Razer unveils its latest webcam with the Kiyo Pro



Razer has unveiled its latest addition for streamers as well as people working from home with their new webcam, the Kiyo Pro. This particular model is a USB camera with a built-in high performance adaptive light sensor to help create dynamic images, compensating even for low light conditions. This means that you can work in a regular office or live in a dimly lit room and you get a nice picture. It also comes with an ultra-sensitive CMOS sensor with STARVIS technology to help improve the picture when streaming or when videoconferencing on platforms like Zoom. You can read more about the webcam below, as it currently sells for $ 200 on the company’s website, and will arrive at select retailers before April.

A look at the Kiyo Pro mounted on the back of a monitor. Courtesy of Razer.

At the heart of the new Kiyo Pro is the advanced 1 / 2.8 type CMOS sensor with STARVIS technology. STARVIS is a backlit pixel technology, used in CMOS sensors in surveillance cameras, to create high quality images from regions of visible and near infrared light. By incorporating this technology into the Kiyo Pro, videoconferencing calls will have a consistently bright and clear image even under a wide variety of lighting conditions typical of home work such as dark rooms, harsh lighting, backlighting or simply screen lighting.

The Kiyo Pro is capable of uncompressed Full HD 1080p 60FPS resolution, for unmatched image fidelity and detail. HDR 30FPS mode increases dynamic range, correcting under or overexposed areas on the fly, eliminating the silhouette if the subject is lit from behind, for vibrant colors and even lighting, throughout the image. The wide-angle lens of the Kiyo Pro offers a choice of three fields of view: 103 °, 90 ° or 80 °, making it ideal for video conferencing or streaming. The 103 ° view is wide enough to include everyone in a group video call or allow viewers to clearly see live activity, while the 80 ° view is perfect for a professional view or an engaging facecam window on game streams.

The Kiyo Pro has a range of additional features to suit any setup and situation. With flexible mounting options for mounting a monitor, table or tripod, the Kiyo Pro can be perfectly positioned for use as a streaming camera, regardless of the space available. The wide field of view and tripod mounting make the Kiyo Pro ideal for group conference calls, and its 16-bit omnidirectional stereo microphone array ensures that all participants’ voices are heard.

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