Webcam review: Logitech StreamCam

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Logitech has been the go-to brand for decent quality webcam for many a year now. Their C922 has been the mainstay of many a streamer and Twitch gamer for longer than you perhaps realise.

It’s 1080p crisp display has helped make a lot of people a lot of money as streaming exploded and it’s probably about time somebody tried to knock it off its perch.

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That the company trying to do that is once again Logitech shows what a grip they have on the market already. The announcement of the StreamCam was met by muchos online excitement. Review models landed with popular streamers who gushed with praise about this new C922 beater.

Now it’s out there in the wild though, let’s have a proper look at it. Is it better? Should I upgrade if I already pack a C922? What’s changed. Let’s crack on.

System Requirements

Windows 10 or above | macOS 10.14 or above | 7th Gen Intel Core i5 or later | USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C direct connection

Recommended for 1080p 60 fps

CPU: 7th Gen Intel Core i5 Processors or later | GPU: Intel discrete Graphic card HD Graphics 620 | RAM: 8GB

Minimum for 720p 30 fps

CPU: 7th Gen Intel Core i5 Processors or later | GPU: Intel discrete Graphic card HD Graphics 510 or later | RAM: 8GB

Our Verdict


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