Logitech’s rotating webcam for creative streamers will cost $350/Hab

Logitech’s rotating webcam for creative streamers will cost $350/Hab

The show-and-tell webcam, designed for creative streamers, artists and teachers, will cost $350. Sales of the device will start in the summer of 2024.

In November, Logitech launched a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo for the Logitech Reach to “get invaluable information about how the camera can be used in different environments.” As part of the campaign, the price was expected to be $399.

Unlike a traditional webcam, which is designed to sit statically on a monitor or laptop, the Reach is a Logitech StreamCam 1080p 60 fps camera on an articulated arm. The idea is that the user will be able to freely point the camera not only at his face, but also, for example, at his desk to show what is on it. Logitech notes that the novelty will be useful, mainly, to streamers of a creative orientation.

“Whether you’re a creator, teacher, gamer, streamer, or designer, this camera is for you!” writes Logitech.

Logitech StreamCam, which became the basis of Logitech Reach, was released in 2020. Among its features:

  • viewing angle 78 °;

  • automatic focus and exposure, automatic frame alignment;

  • identity recognition;

  • two microphones with the function of stereo recording or double monophonic recording;

  • compatibility with operating systems Mac OS X, Windows 10;

  • vertical Full HD recording for mobile devices.

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