Creators and streamers who want super clear image quality from their webcam should check out Razer‘s latest offering.
The Razer Kiyo Pro Ultra boasts the largest sensor ever used in a webcam: an industry-leading Sony 1/1.2″ STARVIS 2 sensor with a 2.9μm pixel size to capture more light and image data in every pixel.
To maximize the sensor’s full potential, the Kiyo Pro Ultra is fitted with a custom, ultra-large f/1.7 aperture lens that can capture almost four times more light compared to other webcams.
Furthermore, theis webcam’s cutting-edge processor can convert raw 4K 30fps (or 1080p 60fps) footage into uncompressed 4K 24fps, 1440p 30fps, or 1080p 60fps directly into your stream.
To guarantee that you’re always in focus, Razer equipped the Kiyo Pro Ultra with AI-powered Face Tracking Auto-focus. With this, your face remains sharp while the background is artfully blurred.
The webcam also comes with HDR support at 30fps and a Razer Synapse feature that lets you tweak and fine-tune your shot from a comprehensive selection of customizable settings including ISO, shutter speed, pan, tilt, and more.
The Razer Kiyo Pro Ultra is priced at $299.99 and will be available exclusively at Razer.com and RazerStores.