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If you’re on the market for quality, it’s hard not to suggest the Logitech C910, due to it being the best webcam for Chromebook if not close. Finding a webcam that records in 1080p isn’t hard, but Logitech’s “Fluid Crystal” technology gets put to good use by offering better color recreation than others in its bracket.
The Logitech C910 takes its ability to capture in 1080p and cranks it up a few notches by adding in Logitech’s “Fluid Crystal” technology, capturing color more truer to life than other models.
Related: Have a look at the Logitech C615 review
Covering the webcam is a Carl Zeiss glass lens, with a 5MP HD sensor hiding behind it. Compared to the Logitech C615, the Logitech C910 is significantly smaller with dimensions of 3.75 x 1.25 x 1.27 inches and weight of 4.8-oz.
In crisp 1080p, the Logitech Hd Pro Webcam C910 provides sharp picture quality over standard definition. Its Fluid Crystal technology in particular provides better, more true-to-life colors. That’s on top of its quick autofocus and automatic light correction. You’re getting detailed imagery, even under low-light settings.
The Logitech C910 uses a clip-on design, shared by its brothers, like the Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920. It can keep your image stable in the moment, but over time will loosen from normal use. We recommend the use of a tripod for superior stability.
Related: Also check the Logitech C920 Pro review
Hurrah, a webcam with zoom! The Logitech C910 can digitally zoom up to 16x, which is more than three times more than the Logitech Brio 4K. Even better, dual mics capture stereo sound, with noise-cancellation for improved clarity.
While pricing might seem steep at first, given that it does downgrade during live moments, the Logitech C910 is still a fantastic webcam. Its biggest strength is that it enhances its capturing abilities, even when shooting in 720p. You’re getting the best that it offers no matter what. It’s packed with features that would otherwise be missed.
There’s a lot to like about the Logitech C910, a few gripes. Its clip-on design can be infuriating, and sure, 720p during live calls is a bit of a bummer. Outside of that, you’re always getting great picture quality due to Logitech’s built-in auto-correcting and Fluid Crystal technology. Color is this webcam’s greatest strength.