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Razer Kiyo Pro Streaming Webcam: Full HD 1080p 60FPS – Adaptive Light Sensor – HDR-Enabled – Wide-Angle Lens with Adjustable FOV – Works with Zoom/Teams/Skype for Conferencing and Video Calling

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Original price was: $199.99.Current price is: $280.79. BZD

– 53% Amazon.com ★★★★★ Razer Kiyo Pro Streaming Webcam: Full HD 1080p 60FPS – Adaptive Light Sensor… $92.35 $199.99  See it UNCOMPRESSED FULL HD 1080P WEBCAM — Experience smooth and vibrant professional quality with the highest fidelity through uncompressed Full HD 1080p 60FPS video. Works great for streaming, gaming, recording, video calling, conferencing, and online […]

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  • UNCOMPRESSED FULL HD 1080P WEBCAM — Experience smooth and vibrant professional quality with the highest fidelity through uncompressed Full HD 1080p 60FPS video. Works great for streaming, gaming, recording, video calling, conferencing, and online school. Field of View 103°, 90°, 80°. Sensitivity: -38 dB. Audio Codec: 16 bit 48 kHz. Sensitivity: -38db
  • UNCOMPRESSED FULL HD 1080P WEBCAM — Experience smooth and vibrant professional quality with the highest fidelity through uncompressed Full HD 1080p 60FPS video. Works great for streaming, gaming, recording, video calling, conferencing, and online school. Field of View 103°, 90°, 80°. Sensitivity: -38 dB. Audio Codec: 16 bit 48 kHz. Sensitivity: -38db
  • SUPERIOR LOW-LIGHT PERFORMANCE — Reduces graininess and brings out details to show the person in the best light even in darker environments. The Razer Kiyo Pro’s light sensor performs better in more conditions compared to 4K webcams, which rely on professional lighting gear to achieve the same result
  • HDR-ENABLED — Make the stream pop with a full spectrum of vibrant colors by activating HDR at 30FPS, which ramps up the video’s dynamic range while correcting over and underexposed areas
  • WIDE-ANGLE LENS WITH ADJUSTABLE FOV — Find the right amount of visual space need to display on camera with a large aperture, wide-angle lens that can be customized across three field-of-view options using Razer Synapse
  • PLUG AND PLAY — Features a lightning-fast USB 3.0 connection that delivers a powerful 5GB/s camera signal for maximum video performance without any compression
  • COMPATIBILITY — Streamlabs certified and works with popular platforms like OBS, XSplit Twitch, YouTube, Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Skype. Cable Length: 1.5 meters braided cable

Specification: Razer Kiyo Pro Streaming Webcam: Full HD 1080p 60FPS – Adaptive Light Sensor – HDR-Enabled – Wide-Angle Lens with Adjustable FOV – Works with Zoom/Teams/Skype for Conferencing and Video Calling

Product Dimensions

2.71 x 2.71 x 1.91 inches

Item Weight (ounces)

6.9

ASIN

B08T1MWX6J

Item model number

RZ19-03640100-R3U1

Batteries

1 Lithium Ion batteries required.

Date First Available

February 23, 2021

Manufacturer

Razer

Country of Origin

China

8 reviews for Razer Kiyo Pro Streaming Webcam: Full HD 1080p 60FPS – Adaptive Light Sensor – HDR-Enabled – Wide-Angle Lens with Adjustable FOV – Works with Zoom/Teams/Skype for Conferencing and Video Calling

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  1. Amazon Customer

    In short, it’s a good webcam. I’m very happy with it — no regrets. If you can get it at a reasonable price within your budget, do it. It’s better than the Logitech Streamcam.In a little more detail, watch the reviews on YouTube. They will give you a side-by-side comparison of how the Kiyo Pro looks out of the box against its competitors (like the Logitech Streamcam [which is USB-C which may present compatibility issues]).I’m very satisfied with the purchase and the use of the camera. The original price on Amazon.ca (in Canada) was $230CAD. I would not pay $230CAD. I got it for $150CAD during the Black Friday sale. $150CAD is reasonable given the quality of the Kiyo Pro, especially since the Logitech Streamcam was the same price at the time (also $150CAD).I rated it four stars for “Camera quality” because it has great video quality right out of the box, the HDR mode enhances the picture, and there’s the option of different fields of view (FOV). I didn’t give it five stars because that would be a DSLR or mirrorless camera that deserves five stars.I rated it four stars for “Value for money” because, for the Black Friday sale price of $150CAD, it’s a fair deal. For the original price of $230CAD, I suggest that the Kiyo Pro is overpriced because there are many other things we can do with $230CAD.I rated it three stars for “Auto focus” because I don’t think the autofocus is that good compared to the Logitech Streamcam. The autofocus is by far the Kiyo Pro’s greatest criticism. It’s important to note that I have barely used the autofocus because most YouTube reviews have shown that the autofocus is horrible. There are many other reviews that say that they couldn’t download the update from Razer that helps with the autofocus issues. I believe those reviews are outdated. I had no problem downloading and updating the firmware from Razer. I tested the authofocus with the updated firmware and will leave the autofocus on for my next livestream because I’m confident in its ability.Overall, I think you’ll be pleased with the picture quality and ease of use. It was truly plug-and-play. The price seems to be the dealbreaker for most people. Watch the YouTube videos and you’ll be able to see how good of a choice the Kiyo Pro is compared to other webcams.

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  2. kenneth irwin

    Superb camera

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  3. Raj Nadar

    You are buying from a vendor who’s not a registered reseller according to Razer. My camera stopped working after a couple of months, and I learn this is not covered under warranty because of who I bought it from, I’m assuming amazon can’t help either but I’ll try.

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  4. Amazon Customer

    . Bought camera so my video calls on Zoom and MS Teams would look better. Camera does output sharp 1080p video, but the Zoom and MS Teams video conferencing apps downscales your video to a crappy resolution and bitrate. So the camera did not meet my needs, sadly.Pros:- Solid construction- Manual zoom capability addresses any issues you have have with autofocus.- HDR works well.- Low light performance is outstanding !- Has tripod mount, nice.Cons:- Camera can be placed on top of your monitor, but it is a little heavy.- Synapse Software used to control camera comes with too much bloatware. I am ok with having to install a custom app for the camera, but I don’t need it to install several services on my PC that hogs RAM and eats CPU when the camera is not connected. Also, do I really need a “Game Manager” service on my work PC?- Does not improve video quality of your Zoom or MS Teams meetings. Yes, your image will be brighter compared to cheap webcams, but it will still appear at whatever resolution and bit rate Zoom or MS Teams downscales your video to. So there will not be much of an improvement there.Conclusion:I bought camera to improve Zoom and MS Teams video conferencing quality, but it did not help for reasons outside the camera’s control. Had to return because in the end of the day the video quality during Zoom or MS Teams conference calls was not much better than what my cheap Logitech video camera outputs.

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  5. ShakalsGG

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  6. Emyn

    Es la mejor calidad precio, se ve muy estética, el material es de mejor calidad que cualquiera otra que compares.La elegí en lugar de las Logitech por su calidad y por estética, además por su tapa de privacidad que no mejora la calidad pero si le da un plus. El software de Razer esta ok, fácil de entender y de configurar.El micrófono es malo como el de cualquier otra cámara de precio superior así que nada que decir, no está hecha para ser usada con micrófono, daría igual si no lo tuviera.¡¡¡CUIDADO!!! Al inicio me pasaba que la cámara dejaba de ser detectada por mi PC y tenía que desconectarla y volverla a conectar, o incluso reiniciar el equipo para que funcionara de nuevo.

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  7. Bailey

    . Do not buy this camera. This camera became the bane of my existence the instant it entered my life. I originally bought this camera because it was marketed to be easy to use, plug and play. IT IS NOT.Here is the sequence of events:Recive the camera in the mail, the box itself had good weight to it, turns out 90% of the weight of the camera is from the mount. The camera itself weighs no more than an empty soda can.Plug in camera and open Razer Synapse. Camera is not being detected. Great. (I then try every single one of my other usb slots, 2.0, 3.0, 3.2). Nothing. OK. Restart computer? It’s now being detected in the devices menu, but when I turn on the preiveiw for the camera nothing comes up but a grey screen. So I close synapse and go to google for trouble-shooting.Initiate trouble-shooting rabbit hole.I found out I might have the wrong version of synapse, so I uninstall it and reinstall Synapse 3. Restart computer for good luck. Open Synapse. Camera is popping up in devices *yay!*. Camera preview is working and I can see my beautiful face finally. I’m able to refine the settings and get the image to look pretty good, and enter a discord call to show my tech buddies my new toy.The webcam works for 3 seconds and then freezes indefinetly.More trouble-shooting ensues.I find out the webcam might need a firmware update. No problem. I do that, all is well. Restart computer for some more good luck. Camera preview in Synapse looks great. Enter Discord call, camera cannot be detected. Fine.You guessed it, more trouble-shooting.I find out that the discord application has webcam issues itself, so maybe I shouldn’t be so hard on the camera and try to fix discord problems that are affecting the webcam. Touble-shoot that stuff and it doesn’t fix anything.From there I test the camera in OBS studio, and Twitch. Same problems of either being hard to detect or freezing indefinetly.And now, I am here.Reading into other reviews, it seems like I’m not the only one experiencing these issues/similar ones. I really wanted to like this camera. It has a sleek design and was marketed to be convinient and easy to use. I also really liked that it connected directly to Razer Synapse. The camera also looks great for the couple seconds it works, giving me a taste of whats its capable of but not letting me have it. I don’t personally believe I can do anything more on my end that I haven’t tried multiple times over already to fix this. I hope my review can help you decide if you’re willing to take on this headache of a webcam, or choose another brand like I will be.

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  8. JC

    . The Razer Kiyo Pro Streaming Webcam is a standout performer in the realm of webcams, catering to the needs of both streamers and professionals engaged in video conferencing. Delivering Full HD 1080p resolution at a silky-smooth 60 frames per second, it ensures crisp and clear video quality, capturing every detail with precision.One of the notable features is the adaptive light sensor, which intelligently adjusts to different lighting conditions, providing optimal brightness for your video feed. The HDR-enabled capability enhances image quality by balancing exposure, delivering vibrant and lifelike visuals. This is particularly advantageous for those looking to make a strong impression in video calls or streaming environments.The wide-angle lens with adjustable field of view (FOV) is a game-changer, allowing users to customize their shot for various scenarios. Whether you’re conducting a conference call or streaming content, this flexibility ensures that you can frame yourself or your surroundings perfectly.Compatibility is seamless with popular video conferencing platforms like Zoom, Teams, and Skype, ensuring a hassle-free experience for professional communication. The Razer Kiyo Pro is not only a reliable choice for streamers but also an excellent tool for anyone requiring top-notch video quality in virtual meetings.In conclusion, the Razer Kiyo Pro Streaming Webcam stands out with its Full HD 1080p 60FPS, adaptive light sensor, HDR capability, and customizable FOV. It’s a versatile and high-performance webcam that caters to the demands of both content creators and professionals engaged in virtual communication, making it a worthwhile investment for those seeking superior video quality.

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