Razer has just presented its new webcam, the Razer Kyio Pro. Aimed at gaming and teleworking, this dual personality camera has top features and an equally premium price . Are 209,99 € in stores in Portugal.
The webcam claims to have the best image quality in any lighting conditions. In fact, Razer goes so far as to state that the new webcam offers studio-quality quality for professional-level videoconferencing. We will have to confirm it.
Razer announced its new webcam. This is Kiyo Pro
The company dedicated to the gaming world gave today (23) to get to know the Razer Kiyo Pro. This is a USB camera with a high performance Adaptive Light sensor for greater fidelity. image, even in low light conditions.
The webcam combines an ultra-sensitive CMOS sensor with the company’s STARVIS technology. In this way, the Kiyo Pro camera puts image quality called professional level at the disposal of videoconferences and streaming.
The new product has a circular design and leaves the LED light ring present in the previous generation. It has a more solid body and several mounting options, either on the top edge of the monitor, or through the tripod thread.
To stream or for telecommuting, Kiyo is Razer’s new bet
The gaming brand recognizes that telecommuting is now a big part of professional life and, as such, the demand for better image quality in video calls is greater than ever. This was the motto for the presentation of the new webcam.
Recognizing that the built-in laptop cameras have no resolution nor sufficient update rates for professional-looking videoconferences. Also touching on the fact that most webcams have difficulty dealing with non-ideal lighting conditions, resulting in poor and blurred video quality that can negatively affect professional presentations, the reason for creating and presenting the new Razer Kiyo Pro has thus emerged.
Kiyo Pro solves these problems with a high performance Adaptive Light Sensor, providing a better image whatever the lighting conditions. This is the premise of the new webcam. Image excellence.
For telework conferences, or for gaming with high image quality
“In video conferencing and streaming, delivering crystal-clear video quality regardless of lighting conditions is a crucial part of the experience,” said Alvin Cheung, Senior Vice President of Razer’s peripherals business unit. “Kiyo Pro, with its fantastic low-light performance, is ideal for those who work at home and want to impress their customers and colleagues, and for streamers who want to entertain their audience with a bright and vibrant image.”
The secret to a true image
At the heart of the new Kiyo Pro is the advanced CMOS sensor 1 / 2.8 with STARVIS technology. This pixel lighting technology, used in CMOS sensors of surveillance cameras to create higher quality images in the visible and near infrared light spectrum.
Kiyo Pro is capable of FullHD 1080 pa 60 FPS without compression, for greater fidelity and image details. HDR a 30 FPS mode expands the range dynamic, correcting under- or over-exposed areas, eliminating the silhouette effect when the main object is lit from behind. It promises vibrant colors and uniform illumination throughout the image.
Kiyo Pro’s wide-angle lens offers three field of view options: 103 °, 90 ° e 80 °, which makes it suitable for videoconferences or live streams.
Razer webcam specifications
- Type from Connection : USB3.0
- Image Resolution : 2.1 MP
- Video Resolution : 1080for @ 60 / 30 / 24 FPS / 720for @ 60 FPS / 480 p @ 30 FPS / 360for @ 30 FPS
- Video Encoding : H encoder. 264
- Resolution and m Still Images : 1920 x 1080
- Customizing Image Quality Settings : Yes
- Diagonal Field of View (FOV): 103 °, 90 °, 80 °
- Type of Focus : Automatic
- Mounting Options: L-mount and Tripod mount (Not included) o)
- Cable Length: cable 1.5 meter braided
- Channels: Stereo
- Audio Encoding: 16 bit 48 KHz
- Capture pattern: Omnidirectional
- Sensitivity: – 38 dB
- PC with free USB port
- Windows® 8 (or higher)
- Internet connection
- 500 MB of free disk space
- Compatible with Open Broadcaster Software and Xsplit
The new Razer Kyio Pro webcam costs 209, 99 € in Portugal. It hits stores during the first quarter of 2021 and is now available in the online store.
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