logitechLast fall Gizmag blogger Dave LeClair told us about Logitech’s forthcoming HD camera specifically geared towards vloggers. It’s now on the market.

“It actually integrates with a Mac’s existing webcam, so it can serve as a second perspective to bring more professional quality to live streamers and video bloggers.

“The camera also works with iPhone and iPad for controlling and previewing videos. This is designed to make it easier to take the wireless camera around the room with you and record and stream more dynamic content to your viewers. Built-in webcams are okay for some jobs, but a lightweight, portable camera can create much more diverse content and can help take your videos to another level.

“Switching between the built-in camera and Logitech’s Wi-Fi camera is done with a single button press, so it is quick and easy to switch back and forth even during live broadcasts. It is capable of recording in 720p, which should further add to the professional feel of videos created with the webcam.”


1 Comment so far

  1. Dick Jordan on August 18, 2013 1:06 pm

    Now I know what I want to ask Santa to bring me for Christmas!

    Now if you could only use two or more of these gizmos with an iPhone or iPad, you could do some really nifty “on location” live broadcasts with Ustream.

    I’d be interested in seeing if it works with Google+ Hangouts, too.

    The only downside I see is that it won’t record video at 1080P.

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