Razer has announced the amped-up version of its webcam, the Razer Kiyo Pro packed with additional sensors to give gamers and streamers the best video capturing experience ever.
It now features an adaptive light sensor paired with a super-sensitive Type 1/2.8 CMOS sensor with STARVIS typically used by CCTVs to track ambient light intensity and automatically adjusting its light ring to provide a light source that is well suited for both video conferencing and streaming.
Capable of delivering uncompressed 1080p footage in 60FPS or 30FPS in HDR mode, the processing algorithm also corrects any under and overexposed areas to display vibrant colors and the correct brightness. 3 field of view (FOV) angles are available: 103°, 90°, or 80° which could cover up a large area for group photos or good enough for headshot views.
With flexible mounting options for monitor, tabletop, or tripod mounting, position it anywhere to suit the angle for your footage with the 16bit, omnidirectional stereo microphone array ensures all participants’ voices are picked up. The connection and port are USB 3.0 with 5Gbps signals with an included privacy cover to protect the lens and user privacy.