If the ol’ generic webcam isn’t cutting it anymore, Razer’s newest Kiyo Pro offers the premium recording performance you may need for your WFH and streaming needs.
What sets apart the Kiyo Pro from the regular version is a new 1/2.8 CMOS sensor that comes with STARVIS technology, meaning the webcam can deliver impressive low-light performance with little graining. It’s so good that Razer has omitted the ring light that you’d find on the original Kiyo.
The Kiyo Pro can record uncompressed videos at 1080p 60FPS, while HDR is available too but at 30FPS. The latter improves image reproduction during heavy backlight situations. The camera also supports wide-angle shots of up to 103-degrees.
The Kiyo Pro offers several mounting options too, meaning you can clip it to your monitor, place it on your table, or even mount it on a tripod.
Price and availability
The Razer Kiyo Pro is priced at a RM1,149 and can be purchased via Razer’s official store.