Razer, a leading company in the PC accessories sector, offers two new peripherals for perfect streaming, specially designed for professional youtubers. These are the Razer Kiyo camera and the Razer Seiren X microphone.
Kiyo represents the world's first desktop video camera with adjustable ring lighting. It offers an all-in-one solution, to illuminate the scene without the need for additional accessories. In particular, it offers twelve brightness levels, thanks to which ideal lighting is possible in any environment.
Allows you to shoot the scene with 720p resolution at 60 FPS, or 1080p at 30 FPS. It is compatible with Open Broadcaster Software and XSplit and pairs perfectly with Razer Seiren X, the USB condenser microphone, which features the first integrated shock mount for an all-in-one setup.
Among its strengths, its compact and portable form factor has a retro look with a modern twist. equipped with 25 mm condenser capsules, for increased recording sensitivity, also equipped with a removable support which makes it extremely portable.
The camera supports YUY2 / MJPEG or H.264 video encoding with a fixed image resolution of 2688 × 1520, with a viewing angle of 81.6 degrees. It has a 1.5m braided cable, while the 12 built-in LEDs have a color temperature of 5600K, which offer 10 Lux of brightness up to a distance of 1 meter. The microphone, on the other hand, features, among other specifications, 16bit and 48KHz audio codec with omnidirectional polar diagram and sensitivity: -38dB.
The retail price ofRazer Kiyo of 109.99, the same asRazer Seiren X which currently on offer on Amazon at 89.00. They are available directly on the manufacturer's Razerzone website. The Webcam review available on this Macitynet page.