Taking on the title of best webcam for Skype and best wireless webcam, the Aukey FHD Webcam gives one compelling argument. It shoots in 1080p, which is sharp and focused. It also takes out the guesswork for light correction, automatically adjusting as you go, which is a must-have for the best webcam for YouTube.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Aukey FHD Webcam\r\nThe Aukey FHD Webcam puts in the work few budget webcams do, providing high quality 1080p video resolution, solid light correction, and good stereo sound from two built-in microphones.\r\n\r\nType, Lens, Size & Weight\r\nThe Aukey PC LM1 is fairly tiny; its dimensions are 4.09 x 1.18 x 1.97 inches and weighs no more than 3 oz. It uses a prime lens type, so the focal length is fixed. Not a bad choice if you tend to move around often. Compared to the Logitech C270 Widescreen HD Webcam, it\u2019s incredibly small.\r\nResolution & Display\r\nIt\u2019s always a treat to see an affordable webcam provide great video quality at an affordable price, and the Aukey FHD Webcam manages to do just that. The two major players here are: light correction and 1080p resolution. Even under poor low lighting, it adjusts accordingly, especially when paired with whiter lights. The more expensive Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920 drops down to 720p during video calls.\r\nTripod & Image Stability\r\nTo keep the Aukey FHD Webcam steady, it uses a clip-on design. This can be fastened to your laptop or flat screen computer monitors. If not, then fold the stand and place it on flat surfaces or attach it to a tripod.\r\nOptical Zoom, Microphone, Audio & Storage\r\nLacking zoom and storage, the Aukey FHD Webcam makes up for it through its surprisingly good sound quality. This is obviously due to having two microphones on either side, picking up audio clearer than a single mic would. It\u2019s good to see a webcam considering sound quality instead of just visual.\r\nValue\r\nWhile a few features are missing\u2014like auto-focus and video compression\u2014they can largely be ignored. Video compression is good for live streaming, but shouldn\u2019t be a dealbreaker. And focus is done manually; a bit of fiddling and it\u2019ll be ready. Even considering its negatives, the Aukey FHD Webcam still manages to impress us with its performance when compared with the Logitech HD Webcam C525, which is $20 more.\r\nAukey FHD Webcam Wrap Up\r\nIf you take a bet on the Aukey FHD Webcam, you won\u2019t be disappointed. It\u2019s a fantastic workhorse for its price: great 1080p video quality, surprisingly good sound quality, and its pricing is so easy on your wallet. Its lack of auto-focus and video compression just wasn\u2019t enough to move the needle all that much.