Razer today announced the Razer Kiyo Pro, a USB webcam with a high performance adaptive light sensor that delivers unmatched image fidelity even in low light conditions. Combining an ultra-sensitive CMOS sensor with STARVIS technology, the Kiyo Pro brings a professional level of image quality to video conferencing and streaming.
Laptop built-in cameras do not have the resolution and frame rates needed for professional-looking conference calls, and most webcams struggle to withstand less than ideal lighting, resulting in poor performance. Blurry and dark video image that can impact a professional presentation. The Kiyo Pro solves these problems with a high-performance adaptive light sensor, which provides a superior image in almost any lighting condition.
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, videoconferences will have a clear and brilliant image at all times, even in typical home work lighting conditions like dark rooms, bright lighting, backlighting or just the screen lighting.
The Kiyo Pro is capable of delivering an uncompressed full HD 1080p 60FPS image, for unmatched image fidelity and detail. HDR 30FPS mode increases dynamic range, correcting on-the-fly underexposed or overexposed areas, eliminating silhouettes if the subject is backlit, for vibrant colors and even lighting, throughout the frame .
The wide-angle lens of the Kiyo Pro offers a choice of three viewing angles: 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 headshot view. or an engaging facecam window on game streams.
The webcam is available for € 209.00