Elgato expands its line of gear for streamers and content creators with the pro-grade Facecam, along with the new Wave XLR, Stream Deck, Wave Mic Arm, and Wave Mic Arm LP.
Headlining Elgato’s announcement is the Facecam, which is billed as a premium webcam with its all-glass 24mm f/2.4 lens that is backed by a Sony Starvis sensor to deliver top-notch 1080p video at 60FPS. The sensor, which is mainly used for security cameras, is tuned for indoor lighting for conference calls, classes, or streaming.
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