Logitech's C922 Pro has great video quality at 1080p 30FPS, and it actually takes surprisingly sharp video with very little noise. I noticed that the quality increased if you tweaked the camera settings to your environment. In particular, when overall sharpness was increased, I saw a massive difference in the video it was displaying (explained in Software Setup).
On the other hand, at 720p 60FPS, I noticed a massive drop in overall quality. It seems the C922 Pro is adding strong noise reduction to the video, making everything seen in the video smooth and less defined. This only happens when 60FPS is enabled and makes sense for users in low lighting that require a noise reduction but doesn't make sense for users who already have great lighting.
I couldn't find a way to fix this issue despite all the tweaking I did in the camera's setting. So, this is certainly a considerable downside for users looking to maintain quality streaming at 720p 60FPS.
Moving onto the build quality of the C922 Pro, Logitech has done a fantastic job with the materials used on this webcam. Even though it's made out of plastic, it feels strong, durable, reasonably weighty, and pleasant to touch. The hinges I previously mentioned are my favorite part of the design. They have been made exceptionally well, and when pulling them backward and forwards, you can feel strong resistance, reinforcing the excellent build quality.
The hinges work as intended, and I can't really think of that many monitors that the C922 Pro wouldn't fit onto. My only concern would be if you owned a monitor that has an ultra-thin bezel, as you don't want the C922 Pro rubbing up against your display panel. Other than those downsides I mentioned above, the C922 Pro is a fantastic streaming camera for any entry-level streamer looking to jump into the streaming game.
Last updated: Dec 5, 2019 at 06:11 am CST
- Page 1 [Introduction]
- Page 2 [Close-up & Specifications]
- Page 3 [Use Case & Video/Build Quality]
- Page 4 [Software Setup]
- Page 5 [What's Hot, What's Not, and Final Thoughts]