ADVANCED CAPABILITIES FOR TRUE-TO-LIFE VIDEO CALLS
Experience video calls that are the next best thing to being there in person. Sophisticated technology in the Logitech C930e Webcam delivers clear video and sound in virtually any environment, even low-light conditions. With 1080p high-def, H.264 video compression, and a wide 90-degree field of view, C930e offers advanced webcam capabilities for superior video conferencing.
Raise meeting productivity with remarkably clear video at all times – even when bandwidth is limited. Optimized for Skype for Business, the C930e Webcam supports H.264 with Scalable Video Coding and UVC 1.5 encoding to minimize its dependence on computer and network resources.
GREAT VIDEO IN ANY ENVIRONMENT
Show your best side on every video call, wherever you are. The C930e Webcam features 90-degree field of view, pan, tilt, and 4x digital zoom, allowing you to adjust the frame to fit your environment. RightLight™ 2 Technology and a precision lens provide sharp video even in low-light conditions.
CERTIFIED FOR BUSINESS
Business-grade certifications mean you can launch your next presentation or video meeting with complete confidence. USB plug-and-play connectivity makes the C930e Webcam simple to start, easy to operate. Connect to any video conferencing application–including the ones you already use.
"Logitech has quietly become a big deal in videoconferencing."
Harry McCracken, Fast Company
"With this level of performance and a sub one thousand dollar price tag, our view is that Logitech GROUP is an enterprise conferencing no-brainer."
Ira Weinstein, Wainhouse Research
"Thanks to the growing popularity of telecommuting, more and more businesses are in need of a good video-conferencing solution, and Logitech might have just the thing to help you out."
Angela Moscaritolo, PC Magazine
"Logitech has hit on a successful formula with its ConferenceCams … this run of success looks set to continue with the new GROUP product, which beefs up the audio quality and range."
Charles McLellan, ZDNet
"Logitech takes on the big boys in videoconferencing hardware."