With the demand for better visual quality for video calls and streaming, Razer is upping their game on the webcam market and giving their Razer Kiyo an upgrade.
Enter the Razer Kiyo Pro, armed with an Adaptive Light Sensor, the new USB camera promises to deliver market-leading image fidelity even in low-light conditions.
Between the streamers and productivity users, Razer strives to create a balance and provide both types of users with vibrant video quality. The core upgrade of this web camera is the advanced Type 1/2.8 CMOS sensor with STARVIS technology. It generates consistent bright and clear imaging whether you’re working from home in a harsh morning setting or streaming in a dimly lit room.
The Razer Kiyo Pro delivers full HD 1080 60 FPS and allows users to opt for an HDR 30 FPS mode that can ramp up their dynamic range to correct under or overexposed areas. It has a wide-angle lens that gives users three choices of fields of view, 103°, 90° or 80°, ideal for group conference calls or engaging headshots for streamers.
It seems like Razer is catering to everyone and giving each target audience some customization to suit their unique needs. The webcam has flexible mounting options, an omni-directional stereo microphone, and utilizes a USB 3.0 connection, an improvement over the Razer Kiyo.
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