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Looca 4K

Looca 4K

Looca 4K Webcam with Cover and Tripod

Cheap 4K

FOV: 75 degrees | Video Resolution: 3840 x 2160 @ 30 fps | Megapixels: 8 | Focus: Autofocus

Image quality rivals Logitech c920
4K @ 30 fps
Comes with tripod and clip-on cover
Plenty of tilting range
Color can be lacking
No swivelImages appear zoomed in
Lesser known brand
Can be hard to find

At just $70, the Looca 4K webcam is one of the cheapest 4K cameras on the market, which makes it an ideal choice for people who prize quality regardless of the display resolution of the monitor. For instance, I don’t have a 4K monitor in my apartment, but that didn’t stop me from using this webcam on my FHD display to get some crisp visuals that almost rival the Logitech c920.

The big drawback here is the zoom, which focuses primarily on the face. That might actually be a plus if you’re only planning to use it for video conferences, but it’s not a great option for capturing your background.

The built-in microphone produces audio that is decently clear and loud, if a little on the sharp side. The included miniature tripod also attaches to the Looca securely, and can adjust to dozens of heights. It feels stable during use, as does the included cover, which you can attach to the camera simply by snapping it into its slots on either side of the lens.

If you don’t mind some zoom, this is easily one of the best webcams on this list. However, it can be hard to find now, since lesser known companies frequently swap out old listings with new ones.


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