The Razer Kiyo Pro Streaming Webcam eliminates the need for specialized lighting, as it has an Adaptive Light Sensor, and you can get one for $149.99 shipped, today only, originally $199.99. Featuring an advanced Type 1/2.8 CMOS sensor with STARVIS technology, which is a back-illuminated pixel technology commonly used in surveillance camera CMOS sensors to create high quality images from visible and near infrared light regions. This means your video conference calls will have a consistently bright, clear image, even under a wide variety of typical work-from-home lighting conditions. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.
- High-Performance Adaptive Light Sensor: The webcam is driven by a larger Type 1,2.8 ultra-sensitive CMOS sensor with STARVIS technology that adapts to any lighting condition, ensuring picture-perfect clarity for any setup
- Uncompressed 1080p 60FPS: With the highest fidelity that comes with uncompressed Full HD 1080p 60FPS video, your stream will be more engaging and natural to watch with smooth, lifelike quality
- HDR-Enabled: Make your stream pop with a full spectrum of vibrant colors by activating HDR at 30FPS, which ramps up your video’s dynamic range while correcting over and underexposed areas
- Wide-angle lens with adjustable FOV: Find the right amount of visual space you need to display your showmanship, with a large aperture, wide-angle lens that allows for three field-of-view options selectable via Razer Synapse
It’s capable of uncompressed full HD 1080p 60FPS video, while HDR 30FPS mode ramps up the dynamic range, correcting under or over exposed areas in real-time, thus eliminating silhouetting if the subject is lit from behind. The wide-angle lens on the webcam offers a choice of three fields of view: 103°, 90° or 80°, making it perfect for video conferencing or streaming.
For both video conferencing and streaming, smooth and crystal-clear video quality under any lighting conditions is a vital part of the experience. The Kiyo Pro, with its fantastic low-light performance, is ideal for those working from home who want to impress their customers and colleagues, and for streamers wanting to entertain their audience with a bright, vibrant image,” said Alvin Cheung, Senior Vice President of Razer’s peripherals business unit.