Unfortunately, the Logitech C922 Pro arrived with some damage to the packaging. Other than the little tears and cardboard deformities, the C922 Pro packaging is simple and effective.
On this side of the box, we get an example of what the camera looks like while mounted on the provided tripod.
On the back, we get a shortlist of the specifications when compared to Logitech's previous-generation models, such as the C920 and the C615.
The final side of the box shows what operating system the camera supports, what software is recommended to use it with, and what's included in the box.
Here we have a picture of the tripod. It measures in at just 11cm without the C922 Pro attached to it.
Above, we have a front-on view of the C922 Pro showcasing its lens as well as its HD 1080p support.
Next, we have a side-on view.
It should be noted that there are three hinges; one to tilt the camera up and down, another on its body for positioning against your monitor, and a third to ensure the entire webcam is sitting flush with your monitor.
Finally, there is a screw mount on the bottom for the tripod, as seen above.
The above specifications have been taken from the official Logitech site, a link to that can be found here.
Last updated: Dec 5, 2019 at 06:11 am CST
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