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no i won't jump on it
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I did. Thanks OP
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If you have a digital camera, camcorder, or GoPro that can output HDMI, you could purchase an HDMI to USB capture card/dongle for about $11 off of ebay [ebay.com] and use it as a webcam

Youtube review [youtube.com] of the capture card.

And, here's a twitter thread [threadreaderapp.com]which goes into more technical detail about the $11 capture card
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Read the first review: Yikes.

https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-C...CDPPK?th=1
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Comparison but ignore the prices in the video: https://youtu.be/39eQcVFQPvI
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how does this compare to 922x?
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In-store pick up only, unfortunately Frown
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Read the first review: Yikes.

https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-C...CDPPK?th=1
4.5 stars and 3.9k reviews?
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If you have a digital camera, camcorder, or GoPro that can output HDMI, you could purchase an HDMI to USB capture card/dongle for about $11 off of ebay [ebay.com] and use it as a webcam

Youtube review [youtube.com] of the capture card.

And, here's a twitter thread [threadreaderapp.com]which goes into more technical detail about the $11 capture card
The downside with using a DSLR/Go pro is to make this work well you also need to buy or have:
1. A/C adapter for camera as the battery wont last all day, ~$30
2. Micro HDMI to HDMI cable, ~8
3. USB 3.0 video capture card, ~$50 - $200 [note, you can go with a USB 2.0 video capture card for $15-$30, but it reduces the video quality]
4. Camera stand, ~$20, plus a lot of clutter on your desk.
5. May have to deal with video/audio sync delay issues

The nice thing about these webcams is they come in a small form factor, mount on top of your monitor easily, and no additional accessories are required for zoom, webex, teams, skype, etc. meetings. Just plug and play.
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The downside with using a DSLR/Go pro is to make this work well you also need to buy or have:
1. A/C adapter for camera as the battery wont last all day, ~$30
2. Micro HDMI to HDMI cable, ~8
3. USB 3.0 video capture card, ~$50 - $200 [note, you can go with a USB 2.0 video capture card for $15-$30, but it reduces the video quality]
4. Camera stand, ~$20, plus a lot of clutter on your desk.
5. May have to deal with video/audio sync delay issues

The nice thing about these webcams is they come in a small form factor, mount on top of your PC easily, and no additional accessories are required for zoom, webex, teams, skype, etc. meetings. Just plug and play.
If you look at the twitter thread I linked to, the $11 capture card can output 1080p 30fps which matches the camera in the OP. The reviews also state that it has minimal delay, almost as good as the Elegato capture cards. If you need just a webcam for zoom calls, why would you buy a $200 capture card?

I use my camcorder with the $11 card and already had the micro HDMI cable, tripod and adapter. I'd rather purchase this card with the ability to use any HDMI camera as a source, versus this dedicated webcam for $100
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gone =(
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how does this compare to 922x?
No difference, one comes with a tripod & the other doesn't.
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If you have a good camera on your phone, then you can use your phone as a webcam.

There are many apps out there, which one of them:
https://www.e2esoft.com/ivcam/

or DroidCam Wireless Webcam [google.com]

or Toms Guide [tomsguide.com]
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The downside with using a DSLR/Go pro is to make this work well you also need to buy or have:
1. A/C adapter for camera as the battery wont last all day, ~$30
2. Micro HDMI to HDMI cable, ~8
3. USB 3.0 video capture card, ~$50 - $200 [note, you can go with a USB 2.0 video capture card for $15-$30, but it reduces the video quality]
4. Camera stand, ~$20, plus a lot of clutter on your desk.
5. May have to deal with video/audio sync delay issues

The nice thing about these webcams is they come in a small form factor, mount on top of your monitor easily, and no additional accessories are required for zoom, webex, teams, skype, etc. meetings. Just plug and play.


i haven't tried one no longer need to use a webcam with pc but there are apps that make a phone work as a webcam. apps are cheaper than adapters/cables or free
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