Best Webcams for Mac of 2018

If you own a Mac and wish to further enhance your streaming, conference call and chatting experience, then you should definitely get yourself a webcam. However, seeing how many different options are available, it makes it difficult to be able to determine which one is the absolute best. Whether you are looking for a webcam that is cost effective or the best that money can buy, here are a few for your consideration.

1. Logitech C930e – Price: $78.64

The Logitech C930e is a true technological marvel. The HD webcam shoots in 1080p with light detection and auto-focus capabilities. If you decide to invest in Logitech’s C930e, you will get the sharpest images possible. The webcam features a 90 degree viewing angle, which is wide enough to capture everything that happens in the background.

It is compatible with Google Hangouts, Skype and almost any other video chat service you can think of. The best part about this webcam is that it is plug-and-play, meaning you will not need to go through the hassle of installing any drivers before you get started.

For those that need a high quality webcam, they should look no further, especially since it is available at a reasonable price point, costing no more than $89.00.

2. Tandberg Precision HD – Price: $199.99

The Tandberg Precision HD starts at $195.99, which may seem a tad bit expensive for most people. But then again, it is the best you can possibly get unless you want to use a DSLR with your Mac.

What may come as a surprise is the fact that the webcam only shoots in 720p, but it does so in 30 FPS. You can expect smooth-looking video calls through and through, which will definitely keep things interesting. No drivers are required for the webcam to work, as it is plug-and-play.

Where the Tandberg Precision HD truly shines is with its internal optics. With features like optical zoom and light correction, you will never have to worry about a drop in quality ever again.

All in all, the Tandberg Precision HD is perfectly suited for those that will not shy away from paying top dollar for the best quality.

3. Logitech C310 – Price: $29.35

With a price tag that sits well under $30, the webcam will appeal to those that will not necessary want to spend an exponential sum on a webcam for their Mac. But the best thing about the Logitech C310 is that offers more or less the same quality as the C615.

With the C310 you can expect a built-in microphone with noise cancelling capabilities, ensuring you always sound clear without any distortion of any kind. It does record in HD, but only at 720p.

If you haven’t guessed it, the webcam is perfect for those that do not want to spend a lot of money on a webcam, even though they may have to deal with lower resolution video calls.

4. Logitech C920 – Price: $87.95

Predecessor to Logitech’s C930e, the webcam is quite popular, that too for good reason. The webcam records in 1080p at 30 FPS, and is compatible with Skype HD, which will result in you looking your best during Skype calls.

It has a viewing angle of 78-degrees, and has a built-in microphone with noise cancelling capabilities. During video calls, you can expect zero background noise, which will be a blessing for many.

Even after all these years, the Logitech C920 has held its ground and is considered to be the best option available to this day.

The webcam costs $87.95, and will appeal to those that want unparalleled quality at the expense of a wider viewing angle.

5. Logitech BRIO – Price: $199.99

In this day and age, 4K has become the standard format for video recording. Keeping this in mind, there is really no reason why you can’t enjoy the same experience with a webcam.

Enter the Logitech BRIO, which is an external 4K webcam that will make you look fantastic like never before. Expect crisp videos with superior image quality, along with two different viewing angles. With its two available viewing angles, you can show less or more of your surroundings, depending on the task at hand.

What sets this bad boy apart from the rest of the crowd is that it houses Logitech’s Red Light 3 with HDR technology, which ensures color correction and balance is unlike anything you have seen before. So much so, the Logitech BRIO puts all other webcams to shame.

6. Logitech C615 – Price: $26.99

The Logitech C615 is the cheapest webcam of the lot. The webcam will cost you no more than $29.95, but it will give you true value for your money, and that is a fact.

The compact webcam records in splendid 1080p, and it features a swivel mount that offers a 360-degree view, thus ensuring you find the perfect spot without breaking a sweat.

Logitech’s C615 comes equipped with a built-in microphone, and offers easy access to all available supportive software. Rest assured, this munchkin of a webcam will be easy on your pocket without leaving you craving for more.

The possibilities are endless; each and every one of the aforementioned webcam has something new or different to bring to the table. It really falls on you and your own needs and requirements in order to be able to determine which webcam will meet and exceed your expectations.

It would be wise for you to first understand the purpose for which you need a webcam in the first place. If you record videos for Twitch and YouTube, you will obviously need to stick to the more expensive webcams, like the Logitech BRIO, which records in 4K. On the other hand, if you need a webcam to make a few video calls every now and then, you can stick to the cheaper options from this list.

No matter what webcam you end up choosing, one thing is for certain, they will work well with your Mac, and you will not have to worry about configuring them manually either.


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Anas Dilshad is a Digital Marketing Expert and works with MacAppers. I love to share everything related to Mac. Feel free to ask any query about Mac at my Twitter Profile @anasdilshad1


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