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Depstech DW50 4K Webcam


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I recently had an expensive Logitech 1080p webcam glitching out on me with "USB device descriptor failure" and I would have to unplug and reconnect it a number of times to get it working again. Given the fact that my work requires the use of a webcam several hours every day, sometimes even more, I needed this resolved. Name-brand webcams are not cheap, and the cheap ones are about as crummy as the garbage webcams that we see on laptops. I was not interested in spending a lot on a replacement.

 

I found this one on Amazon for a reasonable price and it has been serving me well.  Depstech DW50 4K Webcam In my opinion, it is a good value. Video and audio quality are both better than the Logitech webcam it replaced.

 

 

 

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Did you already purchase this ? I know Elgato, owned by Corsair does some decent streaming gear, AKA Cams.

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