Genius WideCam F100
The Genius WideCam F100 has specifications that compete with the best webcams in our comparison.
It can capture high-definition video and stills, and has a solid and aesthetically -pleasing design. The F100 is easy to set up, and offers versatile setup and mounting options. Additionally, it boasts an unparalleled 120-degree field of view, so you can easily move about freely in your room without worrying about leaving the frame. Although it may not be the most feature-rich webcam on the market, its impressive capture resolution and wide field of view make it a webcam worth considering. As with the Logitech HD Pro C920, the WideCam F100 can also shoot 1080p video at 30 frames per secondfps. Unlike the C920, however, the higher we pushed the framerate, the more the F100’s video became grainy and less detailed. Audio quality on the F100 never struggled, though. Voices sounded natural and clear, and background noise was a non-issue. Manual focus gives you full control over what is in focus, by simply twisting the ring around the lens. However, it doesn’t have many other features beyond this, like motion detection or face tracking. The F100’s design lets it sit on top of your computer monitor, or a flat surface, like a desk. The stand also allows the F100 to swivel up, down, right or left, giving you a bit more freedom over where you can aim at it,. Aand its lengthy 5five-foot cord gives you plenty of room to set up the F100 exactly where you want it.
- It can shoot 1080p video at 30 frames per second.
- It has a wide 120-degree field of view.
- Still image photos are 12 megapixels.
- Images appear grainy in low-light situations.
- There is no digital zoom option.
- It lacks face-tracking functionality.