on my MS Surface Pro 3. What is the matter with these cameras or what am I doing wrong?Software is installed, device manager recognizes it, but can t get it to come on and keep getting this stupid error when I try and troubleshoot. LOGITECH, HELP!***Update as of 2-22-2019***A Logitech specialist responded to my online troubleshooting submission. He sent me a link to download Logi Capture - it's clear that no one reads, or is able to read, any request they receive. Logitech is a joke!***Update as of 2-27-2019***My 4th or so response from Logitech... grammatical errors and all (all correspondence did):"Thank you for the response. For this, it seems it is already hide and the LWS still not installing, I am afraid that the LWS is not compatible to your computer. For this, you can try to use OBS for video and webcam toy for capturing pictures."In laymen's terms, their software is useless... 1
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