The Logitech C920s Works with a Wide Range of Platforms
I tested the C920s on both Windows and Mac computers — the camera works on all models of Windows 7 or macOS 10.6 or later. It also works with a variety of videoconferencing and video recording software, including Zoom, Skype, Camtasia and FaceTime. Images were clear, crisp and automatically focused.
Logitech also offers downloadable Windows and Mac software that provides support for multiple cameras, camera scanning frequency controls and other user experience enhancements.
The C920’s built-in microphone delivers solid audio quality under average office and cubicle conditions. The webcam includes automatic noise cancellation, which helps in an open-office setting. A headset is necessary, however, because the device does not include speakers.
Federal Users Get Large Bang for the Buck with C920s
Among Logitech’s full range of webcams, the C920 provides the most value for the money.
The more expensive C922x model includes a six-month license for XSplit video editing software.
Other models include additional features but use essentially the same optics and audio elements, so for the price, the C920s offers a comparable recording experience.
If you are concerned with audio fidelity or the best possible audio quality for your recordings or conferences, consider purchasing a separate USB microphone.
Logitech C920s HD Pro Webcam
Video: Full HD 1080p recording and calling; H.264 digital video format
Sound: Dual built-in mics
Connectivity: USB 2.0
OS: Windows, Mac, Chrome, Android 5.0 or later